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The Best Prime Day deals 2022 live: Surface, PC, gaming, Xbox, and more picks still available right now

Laptops, PC gear, games, and all the Prime Day must-haves still avialable

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Well, the Prime Day deals event may have ended officially, but... it kinda hasn't for some brands. Yes, Amazon has rocketed all of its own homemade devices back up to full MSRP, but we're seeing plenty of other post-Prime Day deals keeping things going at Amazon. And, don't tell Jeff, but some items are even cheaper today and don't require Prime membership.

We're quickly going through yesterday's deals and working out what's still running its Prime Day deal price (or even cheaper) in our live blog below. Plenty of other retailers are riding the summer sales wave too right now, so we'll call out big bargains as and when we see them.

We're paying particular focus to all things Windows PC, Xbox, and general tech. We've spent the last few days hunting down and highlighting the biggest and best deals on laptops, PC components, and accessories, alongside Xbox games, Series X|S consoles, headsets, and much more. 

This space will include highlights from our hubs on the best Prime Day laptop deals and best Prime Day monitor deals, alongside our top picks from Xbox and gaming sales over the period. You can check all the best offers below, with curated highlights of the Prime Day must-haves for any tech lover.

Prime Day deals: Our top picks right now

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Save up to 20% on ASUS PC parts and components at Amazon

ASUS is best known for its PC hardware, making components like motherboards, graphics, and power supplies, all crucial to build a PC. Prime Day has introduced sizeable savings on various ASUS components, with up to 20% off key parts of what could be your dream PC. The coming two days could be an ideal opportunity to invest in your next PC build, dropping parts from reputable brands to some of their lowest-ever prices.

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Save up to 60% on Razer PCs, headphones, and peripherals at Amazon

Gaming peripherals maker Razer has discounted dozens of its best-rated products this Prime Day, with up to 60% off popular laptops, headphones, and PC gaming accessories. Deals include popular picks like the slimline Razer Book 13, best-selling keyboards like the BlackWidow and Huntsman series, and the Basilisk mouse family. We’ve rounded up some of the best Razer gaming deals this Prime Day, rounding up an extensive list of price cuts on Razer products this week.

Xbox Series X|S Seagate Storage Expansion Card

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Xbox X|S storage expansion card | £164.99 (was £254.99)

The Xbox Seagate Storage Expansion Card is the most seamless way to get more storage for the best Xbox games. The card supports the same SSD speeds and technology featured inside the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, so you won't see any dropoff in performance from titles storage on the external drive. Right now, you can get the Seagate Expansion Card for the Xbox Series X or S for £164.99, which is down from the normally high cost of £254.99. Our Seagate Xbox Storage Expansion Card review provides more insight that should help you decide if the SSD is right for you.

Razer Turret mouse and keyboard for Xbox

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Razer Turret | $169 (was $250) 

Gaming with a mouse and keyboard on Xbox consoles hasn't always been easy. That changed with the Razer Turret and other Xbox Series X and S keyboards rolled out. The Razer Turret features a retractable magnetic mouse mat and an ergonomic wrist rest to make it comfortable for use on a lap. It even has a dedicated Xbox key to summon the Xbox dashboard. On Prime Day, you can pick up the Razer Turret for 40% off, which brings it down to $150. If you're looking to play some  Xbox mouse and keyboard games, this deal is worth checking out.

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Surface Pro 8|£850 off (UK)

The Surface Pro 8 is Microsoft's flagship 2-in-1. It features a 13-inch PixelSense display and runs on an 11th Gen Intel Core paired with Intel Iris Xe graphics. The Surface Pro was the device that kicked off the convertible PC trend over ten years ago, and Microsoft has had a decade to refine the design, which shows. In our Surface Pro 8 review, our executive editor called the device "basically perfect." Right now, you can save up £350 on the Surface Pro 8 during Prime Day. There are discounts on all models, but the bigger bargains are on the models with 128GB or 256GB of storage.

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ASUS PC parts | up to $100 off

Amazon Prime Day is an excellent time to purchase parts for building your own PC or upgrading your system. There are sales on power supplies, Wi-Fi cards, and more throughout the event. ASUS has discounts of up to 20% off on various parts at the moment, offering savings of up to $100.

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Razer Kraken Kitty | $124.20 (was $150)

Razer makes some of the best gaming headsets, and some of those devices even let you look like an adorable kitty cat. The Razer Kraken Kitty V2 features two built-in cat ears on a pink frame. Don't let the adorable headset fool you, it isn't just for looks. The Razer Kraken V2 has 7.1 surround sound and an in-line digital audio controller. On Amazon Prime Day, you can pick up the kitty version fo $124.20, which is $25 off its normal price. Earlier during the event, the headset was discounted by $50, so if you're interested, it's best to act quickly.

