12 offers on gaming equipment and video games: headsets, mice, keyboards

This year, the holidays shipping times are going to be tighter than ever. WIRED will cover everything Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday, but we’re keeping our eyes peeled for early bird discounts on the proven gear we love so you can make sure your loved ones receive their freebies. on time. This week we have seen a lot of price drops on video games and gaming accessories.

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Gaming Peripherals Deals

Logitech G Pro X

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This is the lowest price ever on any of our favorite wired gaming headsets. Seems like it’s not made for gamers, which can be a good thing, but it works with all consoles and PCs. The soundstage is expansive and the microphone was designed with help from Blue (the creators of the popular Blue Yeti USB pickups).

This mouse was crossed off our list of the best gaming mice, but it’s still a solid choice. It’s very responsive and the cordless design means no cords will get in your way. There are also several buttons around it for you to create custom shortcuts and macros, and Razer’s signature RGB lighting makes the whole look aesthetically pleasing. This is one of the best discounts we’ve followed, just $ 10 more than the lowest we’ve seen for the mouse. You can also hang the standard Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed for $ 35 ($ 25 off)– it could be a better deal if you don’t care about tons of onboard buttons or absolute lowest latency.

The Apex Pro lets you adjust the mechanical switches on each key, allowing for faster response times and a more personalized typing experience. It also offers tons of customizable color options and a small OLED display that shows system alerts, volume, and other settings you can change in SteelSeries software. It’s only $ 5 more than the lowest price we’ve ever had.

The Razer Blade 15 is one of our favorite gaming laptops, and this edition gives you some extra bells and whistles in the same form factor. It features a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 512GB solid-state storage, 16GB RAM, and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 GPU. We’ve seen slightly better deals on this model, but it’s still the one. one of its lowest prices in recent months.

This super-fast NVMe drive is ideal for almost any gaming PC. It has super-fast read and write speeds, so you can expect fast load times in your games. A few of us on the WIRED Gear team were impressed with this disc (it will be added to our How to Build a PC guide soon!). For more storage, the The 2TB model is also scaled down. Both are at the lowest prices we’ve seen.

Video game offers

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This offer is $ 2 more than one of the lowest prices we’ve seen for this game. It’s for a physical copy. Breath of the wild isn’t the most recent title, but it’s easily one of the best Nintendo Switch games around – it’s especially a staple on the new OLED Switch.

This includes Final Fantasy Adventure, Secret of Mana, and Mana trials in one package. It’s a good gift for anyone who loves SNES or these titles, but really, everyone should play these games at least once. The offer is a low price that we have seen a few other times.

This game has plunged into this price before, but it’s still a steal. Kingdom Hearts III has great reviews on the net. Maybe you are feeling inspired after the recent announcement that Sora will be the last character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, or maybe you are considering winter hibernation with limited entertainment options. Either way, it’s a great way to kill time.

Street style meets storytelling in this recent release which takes place in Shibuya, Tokyo. Your objective is to solve a game within a game by exploring your surroundings and conquering negative emotions. Sounds like a good time to us.

Building your own PC is basically the opposite of free, but right now this simulator doesn’t cost a dime. This is a great tool for determining your rig setup before actually putting it together. It uses real-world components to teach you both how to build a desktop computer and how to solve potential obstacles. Pair it with PC Parts Selector and our guide on how to build a desktop computer and you should be up and running in no time.

For those unfamiliar with it, Humble Bundle offers a “pay what you want” structure with different organized play sets. Part of the profits is donated to charity. This week’s pack helps support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and features a few different PC games that coincide with their board game counterparts. Spend a few extra dollars to get even more game downloads (like Carcassonne in the $ 9 package.)

The unique gameplay mechanics and spooky setting make it one of the best games of 2019, but it’s still a great title to try out if you’ve never had the chance. The story is surprisingly deep, and did I say you have Jedi-type telekinesis powers?

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