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Amazon Prime Day is a big, unwieldy sort of day, but it’s typically a great day to stock up on PC accessories, themselves a big, unwieldy sort of category. There’s always room to tinker with your PC setup, and outside of Black Friday, this is an excellent time to do so. Let’s take a look at Prime Day deals on gaming monitors, mice, headsets and keyboards for example: I’m not trying to be comprehensive, because there’s a ton to work with here.
First I’ll pull out a few options for monitors, and then share some of the best individual deals I’ve seen so far. These include deals for a mouse, keyboard and headset. For more Amazon Prime Day tips, you can see our list of all the best Prime Day deals that went live this morning.
The Best Prime Day Gaming Monitor Deals
LG 34GL750-B 34 Inch 21: 9 Ultragear Curved Wfhd (2560 X 1080) IPS 144Hz G-SYNC Compatible Gaming Monitor
A solid $100 on a capable 34-inch curved gaming monitor. Higher-end monitors in this category can easily push 4 figures, but this is a decent option with a solid 144 HX refresh rate and HDR.
BenQ EW2780U 27 inch 4K Monitor | IPS Multimedia with HDMI connectivity | HDR
That’s a steep discount on a solid monitor. HDR, and 4K for $399 is a great price, and it’s even got some other bells and whistles like integrated speakers and custom audio modes. Most people will just wind up using separate speakers, of course, but perhaps it’s nice to know they’re there?
ALIENWARE AW3420DW NEW Curved 34 Inch WQHD 3440 X 1440 120Hz, Monitor, Lunar Light
Here’s that high-end ultrawide monitor, so it’s not going to be cheap no matter how deep a sale you’re getting. But you are getting a good sale: the little widget up there is currently reading $1029, but it’s actually all the way down at $849 at the time of this writing, which is a massive discount on a high-end monitor. I went ultrawide a little while ago and have never looked back.
The Best Prime Day Gaming Mouse Deal
Razer DeathAdder v2 Gaming Mouse: 20K DPI Optical Sensor
This is the mouse I am currently using, and I’ve got say, it’s a great mouse. It’s a solid, dependable little mouse with two programmable buttons on the side that should be more than enough for most gaming needs. My only issue with it has been a little piece of rubber on the side that has a habit of falling off, but glue can remedy this. At $55.99 it’s not a giant discount, but it’s about as good as you see on these sorts of things.
The Best Prime Day Gaming Keyboard Deal
Razer Huntsman Elite Gaming Keyboard
A mechanical keyboard can up your work and gaming experiences in innumerable ways, not the least of which can be the ability to seriously annoy all the people around you with loud clicking. But they’re also great, tactile, responsive and satisfying, and the Razer Huntsman Elite is a well-respected gaming device. At $169, it’s a solid price.
The Best Prime Day Gaming Headset Deal
EPOS Sennheiser GSP 300 Gaming Headset with Noise-Cancelling Mic
Sennheiser is my go-to headset manufacturer for solid audio quality and generally reliable construction. 20% is a decent enough discount to jump into it, so if you need a headset, this one is a great option at a pretty affordable price point.