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Halo Infinite | $34.99 (was $59.99)

The latest entry of the Halo franchise may not be infinitely discounted, but you can save 42% on the title during Prime Day. A digital code for the Standard Edition of Halo Infinite is down to $35 (normally $59.99). As the latest entry to the Halo saga, Halo Infinite features tight gunplay, new weapons, and a grappling hook mechanic. The semi-open world of the game also provides new avenues for exploration.

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Discounted graphics cards on Prime Day from AMD or NVIDIA 

GPU prices have ballooned during the global chip shortage, so you're not going to save a ton on the best graphics cards on Prime Day. That being said, you're able to pick some up for around MSRP, which would have been unheard of a few months ago. We rounded up the best NVIDIA RTX 30 series and AMD Radeon 6000 series deals and will update it throughout Prime Day. 

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Surface Laptop 4 | 25% off

While Microsoft's Surface family of devices is best known for flipping and folding, some people want a traditional laptop. In comes the Surface Laptop 4, which sits near the top of the best Windows laptops. It has a 13.5-inch PixelSense display, an Alcantara keyboard deck, and a clamshell design that many people prefer. Right now, you can snag a Surface Laptop 4 for as low as $899 through Amazon. The most affordable model features an AMD Ryzen 4000 series chip, 256GB of storage, and 16GB of RAM.

Surface Laptop Studio Movies & TV

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Surface Laptop Studio | up to $700 off

Microsoft's Surface Laptop Studio is its most powerful Surface PC to date. For Prime Day, you can get a model with 32GB of RAM, 1TB of storage, and an Intel Core i7 processor for $700 off, which brings its price down to $2,123. In addition to its powerful specs, the Surface Laptop Studio stands out as a unique convertible PC. Its display can pop into different postures, allowing you to use the device at a variety of angles. There are also discounts on versions with lower specs, but stock can vary.

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Original Microsoft Surface Duo | Down to $400

Microsoft's Surface Duo is a unique little device that features a pair of displays. With those dual screens, you can run two apps side-by-side or span apps across the entire device. The original Duo is getting a bit long in the tooth at this point, but it's a great option as a secondary device or for those that want to try out its form factor. Today, Amazon has a Prime Day deal on Surface Duo that discounts the device to just $400. That's just under $60 off its retail price these days.

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Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro | $35 off

Razer's DeathAdder V2 Pro is a highly reviewed gaming mouse that builds on a long legacy of mice from Razer. It earned a 4.5 out of 5 in our DeathAdder V2 Pro review a couple of years back, and it still stands up well against the best gaming mice. On Amazon Prime Day, you can save $35 on the DeathAdder V2 Pro gaming mouse, dropping it down to just a penny under $55. The gaming mouse offers up to 70 hours of battery life and has low latency, thanks to its HyperSpeed technology.

Logitech G915 Lightspeed Hero

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Logitech G915 LIGHTSPEED keyboard | 50% off!

The Logitech G915 Lightspeed is still one of our favorite gaming keyboards, and it's definitely worth checking out at over $100 off its usual price tag. This keyboard features a super low-profile design with mechanical keys, macro buttons, and the option to switch between Logitech's own Lightspeed tech or Bluetooth on the fly. Most importantly, it's a dream to type on with its clicky, low action feel. It's right up there with some of the best gaming keyboards around.

Razer Seiren X USB mic

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Razer Seiren X | $55 (was $99)

Look, you don't need us to tell you that Razer makes some of the best PC gaming accessories around. That even includes its more budget-friendly ones, like the Razer Seiren X, which is down to $55 for Prime Day. That's its cheapest price ever, and $10 lower than the last low it hit. If you're in the market for a nice, budget-friendly PC mic, then this is the one to grab.

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Build your own PC for $1100 with Prime Day savings!

Looking to build your own gaming PC or upgrade an existing one? Amazon Prime Day is a terrific time to save on PC components. If you're starting from scratch, we'll help you navigate Prime Day to find deals that will allow you to build a powerful gaming PC that costs a little more than $1,000

For that price, your new battle station will come with a 12th Gen Intel processor and powerful Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics wrapped in an attractive case. 

Once you've selected your components on discount, be sure to check out our guide on how to actually build your PC

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Dell 240Hz monitor | $200 (was $320)

Got a need for speed? Dell's S2522HG is at a historically low price this Amazon Prime Day. This monitor has a zippy 240Hz refresh rate, making it a great companion for anyone playing fast-paced, action-packed games. At $200, you're getting a 24-inch IPS panel with a 1080p resolution, 1ms response time, and an integrated USB hub. Perfect for college students on a budget, gamers, or anyone who needs a new monitor. 

Sony WH1000XM4 Lifestyle

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Save up to 35% on some of Sony's best noise-canceling headphones!

