If you're wanting to upgrade your gaming setup and the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales didn't have what you were looking for, there's a one-day sale going on at Amazon today that you don't want to miss. It features laptop and desktop machines from Acer, HP, Razer, and more, as well as essential peripherals like monitors, keyboards, headsets, mics, and mice.

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Whether you want to upgrade your current rig or grab a high-spec gaming machine, this sale has got you covered. There are also essential accessories like keyboards, headsets, mics, and more from big-name brands like Razer, HyperX, and Logitech.

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Just need a straight-up gaming computer and don't want to build a desktop PC? Grab the Razer Blade 17 on sale from $1,799.99. That might seem like a lot of money, but this configuration was selling for as much as $2,500 just last month. It's equipped with an Intel Core i7-9750H processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics, a 17.3-inch FHD 144Hz display, 16GB RAM, and 512GB SSD. Today's $700 discount on it is the steepest it has ever seen. You can save on the RTX 2070 Max-Q version otoo. Desktop machines like the HP Omen Obelisk and HP Pavillion are also on sale with as much as 20% off.

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If you want a new monitor, you should check out the 24.5-inch HP Omen X 25 gaming monitor at $439.99. It's never dropped lower than today's price. It has a full HD resolution with NVIDIA G-Sync technology, a 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. Alternatively, you could go all-out on the ultra-wide 49-inch Acer EI491CR curved monitor and get fully immersed in the game. It's down to its best-ever price, so there's never been a better time.

Amazon's full sale includes everything from gaming mice to headsets, keyboards, RAM, and more. Be sure to view the full selection while it's still live, and the sooner the better as there's no telling when products will begin selling out.

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