Friday is the worst day in the world for your wallet. The weekend is coming, you are happy, you come upstairs, and on top we come and we plant our Hunting bargains with the best offers of PC Gaming and televisions for you to renew your battle station. If that is how you cannot save.
Headphones and microphones
- Logitech G Pro X for 99,99 dollars. We started strong with these headphones with surround sound and Blue Voice microphone. I analyzed them in their day to Engadget And it didn’t take long for me to buy some, so yes, you could say that I highly recommend them.
Logitech G PRO X – Auriculares para Gaming con Blue VO!CE, USB, Negro
- Blue Microphone Yeti for 139,99 dollars. We continue to bingo without changing the brand and we bring you a drop in the price of the microphone par excellence. It falls from 180 dollars, so it is a good time to go for it.
- SteelSeries Bears 1 for 81,19 dollars. We return to helmets with two similarly priced SteelSeries options. The first are these wireless helmets for PCs and consoles that come from moving between 115 and 120 dollars.
- SteelSeries Bears 5 for 85,89 dollars. The second, by cable but with very good looking, are these with lighting and sound DTS Headphone X that have been jumping from the 80s and lengths to the 135 for a good season.
- Auriculares Plantronic RIG 400 for 35,52 dollars. Turn to somewhat more affordable options that have been falling from 50 dollars in recent days. It seems like a good time to give it a go if you like its design.
- Razer Nari Ultimate con Base Station Chroma for 234,80 dollars. A combo that will leave you the desktop made a brush, the Razer Nari with THX audio technology and the support base with RGB lighting and three USB 3.0 ports to charge your gadgets. It has recently fallen from 265 dollars.
- Lenovo Legion Y540 for 1.099,99 dollars. The panorama of laptops this week looks pretty good and has drops to take into account like those of this 15.6-inch screen with 144Hz. Mount an i7 with 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD and a 6GB Nvidia RTX2060 for a price that has reached around 1,300 dollars.
Lenovo Legion Y540 – Portátil Gaming 15.6″ FullHD 144Hz (Intel Core i7-9750H, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Nvidia RTX2060-6GB, Sin Sistema Operativo), Negro – Teclado QWERTY español
- Asus ROG SW M15 for 1.449 dollars. Asus isn’t short on gadgets and deals either, like this 15.6-inch 240Hz i7 that features 16GB of RAM, a 1TB SSD, and the 6GB NVIDIA RTX2060. You will lack games to play, but you will have plenty of power.
- Lenovo Legion 7 for 1.989 dollars. With Lenovo we stay in that line of 16 inches FullHD and Hz to have plenty of frames. In its guts we have an Intel Core i7-10750H processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q 8GB, but not an operating system. Note that a couple of days ago it was at a gold price of 2,700 dollars.
- MSI GE66 for 1.799,99 dollars. The last proposal is also a 15.6-inch laptop with a FullHD screen, but in this case we are going for a mix of i7, a pair of 16 GB RAM plates, 1 TB SSD and the GeForce RTX 2070 Super. Barefoot you are not going to go with such an option, of course, and to play everything current in Ultra you have more than enough.
- MAK Office I for 596,20 dollars. The desktop panorama is somewhat lame this week, but that does not prevent us from finding good offers like this PC Gaming in micro tower, ideal for the living room, which comes from around 640 dollars. For those who want to throw the entertainment, gaming and streaming center without eating too much of the jar or getting canine.
MAK Office I – Desktop computer RYZEN 5 3400G 4.20 GHz, SSD 240 GB + HDD 1 TB, RAM 8 GB 3200 MHz, gaming computer, Windows 10 Pro
- Asus S425MC for 579,99 dollars. We continue with affordable options that will allow us to play without great fanfare but also at a low price. Here we have AMD Ryzen 5 2400G, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD in which to store your games to enjoy them with the Radeon RX Vega 11.
- HP Envy Desktop for 899,99 dollars. Another option with which not to ruin ourselves and to be able to play without too many complications is this combo of i7, 16GB of RAM, 1TB SSD and the GTX 1650 SUPER to be able to play titles like Forza Horizon above 75 fps.
- MSI Vortex for 2.725 dollars. On the other side of the room, kilometers away in possibilities, we have this other designer desktop that comes from having a good season above 3,000 dollars. An i7-9700 with 32GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 1TB HDD, and the Nvidia Quadro P4200. In case you are looking for a NASA gadget instead of a computer to play with.
- Razer Huntsman Elite y Goliathus Extended Chromthe dust 219,98 dollars. In the accessories category we started the sale round with this Razer optomechanical switch gaming keyboard and a matching Razer mouse pad. The pack has come to cost almost 300 dollars, but normally it is for about 260 dollars.
Razer Huntsman Elite – Gaming Keyboard, Fast Keyboard, Razer Optomechanical Switches + Goliathus Extended Chroma – Soft Gaming Mouse Pad
- Razer Mamba Elite for 64,99 dollars. We continue with Razer to stop at their offer of the Mamba Elite, a gaming mouse with 9 programmable buttons, 16,000 dpi sensor and RGB lighting. You have to travel until last Christmas to find it below this price. Normally it is close to 80 dollars.
- Trust Gaming GXT 940 for 37,99 dollars. Another gaming mouse, this time a bit cheaper thanks to the fact that this Trust option with 8 programmable buttons and RGB lighting comes from 50 dollars.
- Diablo X-Horn for 249,99 dollars. For those looking for a gaming chair with a reclining back, adjustable cushions and a leather cover. Until recently it was for almost 290 dollars and has very good valuations, so it is a good time to approach it.
Monitors and TVs
- Samsung QLED 4K 2021 for 1.399 dollars. We start with this offer of the last batch of Samsung TVs this year. Until a few days ago it was for 1,800 dollars, so if you are looking for a 65-inch TV with Quantum HDR 10+ and the possibility of even making video calls from the TV, it is worth stopping to take a look.
Samsung QLED 4K 2021 65Q70A – 65 “Smart TV with 4K UHD Resolution, QLED 4K Processor with Artificial Intelligence, Quantum HDR10 +, Motion Xcelerator Turbo +, OTS Lite and Integrated Alexa
- LG 75 “4K for 865,99 dollars. More inches, but for considerably less, we find in this 75-inch LG with 4K UHD resolution, Ultra Surround Sound and HDR10 Pro. It falls from 900 dollars and has an excellent collection of user ratings.
- Acer Predator XB273GX for 414,99 dollars. In the field of monitors we have this Acer of 27 inches and Full HD resolution that has 240 Hz, Nvidia G-Sync, 400 nits and 1 ms of response. It comes from moving between 800 and 500 dollars.
- Asus TUF Gaming for 349,98 dollars. Watch out for this 280 Hz monster that will allow us to have a 24.5-inch FullHD screen with HDR in which to play with the highest image speed but without leaving your salary in the process.
- Samsung 34″ Ultrawide for 599,98 dollars. If you are looking for a curved QHD ultra-wide that you can take advantage of to play and work, beware of this one that comes from moving above 700 dollars.
- Lenovo Legion Y27gq-20 for 480,99 dollars. In Lenovo they take the resolution a little further with this QHD with G-Sync Pro, 165Hz and 1 ms of response and almost borderless screen. It also comes with integrated speakers.
- Millenium MD49 DQHD for 999,98 dollars. Finally we close with this Millenium screen with 49 inches of DQUHD resolution, 120Hz curved screen and HDR10. A few weeks ago it was for 1,200 dollars, so it seems a good time to approach it if you are looking for an ultra-panoramic at a good price.
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