Keep the noise out while you work, study, or game with Sony's wireless headphones and earbuds. The highly coveted Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones come with some of the best active noise-canceling (ANC) technology to help silence the world around you to keep you focused on the task that matters. These headphones are now 35% off for Prime Day, taking them down to just $228 from a retail price of $348!

And if you need something smaller and more portable, Sony's WF-1000XM4 offer impressive noise cancelation in earbud packaging. Now at $198, these compact AirPods Pro rivals are now 30% off the regular $279 price tag for Prime Day. 

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Far Cry 6 | 78% off!

The latest title in Ubisoft's Far Cry series is enjoying a massive discount for Amazon Prime Day. Far Cry 6 now costs just $12.99 for Xbox One

Far Cry 6 is a guerilla shooter that tasks players to overthrow a corrupt government on a fictional tropical island. Fight through jungles and across mountains in a variety of vehicles with makeshift weapons, and liberate the people of Yara. 

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Xbox Series S | $250 (was $300)

Through Woot's special Prime Day promo, you can now Microsoft's Xbox Series S console for just $250. This means you'll save $50 off of the gaming console's list price of $50. With the money saved, be sure to check out some other deals in this hub to spruce up your gaming experience, like the Razer Turret for Xbox, Seagate's Xbox Storage Expansion, or a new game like Far Cry 6! All these items are on sale with steep discounts for Prime Day, so act fast!

BenQ Mobiuz EX3415R

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BenQ's UWQHD gaming monitor | $500 ($630)

If you have your eyes on an ultra-wide monitor for your next screen, you may want to check out BenQ's UWQHD Mobiuz display, which is now on sale for $500, or a $130 discount from the $630 list price.

The monitor is well equipped for gaming with AMD FreeSync support, 144Hz refresh rate, and VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification that allows it to reach 400 nits of brightness. 

The Logitech G920 Racing Wheel.

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Shift into higher gear with a 37% discount on Logitech's racing wheel

Racers, start your engines! If you're a fan of racing games, you can save 37% off of Logitech's G920 racing wheel. Normally priced at $299, you'll be able to enjoy a $110 discount, which takes the price down to just $189. The racing wheel, along with the pedals, is made to work with Xbox and PCs, so you can switch between desktop, laptop, and console.

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Kiss goodbye to Wi-Fi connectivity problems with $80 off of TP-Link Deco X55 mesh network

If you're experiencing drops in Wi-Fi coverage at home, a mesh network could be the ticket to solving your wireless woes. TP-Link has an awesome deal for its Deco X55 mesh network. Priced at $200 for Prime Day, you'll enjoy a hefty $80 discount on this three-pack mesh router. 

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Scored a new PC or Xbox for Prime Day? Add Sea of Thieves game. 

If you scored a new PC or Xbox for Prime Day, you can also find some hefty discounts on games. One title, Sea of Thieves, is now 50% off for Amazon's sale-a-thon for $20. The title works on both PC and Xbox. Sea of Thieves is a massive multiplayer pirate adventure game. 

The Dell XPS 13 9315.

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Save nearly $600 on Dell's popular XPS 13 laptop!

Dell's XPS 13 is one of the most popular Windows laptops on the market today with its stylish design, powerful performance, and thin-and-light form factor. Though the steep discount on the XPS 13 isn't on Amazon, you'll find this laptop deal on Dell's website, which takes the price of the notebook down to just $1,028.

At this price, you're getting an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and a 13.3-inch UHD 4K touchscreen display. 

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Microsoft's Surface Pro 8 gets a nearly 30% discount on Prime Day

Microsoft's Surface Pro helped to popularize the hybrid tablet-laptop form factor with its iconic kickstand design, and now the eighth generation tablet is getting a big discount. If you're in the market for a new Surface Pro, you can find the Surface Pro 8 at a $412 discount on Amazon Prime, bringing the price down to just $1,187 for an Intel Core i7 configuration with a 256GB SSD. 

If you do get the Surface Pro 8, remember to add a keyboard cover as well. 

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Save up to 27% on pre-built PCs from CyberPowerPC

Jumping into PC gaming can be overwhelming, especially for those that have never built a system before. While Prime Day is a great day to pick up parts, it's also the perfect time to purchase a pre-built PC. CyberPowerPC has discounts of up to 27% on a range of gaming rigs, including the budget-friendly GamerXtreme i3-12100F RX 6500XT (what a name) and the powerful GamerXtreme i9-12900KF RTX 3070.

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Synology Prime Day deals slash up to $100 off the best NAS servers

NAS servers allow you to create a private media center, personal cloud, or storage system for surveillance. One of the main drawbacks of NAS servers is that they can be pricey. Amazon Prime Day and Synology are here to help with that problem. Right now, you can save up to $100 on some of the best NAS servers for home. The Synology DiskStatin DS220j (the two-bay model) is $30 off, bringing its price to $190. On the higher end of things, the Synology 4 bay NAS DiskStation DS920+ is down to $450 from its normal price of $550.

