The Roccat Kone Pro Air is one of our favorite gaming mice, not only because it has outlandish, semi-transparent LED buttons, but because of its deeply satisfying click action. If you’re the kind of person to get an emotional high from clicky mechanical keyboards, then this mouse will pair well with your sensory palate.
Highly customizable mice can be powerful tools for gaming (or for work) and while the Razer Basilisk Ultimate has cycled off our list of best gaming mice, it remains a solid option. It has 11 programmable buttons, a comfortable ergonomic design, and a highly sensitive optical sensor.
There’s no more stylish way to streamline your productivity—or if you’re a streamer, your broadcasts—than with a customizable command deck. The Elgato Stream Deck is one of the most popular tools for this, with 15 programmable LCD-illuminated buttons that can be customized to launch certain apps, run scripts, or integrate directly with the apps you’re using. It’s rare that the Stream Deck drops to a price this low, so it’s a great time to grab one.
Giant keyboards with an excessive number of extra keys had their day. Now, it’s all about compact boards, like this 60 percent keyboard, the Razer Huntsman Mini. This is one of our favorite mechanical keyboards for gaming, thanks to its compact size, RGB backlighting, and satisfyingly clicky keys.
When you think “gaming hardware,” your mind might not immediately jump to routers, but if you play online, perhaps you should. This router from Netgear supports Wi-Fi 6 and comes with an impressive array of advanced tools that can help players get their ping times down and allocate bandwidth not just to the device they’re playing on, but even to the specific game they’re playing.
If you spend any time watching streamers on Twitch, you’ve seen this microphone before. It’s one of the more popular USB condenser microphones, and for good reason. Not only does it pick up stellar vocal audio like other condenser mics, but it has built-in LEDs to light up that striking red column, which might be why so many streamers flock to it.
This WIRED-favorite office chair is comfortable and cooling. The adjustable armrests and seat angles ensure an ergonomic experience, and the lumbar support prevents lower back pain during hours-long gaming sessions. Mavix doesn’t hold sales very frequently, so grab this one while it’s still available.
PC Game Deals
Every month, PlayStation Plus doles out a few free games, plus discounts on countless others. Over the course of a year, this subscription can pay for itself even at its normal price of $60 a year. Of course, it regularly goes on sale for less than that—like right now, when you can top off your membership for just $40.
Stream your games this holiday with this capture card. Just plug it into your PlayStation and run it to your PC or Mac, and you’ll be able to show off your gameplay in 1080p at 60 frames per second.
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The SteelSeries Arctis 1 is one of our favorite inexpensive wireless headsets. It comes with a collection of dongles that let it pair wirelessly with PlayStation consoles, the Nintendo Switch, and most phones. While you can also pair it via Bluetooth, you’ll get fewer latency issues with the adapters. Also worth noting, the Xbox and PlayStation branded versions of this headset are identical, so be sure to check both listings for availability.
Need to expand storage to fit more games on your PlayStation 5? This is a small deal, but this 1-terabyte solid state drive will do the trick. If you prefer an internal SSD, then the 2-TB WD_Black SN850 NVMe is also on sale for $320 ($40 off). We have details on how you can install it right here.
The Astro A50 is one of our favorite wireless gaming headsets, particularly because of its charging base station. While the A40 doesn’t have the latter feature, it’s also a third of the price, so it’s hard to pass up. This version is wirelessly compatible with PlayStation consoles, but there are also models compatible with Xbox and PC.
You can’t do much better than this HyperX gaming headset if you want an ultra-cheap way to communicate in-game with your fellow squadmates. The mic is pretty good, the audio comes through clean, and it’s comfortable enough for long gaming marathons.
PS5/PS4 Game Deals
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