GameStop is making a comeback outside the stock market too as the retailer looks to celebrate Spring with a sale that covers some PC accessories. Over the course of next week, you’ll see up to $40 slashed off the price of various accessories, including keyboards, mice, and gaming chairs.
The promotion is set to start on March 28 and will last until April 3. We’ve rounded up our favorites from the PC section below for you to check over.
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HyperX Alloy Origins Red Mechanical Keyboard
There’s plenty to love about the HyperX Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard. The switches are fast and precise, the RGB lighting is a joy to look at, and the aluminum body ensures this keyboard will stand the test of time. It’s also compact with USB-C and has a two-year warranty. Discounted from $110.
$90 at GameStop
HyperX Alloy Core RGB Membrane Keyboard
Membranes are still around and are a great choice for someone looking for a decent keyboard for gaming at a more reasonable price. The Alloy Core from HyperX comes rocking some neat RGB lighting effects, quiet keys with anti-ghosting, a durable frame, and some spill resistance. It’s also backed by a two-year warranty. Discounted from $50.
$45 at GameStop
Razer Level Up PC Gaming Bundle
This bundle from Razer includes the company’s excellent Viper Mini gaming mouse with an impressive sensor for accurate movements, Cynosa Lite membrane gaming keyboard, and the Gigantus v2 medium-sized mousepad. If you want some Razer gear but don’t want to buy it all separately, this is a solid choice. Discounted from $90.
$70 at GameStop
HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB Mouse
This gaming mouse is a great companion for any PC gamer. It houses a Pixart 3389 sensor that’s incredibly accurate and can support a DPI configuration of up to 16,000. There are six programmable buttons and it’s all configurable through HyperX’s NGenuity software. Discounted from $45.
$40 at GameStop
HyperX Pulsefire Core RGB Mouse
The Pulsefire Core RGB gaming mouse from HyperX has a slightly less capable Pixart 3327 sensor, but it’s still very capable in-game and supports a DPI of up to 6,200. It has a comfortable design and works with the company’s NGenuity software, much like the Pulsefire FPS Pro.
$30 at GameStop
Fear not if the prices haven’t updated over this coming weekend as the sale commences on March 28 and will last until April 3, so you will have plenty of time to act. If you need recommendations on the best mechanical keyboards or best gaming mice, we’ve got plenty of guides available right here on Windows Central.
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