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Listen up: Surface Earbuds are half price for Prime Day

Microsoft's Surface Earbuds feature round touch — ahem — surfaces for controlling audio and calls. They come in a convenient carrying case that delivers an extra eight hours of battery life. They even integrate with Microsoft Office. So what's the drawback? Normally their price. But that's not the case today, as the Surface Earbuds are $99 for Amazon Prime Day. That's $100 off the normal retail price and enough of a discount to make the Surface Earbuds a better bargain than some of the best earbuds.

The Razer Viper Ultimate gaming mouse.

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Get a Razer Viper Ultimate gaming mouse for almost half price on Prime Day

The  Razer Viper Ultimate isn't just one of Razer's best gaming accessories, it's one of the best gaming mice available. While it's been around for a few years, the Viper Ultimate is no slouch. It has a max DPI of 20,000, features Razer's HyperSpeed wireless technology, and weighs just 74 grams. Right now, you can get it for $80, which is almost half of its normal retail price of $150.

Xbox Series S

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Xbox Series S is down to $289.99 during Prime Day!

There's no specific "Prime Day" deal on the Xbox Series S, but you can still pick up an Xbox Series S at a discount at Amazon right now for $290. That's a bit off the top of its usual $300 price tag. If you've been planning to get in on the latest generation of consoles, this is a solid drop for as early in the lifecycle. Check out our roundup of the best Xbox Series X and Series S Prime Day deals for more gaming goodness.

Razer Kaira X Xbox

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Razer Kaira X Xbox headset | $60 $40 at Amazon

Prime Day is a great time to pick up a new gaming headset, and the Razer Kaira X for Xbox is the perfect fit if you're down for a budget option. This headset comes with the same sort of styling as Razer's other options, but it's 33% off right now, coming to just $40. It's wired, so you don't have to worry about batteries, and the drivers will make sure you hear any enemy sneaking up behind you.

Dell Inspiron 15 (3000)

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Dell Inspiron 15 3000 | $600 $392 at Dell

School is about to start back up, which means you may be thinking of snagging an affordable laptop for school for you or your student. Dell is making it easy by slashing over $200 off the price of the already affordable Inspiron 15 3000!

This laptop comes with an 11th Gen Intel Core i5-1135G7 CPU, 256GB or M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD storage, and 8GB of DDR4-2666MHz RAM. The display comes in at 15.6 inches and has an FHD resolution with an anti-glare finish. It's not the most powerful laptop out there, but it has plenty of horsepower to charge through web browsing and school work. And you'll be hard pressed to do better for $392!


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Save $703 on the BEST TV for your Xbox Series X, the LG OLED C1

The LG OLED C1 is probably the best TV you could pick up for your Xbox Series X. For Amazon Prime Day, the beautiful LG OLED C1 is nearly 50% off for the 48-inch model, bringing it down to just under $800. That's the perfect size for a game room, and you seriously won't find a better set for the price.

What makes the LG OLED C1 great is its OLED screen, which can show pure blacks and incredibly vivid colors. Its HDR and Dolby Vision capabilities are fantastic, and it can pull of 120Hz with variable refresh rate. Those are all things you'll want in a TV for your Xbox Series X, Series S, and even PS5.

For more solid Xbox deals, check out our best Prime Day Xbox Series X and Series S deals.

B And O Beoplay Portal Review

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Bang & Olufsen Beoplay Portal Gaming Headset | $499 $394 at Amazon

The B&O BeoPlay Portal is the world's most expensive Xbox headset, typically costing as much as an Xbox Series X itself. For Amazon Prime Day, it's down from $500 to $400, netting you a pretty tidy saving on what is ultimately the most premium Xbox headset on the market. What makes it so expensive? Technologies like ANC active noise canceling eliminate sound from the outside, sitting alongside aptX sound codecs and Bluetooth 5.1 for superior mobile and laptop connectivity. 

It also sports premium materials, incredible lightweight at 256 grams, and direct-to-Xbox wirelessness for seamless indoor and outdoor use. The B&O BeoPlay Portal is without a doubt one of the most expensive Xbox accessories on the market, if not the most expensive Xbox accessory, but it's designed specifically to sit inside that premium lifestyle headphone category, as opposed to you typical gaming headset. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab A

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite | $160 $115

Xbox cloud gaming is great, but games designed for TV screens are a bit of a slog on a small device like your typical smartphone. While some games work well, others have user interfaces designed for larger displays, making them hard to understand or read on smaller screens. As such, I typically opt for larger screens to get my Xbox cloud gaming on, and the Galaxy Tab A7 from Samsung is a great option for it. 

While this tablet isn't particularly fast or powerful, it is USB-C and can run the Xbox Game Pass app flawlessly, which is essentially what you want for cloud streaming games. It's also a decent option for ebooks and streaming video at 8.7 inches, making it a "mini" tablet, but still bigger than most smartphones. Just don't expect to be doing anything particularly strenuous on this lower-end device. 

