Amazon Prime Day’s best computing deals: Up to 57% off

Posted: 21 June 2021 12:01 am
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Access deals of up to 57% off select computing accessories and laptops throughout the Amazon Prime Day event here.

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is a great time to upgrade, replace or invest in some new computing tech. From headsets and screen splitters to speakers, keyboards and more, there's a discounted product for every type of out computer user out there. Seize the day and take advantage of these limited-time deals.

Here are the best computing deals you can get right now:

  • 30% off Razer Kraken X Ultralight Gaming Headset: Amazon has discounted the Razer Kraken X Ultralight Gaming Headset to the tune of 30%, which brings the price down to $58.22. It boasts a lightweight frame for an easy and comfortable wear and promises to take your in-game experience to a whole new level. Buy it now
  • 30% off StarTech USB-C to HDMI MST Multi-Monitor Splitter: You can also save 30% on the StarTech USB-C to HDMI MST Multi-Monitor Splitter. Normally costing $119.88, it's now selling on Amazon for $83.01. This product is great for enhancing productivity by allowing users to connect two separate displays their existing device. Multi-tasking is about to become a breeze. Buy it now
  • 29% off StarTech HDMI Video Capture Device: If you're looking for something that will make vlogging a breeze, Amazon has the popular StarTech HDMI Video Capture Device down to $197.77. Start capturing lossless 1080p video at 60fps. Buy it now
  • 41% off Razer BlackWidow Chroma Green Switch Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: the Razer BlackWidow Chroma Green Switch Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is down to $129.00. That's a saving of 41% on the RRP of $219.95. Designed with gamers in mind, this keyboard features green mechanical switches and promises an 80 million keystroke lifespan. Buy it now
  • 35% off Logitech 4125431 Lightsync PC Gaming Speakers G560: Amazon is also selling the Logitech 4125431 Lightsync PC Gaming Speakers G560 for 35% off. Previously costing $349.95, it's now down to $229.00. It features a unique game-driven light and sound function and the light-syncing function is sure to enhance your in-game experience. Buy it now
  • 57% off Razer DeathAdder Essential Right Handed Gaming Mouse: For something that's essential to all computer-users, there's the Razer DeathAdder Essential Right Handed Gaming Mouse. It's currently selling for $24.00 - down from $79.95. That works out to a massive 57% off the RRP. So, whether you're a gamer or a working professional, grab yourself a high-performing steal during the Amazon Prime Day event. Buy it now
  • 26% off ACER Spin 1 SP111-33-C3YD: A really affordable laptop that could come in handy around the house for everything from the kid's homework to online shopping. Enjoy 26% off the ACER Spin 1 SP111-33-C3YD Laptop for a limited time only. It's now selling for $297.00 ($399.00). It comes with 64GB of storage, 4GB ROM and is perfect for light, daily usage. Buy it now

2021 is set to be the biggest Amazon Prime Day sales event ever. To get the best deals, you need an Amazon Prime membership which costs $6.99 per month. However, there's currently a free 30-day trial available if you just want access to the deals.

If you're interested in other products, be sure to check out our official shopping guide to all things Prime Day.

Don't miss Prime Day bargains! Check out all the offers in our full Amazon Prime Day guide and learn more about how Amazon Prime works.

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