Razer, the viperous black-and-green gaming peripheral giant, has just put a whole bunch of its products on sale for Amazon’s Gaming Week. We’re talking some of the best gaming keyboards, mice, and headsets on the market today. And these aren’t small discounts either. These are on offer on Amazon’s UK site, but you might be able to find some Razer products (like the Basilisk X Hyperspeed) on offer in the US, too.
Whether it’s the sleek, snakey designs that catch your eye, clicky Cherry MX switches, or simply the tried and tested stamp of quality that Razer’s name affords its products, there’s something in here for every PC gamer. Deals span across Razer Viper Ultimate, Basilisk X Hyperspeed, and Mamba Elite gaming mice, through various Kraken and Nari headsets, and finish with the glorious BlackWidow mechanical gaming keyboard.
The discounts are up to a third off, with the most significant sales being on the Razer Viper Ultimate wireless gaming mouse, down from £169.99 to £103.99 (a massive 39% saving!), and the Razer Nari wireless gaming headset, down from £149.99 to £99.99.
There are plenty of choices both for those on a budget and those with a little more to spend, too. For instance, on the budget end, you can pick up the Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed wireless gaming mouse for £39.98, £20.01 (33%) cheaper than its MSRP. This is one that’s also on offer in the US, down $10 (17%) from $59.99 to $49.99.
On the upper end, you can get a Razer Basilisk Ultimate wireless gaming mouse for £120.99, £69 (36%) cheaper than its MSRP.
These sales will only run from now until 23.59 BST / 15:59 PT / 18:59 ET on August 26, so we recommend picking up anything you might want while you have the chance! Now might be a great time to get the Basilisk X Hyperspeed if you’re looking for what is, at this price, a cheap gaming mouse – or it might be a great time to take the plunge into the wonderful world of mechanical keyboards with the Razer BlackWidow (2019). Don’t forget to keep an eye out for more discounts when the Black Friday deals arrive.
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