For Amazon Prime Day, it sheds almost a third of its typical price from $159 down to just $115. 


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Galaxy Tab A8 | $229 $159 at Amazon

As a fan of Xbox Cloud Gaming, I find the small screens on a typical smartphone to be prohibitive in lots of games on Xbox Game Pass, owing to the fact they're designed for larger displays like TVs. Unreadable text, tiny UI elements, and in-game details are hidden behind a tiny screen can make some games barely playable. As noted earlier below, I prefer larger screens for cloud gaming, but what if you want something more laptop-sized?

If you want something larger than the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite I posted earlier, the Galaxy Tab A8 is a 2019 edition tablet, that clocks in at 10.4 inches. It's not the most powerful tablet in the world, but it's more than adequate for running lighter games, ebook readers like Kindle, streaming apps like Netflix, or indeed, Xbox Cloud Gaming, with its 1200p resolution screen. It also beats the Tab A7 and Tab A on battery life, with a beefy 7040 mAh that should compliment cloud gaming quite nicely. 

Down to $159, this tablet easily becomes one of the best tablets for Xbox Cloud Gaming while we wait (possibly in vain) for Microsoft to make its very own Xbox handheld. 

Intel 12th Gen Core I9 Hero Boxes

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Intel Core i5-12600KF | $312 $218 at Amazon

The Intel Core i9-12900K may be the big daddy of Intel's Alder Lake processors, but it's the Core i5 range that tick all the right boxes for performance, efficiency, and value. The Intel Core i5-12600K is one of our favorite CPUs of this 12th Gen family and the Core i5-1200KF is just as good, aside from not having an integrated GPU.

It's on sale right now for Amazon Prime Day, allowing you to save upwards of $100 on a 10-core processor. This thing is ideal for gaming, even up to 4K with the best graphics card you can afford. And because you'll need a GPU to use with the Core i5-12600KF, be sure to check out our best GPU Prime Day deals (opens in new tab) for some helpful pointers on where to look.

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Razer Blade 15| $2,099 $1,899 at Amazon

I've been using Razer Blade laptops for years, and noticed that one of the company's flagship RTX 30xx series models is enjoying a decent $100 off the typical asking price for Amazon Prime Day. 

This Razer Blade 15 model sports an Intel 11th gen octacore i7 CPU, alongside an RTX 3070, a 1080p 144Hz display, 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD (both of which can be upgraded). The Razer Blade laptops pack an impressive amount of power into a chassis that defy typical gaming laptop designs — sleek, stylish, and subtle, integrating Thunderbolt-3 and RGB lighting for some added flair. This is one laptop that will last you a seriously long time, and one I cannot recommend enough. Quite easily among the best gaming laptops out there. 


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ASUS E410 laptop | $250 $100 at Best Buy

You're not going to be playing high-end video games or doing 4K video editing on this laptop, but if you need something absolutely basic for browsing the web, processing word documents, or doing online shopping, you could do far worse than this impressively-priced 14-inch notebook from ASUS. 

As part of this week's Prime Day shenanigans, the cheap and cheerful E410 comes down to just $100 at Best Buy, making it one of the most affordable big-brand laptops on the entire market right now. It's as basic as they come, with a very entry-level Intel processor, a sub-HD 768p screen, alongside 4GB of RAM and just 64GB of storage. 

This laptop is for those who need something absolutely bare-bones for doing the absolute basics. And for that, this is a pretty great deal. 

Xbox Series X

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Xbox Series X (Refurbished) | £450 £384 at Microsoft

Microsoft's Xbox Series X is a powerful device designed to deliver the best performance for console games. It can power the best Xbox games at 4K and often reach frame rates of up to 120 FPS. Unfortunately, that kind of power comes at a cost. The Xbox Series X retails at £450 in the UK, but you can get a refurbished one for £383 today. It's not exactly a Prime Day deal, but it's a good deal on Prime Day.

Lenovo X1 Fold

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold | £1,669 £900 at Lenovo

Lenovo was the first company to ship a foldable Windows PC. The ThinkPad X1 Fold features a 13.3-inch OLED touch display that can fold in half, somewhat like the Galaxy Fold 3. Unlike today's popular folding phones, the ThinkPad X1 Fold is a full PC running either Windows 11 or Windows 10. It even comes with a mini keyboard that can lay across one half of the device's display, making the entire setup function like a traditional laptop. Normally, it costs £1,669, but right now, Lenovo has it discounted down to £900.

Amazon Echo Dot

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Echo Dot (4th Gen) | $50 $20 at Amazon

Alexa-enabled devices are great tools for directing smart lights, music, and more. They're also handy for anyone with an Xbox since they can be used to control the console. Echo devices can play and pause media, increase or decrease the volume on your TV, and even turn an Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, or Xbox One on or off with a voice command. Right now, Amazon has a sale on the Echo Dot 4th Gen that slashes the price by more than 50%.

