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Best gaming mouse: Find your perfect match

We put a small herd of gaming mice through their paces so you can find the best mouse for your needs.

HP Omen Mindframe

HP's self-cooling Omen Mindframe headset is just $60--a $90 discount

The HP Omen Mindframe headset earned our praises at $200, and today it's a whole lot less.

Razer Huntsman

Razer's luxurious, laser-wielding Huntsman Elite keyboard has never been this cheap

The Razer Hunstman Elite is just $160 right now on Amazon.

Razer Nari Ultimate

The rumbly Razer Nari Ultimate headset will rock your world for $70 off

The Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless started at $200 and is currently $130 at Amazon.

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Razer's awesome Basilisk X HyperSpeed wireless mouse is a steal at $40

Amazon is selling Razer's Basilisk X HyperSpeed for $20 off its usual price.

Sennheiser GSP 370

Sennheiser GSP 370 review: A wireless headset that lasts for 100 hours—that's all you need to know

Sure, it's kind of ugly—but Sennheiser's new GSP 370 wireless headset sounds great, and it lasts for weeks on a single charge. What else do you need, really?

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Best gaming keyboards: Our picks for the top budget, mid-tier, and RGB boards

We sifted through the latest and greatest mechanical keyboards to come up with our top recommendations.

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Superb Razer gear is dirt cheap in Amazon's 24-hour PC gaming sale

Amazon's one-day PC gaming sale offers some serious deals on Razer gear with many items hitting an all-time low.

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4K HDMI cables: How to cut through the marketing lingo and figure out what you actually need

You probably don’t need to buy a HDMI cable to go with your new TV, but here’s how to tell for sure.

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Get all the Corsair PC gaming gear you'll ever need for a flat $100

Best Buy is selling a Corsair gaming peripherals bundle for just $100 that includes a keyboard, mouse, mousepad, and headset.

Logitech G502 Hero

Our favorite gaming mouse for everyone is cheaper than it's ever been

The Logitech G502 SE Hero is just $33 at Dell.

Corsair Virtuoso RGB SE

Corsair Virtuoso RGB SE review: Finally a fancy headset to match the rest of Corsair's hardware

Corsair's new Virtuoso RGB SE doesn't sound quite as good as it looks, but it looks really damn good. If nothing else, it's a much-needed alternative to Corsair's cheap Void line.

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Razer's awesome DeathAdder Elite is ridiculously cheap at $30 on Amazon

The Razer DeathAdder Elite is one of the best selling gaming mice and today it is available at a fantastic price.

Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero

Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero review: This wireless Elite Atlas is better in every way except price

Turtle Beach's wireless take on the Elite Atlas improves on the original with built-in controls, software-side support, and more. At twice the price though, this upgrade doesn't have the same breakout appeal.

Xbox Elite Controller Series 2

Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 review: More of the same, but better

With a rechargeable battery and Bluetooth support, the redesigned Elite Controller Series 2 is Microsoft's most convenient wireless controller to date.

Cooler Master MK850

Cooler Master MK850 review: Don't throw away your controller just yet

Cooler Master's MK850 keyboard integrates analog controls to replicate using a controller, but the experience is far from seamless, like a neat tech demo that's not yet a fully realized product.

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The classic Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury gaming mouse is just $26

Target is selling the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury gaming mouse for more than 50 percent off and $10 less than its usual sale price.

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Best Budget Keyboards for Gamers and Professionals October 2019

Check out the latest and best budget keyboards on the market, that are ideal for gamers and professionals, including brands such as Logitech, HP, and Dell.

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