Vertux, a gaming brand designed in Dubai, is finally coming to the Philippines to offer its lineup of quality gaming gear at very competitive prices.


The Tantalum uses Outemu Blue switches for fast actuation and tactile feedback with an audible sound. It also features 100% anti-ghosting and customizable RGB lighting on a spectrum of 16.8m colors. It’s your perfect durable and reliable gaming buddy and is rated for 50 million keystrokes.

Featuring six customizable modes, Tungsten is a mechanical gaming keyboard with Blue mechanical switches and also uses a wrist rest, so you can play all you want without fatigue. It also has dedicated multimedia controls for on-the-go adjustment while gaming.

Raidkey is a 104-key keyboard with blue mechanical switches for the parades itself as the ultimate gaming keyboard which features blue mechanical switches for that tactile and responsive feel that gamers look for.

Then teeVendetta is a keyboard-mouse combo that offers ergonomic design and programmable macro keys. It also uses GX rubber dome switches and features RGB lighting with 9 modes for a more immersive gaming experience.

Mouse and Mousepad

Cobalt has 6 programmable buttons for easier customization and lets you score an advantage with high-tracking accuracy and up to 4800DPI. Sporting classic white and black colors, Dominator and Drago offer four on-the-go DPI settings, while the Sensei, a USB-powered gaming mouse, boasts up to 3200 DPI, LED backlights, and comfy to use buttons.

Vertux Glider is a pro-gaming mousepad with 2.4G wireless transmission technology for lag-free gaming. Vertux Fluxpad boasts optimized low resistance anti-friction slim LED technology that gives you greater tracking performance and superb precision.


The Havana is a gamer’s dream, thanks to its powerful high-density 50mm speakers to let you hear every detail even in the most intense situations. This unrivaled sound quality is paired with seven Rainbow colors which you can control. The Denali, on the other hand, offers a one-touch on/off button and a high-grade microphone to ensure clear conversations between teams.

Vertux Malaga and Manila pack 40mm speaker drivers for perfect competitive gaming sessions, while the Extent is a 3-in-1 headset stand that can make any gaming table look classier with its built-in mouse bungee, USB ports, and LED lights.


Vertux Sphere is a high-grade professional gaming microphone with cardioid polar pattern that picks up voice from the front while also eliminating noise from other directions. You may also adjust the microphone to suit the best angle with a swivel 360-degree head and foldable anti-slip tripod stand.

Included in its Streamer series is the Vertux Streamer-3 and Streamer-2 – both offer standout performance with their easy-tilt mics and a cool LED backlight. The Anti-vibration Vertux Vertumic-1 minimizes interference, making your voice richer for recording, voice calls, and streaming.

Wireless Speakers

Vertux SonicThunder-50 Speaker
Vertux SonicThunder-50

The Rumba is a water-resistant speaker with “AuraSync” LED lights for a dazzling display that enhances any gaming setup. Vertux SonicThunder-50, on the other hand, supports Bluetooth 5.0 and has two 10W satellite speakers and a 30W subwoofer that brings rich, accurate audio needed for high-performance gaming.

Cooling Pads

Vertux Glare Cooling Pad
Vertux Glare

Vertux Glare brings robust cooling technology with a fan speed controller for optimum performance based on your needs. It also has an LED screen and rainbow lights in a sturdy aluminium design that can carry up to 17″ laptops.

Vertux is available in select retail store nationwide and in their official stores at Shopee, Lazada, Zalora, and Grab. For Vertux’s full catalogue, you may visit or reach Vertux via Viber, Facebook, and Instagram for the latest updates and promos.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.