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Elgato Stream Deck | $150 $100

If you enjoy streaming gameplay, the Elgato Stream Deck is one of the best accessories to pick up. It features 15 customizable LCD keys that can be used to perform a practically limitless combination of actions and shortcuts. During Amazon Prime Day, you can pick up the Elgato Stream Deck for just under $100, which is $50 off its normal price.

Note that the model that's on sale is the original Elgato Stream Deck that launched in 2015, not the newer Elgato Stream Deck MK.2. The overall functionality of the devices is the same, but the newer version supports interchangeable faceplates, a USB-C port, and a detachable stand. If those features aren't important to you, then the original Elgato Stream Deck is right for you, especially at its discounted price.

The Logitech G915 TKL

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Logitech G915 TKL wireless gaming keyboard | $230 $143 at Amazon

You don't need a number pad to enjoy the best PC games, so why take up that extra space on your desk with keys you don't need? The Logitech G915 TKL wireless gaming keyboard features a compact design and is one of the best gaming keyboards around. It has utility keys that allow you to control various aspects of your gaming experience, including an RGB brightness adjuster, media keys, and a button that can swap your wireless connection type. On Amazon Prime Day, you can save over $90 on the Logitech G915 TKL.

Acer Aspire 5 Slim

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Pick up a new PC for back-to-school and save during Prime Day!

If you're in need of new tech for the upcoming school year, doing your PC shopping early will save you some money. We're seeing some terrific discounts on desktops and laptops that are budget-friendly and powerful enough. Be sure to check out our buying guide for Prime Day deals on back-to-school laptops and desktops and shop early!

Nitro 50 N50 620

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Acer's Nitro 50 desktop is perfect for students with $150 discount

Acer's Nitro 50 comes with a discrete Nvidia GTX 1650 GPU and a solid Intel 11th Gen Core i5 processor. Suitable for light gaming, content creation, video editing, and working with photos, this desktop is versatile enough for a variety of academic pursuits. And it's priced at just $679 for Prime Day!

G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5

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Got a need for speed? Speed up your PC with these DDR5 RAM deals

Whether you're on a laptop or a desktop, adding more memory can help speed up your system. If you have a rig that's capable of accepting the latest DDR5 standard, these deals can help save you money on your upgrade as you add or swap out your existing RAM sticks. Laptop DDR5 memory starts at $138, while desktop RAM starts at $180.

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Just a little more than 11 hours of Prime Day sales to go!

Have you gotten your Prime Day orders in? Amazon's countdown clock shows that there are just over 11 hours left on the clock to snag your favorite items. But don't wait for the timer to run out, as deals can quickly sell out. Shop early. 

And if you need a new laptop, visit our Prime Day hub for savings on laptops and notebooks

Samsung 980 Pro 1TB SSD

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Need more storage? Check out these fast SSDs on discount for Prime Day!

Whether you need faster storage or more space to store your digital files, these Prime Day deals for solid-state drives tick just the right boxes. Whether you're running on an older PC or gaming on a top-of-the-line modern rig, we've found some of the best deals on different SSD formats to suit your needs. Prices start at just under $100. 

Amazon kindle ereader

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In the market for a new Kindle? Don't buy one until you read our review.

Kindles are on big discount for Prime Day, and with so many models to choose from, each with its own unique set of benefits, you'll definitely want to do a little research before you spend your cash. Fortunately, we've tried them all so you wouldn't have to. If you're new to digital book readers and the Kindle, be sure to read our review before you shop for one on Prime Day. 

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Want to upgrade or build your own gaming rig? Don't make the same mistake we did.

In case you didn't already know, Prime Day delivers some amazing discounts on PC cases, components, accessories, and peripherals. This means you'll definitely want to snag some components to build or upgrade your PC sooner, rather than later, to ensure that you'll get some sizable savings. 

We made the mistake of not timing our build properly in the past, meaning that we weren't able to take advantage of any discounts on what our rig needed. To save you from the same mistake we made, we've compiled some of the best deals on processors, cases, cooling, memory, RAM, and more for your next PC build. Shop smart. Shop early. 

Ring Doorbell Pro

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Don't work harder. Make your home work smarter with smart home gadgets

Prime Day is prime time to upgrade your home to a smart home. We rounded up 16 incredible Prime Day deals from video doorbells to smart locks and robovacs to keep you keep better control over your home. Find smart light bulbs, garage controllers, a home security system, and more in our list of the 16 best smart home Prime Day deals

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Upgrading to a 12th Gen Intel Ander Lake processor? Get this affordable Asus motherboard for just $144

Looking to upgrade to Intel's latest 12th Gen processor? You'll want to check out this Asus Prime B660M motherboard, which is discounted to $144 for Prime Day. The Prime B660M is among the top budget motherboards out there. 

