Winning the game isn't all up to you. Your equipment needs to be up to spec too, and if you're a PC gamer, that means you should own a killer gaming keyboard like the Logitech G Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. This model regularly sells for $129.99, but today you can score one at Best Buy for just $79.99 thanks to the upcoming Cyber Monday sale. That's $50 off its usual cost and a deal we're not sure will last through tomorrow night as it's already sold out at Amazon.
This mechanical gaming keyboard is designed to help you win the game, from its Romer-G key switches with 1.5mm actuation to its Key Signal Processing system that can translate strokes up to 10 ms faster than the competition.
$129.99 $50 off
Logitech's G Pro is a wired mechanical gaming keyboard featuring Romer-G key switches with 1.5mm sctuation for extremely sensitive responsiveness. Its Key Signal Processing system is capable of translating strokes up to 10 ms faster than the competition to always ensure you're ahead of the others. It also features 26-key rollover capability so complex keystrokes will be accurately identified and not jumbled up leading to a game loss.
The keyboard looks amazing too, as it features RGB lightning with the ability to customize each key and over 16.8 million colors to choose. It features 84 keys, including keys for macro buttons, and a three-step angle adjustment so you can find its best angle on your desk. Its cable is 6-foot long and it connects via USB 2.0.
Shipping at Best Buy is free on orders totaling $35 or more, though you could also select free in-store pickup to recieve your item even faster.
Black Friday was a blast, but the fun's not over yet! Cyber Monday is almost here, and an array of deals like the Logitech keyboard above are already live. Make sure to visit our Cyber Monday headquarters sooner rather than later so you can catch up with the latest price drops and find others as they go live.
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