Amazon Prime Day 2021: Best deals on gaming laptops, keyboards and more
- The Amazon Prime Day 2021 sale will kick off on July 26.
- The e-commerce giant will offer discounts and offers across a wide range of gaming products including laptops, keyboards and headphones.
- Here are some of the best deals you can get during the sale on gaming laptops, keyboards, mice and headphones.
AdvertisementThe Amazon Prime Day 2021 sale is almost here, and the company has started teasing discounts and offers across a wide range of products ahead of the sale. Amazon hosts the Prime Day sale every year and it is one of the biggest sales from the e-commerce giant.
The Prime Day 2021 sale will include offers on a wide range of gaming products such as laptops, keyboards, mice and headphones. In addition to discounts, the e-commerce giant has also announced an instant discount of 10% for HDFC Bank debit and credit card users.
Here are some of the best gaming products that will be available in the Amazon Prime Day 2021 sale.
Asus TUF Gaming F15
The Asus TUF Gaming F15 is priced at ₹1,16,990 and is available for ₹76,990 during the Prime Day 2021 sale. It features a 15.6-inch Full HD 144Hz display and is powered by a 10th-gen Intel Core i7- 10870H processor coupled with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics. It comes with 8GB RAM and a 512GB SSD.
Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3
The Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 is originally priced at ₹71,712 and is currently available for ₹54,990. It features a 15.6-inch Full HD IPS LED display and is powered by the 10th-gen Intel Core i5-10300H processor coupled with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics. It is equipped with 8GB RAM and a 1TB HDD. It features Dolby Audio support for an immersive gaming experience.
Corsair K55 RGB Pro
If you are looking for a gaming keyboard with RGB, the Corsair K55 RGB Pro is a good option and is available for ₹3,599 during the sale. It comes with six dedicated macro keys and is IP42 water and dust resistant. The keyboard comes with a detachable palm rest and dedicated volume and media keys.
The Redragon K551 is a good option if you are looking for a mechanical gaming keyboard and is currently available for ₹2,899. It comes with Cherry MX Red equivalent Linear switches and features 19 lighting effects. The keyboard comes with durable metal-abs construction.
The Logitech G102 gaming mouse comes with 6 programmable buttons and customisable RGB lighting. It offers five programmable DPI options between a range of 200 to 8,000 which can be customised using the Logitech G Hub. The mouse comes with a metal spring button tensioning system. It is currently available for ₹1,545.
The Logitech G402 gaming mouse comes with 8 programmable buttons and is built using lightweight materials, making it easier to use it. It comes with four DPI settings ranging from 250 to 4,000, allowing you to pick the option that is most useful for you. It features the Hyperion Arm processor for reliable speed tracking and is currently available for ₹1,995.
Cosmic Byte GS430
The Cosmic Byte GS430 gaming headphone is a good option if you are looking for a gaming headphone and is currently available for ₹849. It is equipped with a high-precision neodymium driver that delivers crystal clear sound. It comes with a flexible noise cancelling microphone and ergonomic soft earmuffs for a comfortable gaming experience.
Redgear Cosmo 7.1
The Redgear Cosmo 7.1 is currently available for ₹1,899 as part of the sale. It offers hardware-driven 7.1 surround sound, enabling you to find your enemy’s precise location. It is equipped with a built-in noise cancelling microphone and features noise-isolating memory foam pads.
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