And if you need a new CPU, check out some of the latest deals on Intel's 12th Gen processor

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A smart lock is one of the best smart home gadgets you can buy

Looking to upgrade your home with some smart tech? Try a smart lock! It's one of our favorite purchases from past Prime Day sales. August's smart lock will work with your existing deadbolt, making upgrades super easy, and this year, the August smart lock is on sale for just $149

If you need more smart home upgrade ideas, be sure to check out our picks for the best smart home tech for this year's Prime Day. We cover everything from smart locks to video doorbells and more on our list of the 16 smart home upgrades that are on discount for Prime Day. 

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Save on Microsoft 365 plans and get a free Amazon gift card with this hack!

Extend your Office online access by topping off your Microsoft 365 subscription this Prime Day. Our clever hack will get you Microsoft 365 Personal and Microsoft 365 Family plans at a nice discount. The best part? You also get a free Amazon gift card in the process.

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Save big on Microsoft's premium Surface Pro X

Microsoft's Surface Pro X is one of our favorite tablets. Powered by an Arm processor, you'll get long battery life in a lightweight form factor, and now you can save up to $300 on one of the higher-end configurations this year.

But wait, there's more!

If you choose a refurbished model, you'll be able to save up to 50% off the cost of Microsoft's premium tablet-laptop hybrid!

Dell XPS 13.

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Save $626 on the XPS 13 (9310) with 3.5K OLED display with Dell's Black Friday in July sale!

The XPS is seriously one of the best laptops you can get, and it's one of our perennial favorites. It's a thin laptop with a solid build, and it's pretty flawless in all the ways that matter. With Dell's Black Friday in July sale, it's even easier to pull the trigger because it's discounted to $1,294. That's $626 off its usual $1,920 price.

This particular configuration has a 16:10 OLED display, and 11th Gen Intel Core i7-1165G7 CPU, 512GB of SSD storage, and 8GB of RAM. You get Thunderbolt 4 ports, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack and a microSD card reader. If you want to check out more of our thoughts about this great PC, check out our Dell XPS 13 (9310) review!

Sony WH-1000XM4 Headphones

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Snag Sony's excellent WH-1000xm4 headphones for $228, their lowest price yet!

Sony's WH-1000xm4 headphones are among the best noise-canceling sets you can get, and they're cheaper than ever for Prime Day. The WH-1000xm4 headphones are currently just $228 at Amazon, which is $120 cheaper than their usual price.

These headphones come with the best noise canceling in the game, up to 30 hours of battery life, and a touch sensor to control pause, play, skip, volume, and voice assistant functions. They'll even automatically lower volume when you start talking, pause playback automatically when they're removed, and can get 5 hours of playback from a 10-minute charge.

You can't do much better than these headphones for the price, and they'll be shooting back up to $348 in just a few hours as Prime Day comes to a close.

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One of Xbox's best games, Dying Light 2: Stay Human, is just $35!

Still on the lookout for some solid Xbox games during Prime Day? Look no further. Dying Light 2: Stay Human is a cool $35, but it's about to go back up as Prime Day ends in a few hours.

If you enjoy some parkour action while fighting off hordes of zombies, then this is a good pickup. The game was praised by critics at launch, and it looks phenomenal on Xbox Series X. It's also not a part of Game Pass, so this is the cheapest way to get in and play if you're an Xbox gamer.

If you're down for more Xbox games while they're cheap, check out our list of the best discounted Xbox Prime Day deals that you can't play on Game Pass.


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The best TV for your Xbox is still on an incredible sale for $797!

The LG OLED C1 is not only an incredible TV, but it's arguably the best you can get for your Xbox Series X and PS5. For Prime Day, you can pick up the 48-inch LG OLED C1 for a ridiculous $797. But it's only going to be that cheap for a few more hours!

As the name implies, the LG OLED C1 features a fantastically impressive OLED display. That means you'll get inky black and super-vivid colors with infinite contrast. More importantly for console gamers, it supports 120Hz at 4K, variable refresh rate, and Dolby Vision HDR. It's the full package and is the perfect size for a game room.

HP Laptop 15z

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Don't miss out on this excellent back-to-school laptop for $380.

The HP Laptop 15z may not be the most powerful laptop around, but it's an excellent pickup for the kid in your life as they head back to school. Coinciding with Prime Day, HP has dropped the price of the HP Laptop 15z to $380. That's $170 off of its usual $550 price.

Don't let the price fool you, though. For the money, you'll pick up an AMD Ryzen 5 5500U CPU with six cores, 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD for storage. The only thing you may want to tweak with this is the storage, but that's an easy fix with an external hard drive.

This model comes with a 15-inch 1366x768 display, but you can upgrade that to a 1080p panel for just $10 more. That's definitely worth doing for the price. There are also plenty of ports with USB-C, two USB-A, an HDMI, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Amazon Echo Dot

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The Echo Dot makes a great Xbox voice command companion for $20.

Amazon always has a great fire sale on its own devices during Prime Day, which makes it an excellent time to pick one up. The Echo Dot also makes a great little Xbox companion, especially at a discounted $20.

It's one of the unsung features of the Echo, but you can set it up to control your Xbox with voice commands. These commands range from simple things like asking Alexa to turn up the Xbox's volume or pause a movie, to more complex requests like launching a game or downloading a game from Xbox Game Pass. It's pretty neat!

ASUS Prime B660M-A

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This ASUS motherboard is pretty sweet (and cheap) way to start on an Intel 12th Gen build for $144.

Building a PC with an Intel 12th Gen CPU? This discount on the ASUS Prime B660M-A motherboard is a solid pickup if you want to save some cash. It's a modest $16 off of its usual $160 price, but it's a solid pick if you're looking to save where you can!

For the money, you'll get a mATX motherboard with PCIE 4.0 and built-in Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. There are also two M.2 slots, along with rear ports for USB Type-C, Ethernet, and USB 3.2. There's also support for ASUS' Aura Sync lighting.

The Razer Kraken gaming headset.

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This Razer Kraken headset for Xbox and PC is $38 for a few more hours!

What's the first thing you think of when you hear Razer? Probably their headsets -- and that's because they make some pretty great ones. If you're in need of a new one for your Xbox, the Razer Kraken is down to $38 from its usual $80 price for Prime Day.

The Kraken is a pretty dang comfortable headset for long gaming sessions. It's got a great aluminum build, a retractable microphone, and 7.1 surround sound audio. There are also in-line audio controls for quick volume changes and muting.

Prime Day is about to wrap up, so if you still want to pull the trigger on a new headset, the Kraken is a solid, affordable one to snag.

Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Hero

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Turtle Beach Stealth 600 | $70 at Amazon $100

Just minutes to go and there are still a few great deals you can snag at the last minute here for Amazon Prime Day. 

This Turtle Beach Stealth 600-Gen 2 headset hits its lowest price ever at $70, making it arguably the cheapest way to get a wireless Xbox headset right now. The Stealth 600 Gen-2 is a direct-to-Xbox wireless headset meaning it connects straight to your console without any extra USB dongles or cables, and sports side-tone mic monitoring on its solid flip-to-mute microphone. 

The headset has a robust and comfortable design, and sports solid sound for its price point, emphasizing tactical gameplay. Turtle Beach headsets have literally gotten me kills in games like Call of Duty thanks to the spatial awareness they inject, making me eager to recommend this one for those who want a wireless headset without breaking the bank. 

And that's a wrap! 

With Amazon Prime Day ending for another year, we just wanted to say thank you for choosing us to help aggregate this year's best tech deals. Prime Day is a major reason we're able to keep delivering free content at the consistency, quality, and frequency that we do, and helping you find the best (actually good) tech deals is a major motivator for the team. 

Prime Day has officially wrapped up right now, but many of the deals we see here might still be available for a little while longer if you shop around. We'll most likely be back later in the year for more live blog style coverage for Black Friday 2022 going into Christmas, where the deals may be even better. 

For now, on behalf of Windows Central, adios! 

— Jez Corden

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Ok, after our first quick sweep we're seeing a lot of deals are still live despite Prime Day ending yesterday. Some like the Razer headset picture above and the curved BenQ monitor are even cheaper! Stay tuned as we'll see what else is still happening for you today.

$100 off this great steering wheel that's perfect for both PC and Xbox gaming is an offer we're stoked to still see online today. That's a massive discount on the Touch Screen Dell XPS 13 too over at the Dell store!

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There's still time to get a Surface Pro 8 for $250 post-Prime Day. Surface Earbuds are also still 50% off at $99. It's a great time to be a Surface fan!

In the mood for a new gaming mouse? The Razer Viper Ultimate is still available at a pretty decent discount, dropping from $150 to $122. That includes the RGB charging dock, so you can always keep the battery topped up.

The Xbox Series S is also still a little cheaper than usual, moving from $300 down to $290. That's not a huge drop, but it's still worth considering this early into the latest generation of consoles.

Dell Inspiron 15 (3000)

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One of the best deals on a laptop for back-to-school season is still on at Dell. You can pick up the Dell Inspiron 15 3000 for just $392, which is down from its normal $600 price. It's not the most powerful laptop in the world, but it's a fantastic option for the student in your life, whether that's you or your kiddo.

You also don't want to miss out on the best TV for your Xbox Series X or PS5: The LG OLED C1. The 48-inch set is still available for just under $800, which is bananas for an OLED TV with 120Hz and VRR.