The right accessories can make all the difference in the world when you're trying to be the best PC gamer you can be. You'd be surprised the little improvements you can make with a more accurate mouse, a better headset, and, most importantly, a responsive keybaord. The Razer BlackWidow TE mechanical keyboard (opens in new tab) is down to $69.99 today on Amazon. This is a keyboard that usually costs around $120 on average. Today's drop marks a new low for it and even beats the price we saw during Black Friday late last year.
This price drop will only last for about another six hours. The keyboard is part of one of Amazon's daily deals featuring a selection of PC gaming gear (opens in new tab). Read more about this larger sale and all the ways you can save before all the prices disappear.
Razer BlackWidow TE Chroma V2 tenkeyless mechanical gaming keyboard (opens in new tab)
Designed for competitive and tournament-level gamers. Uses a tenkeyless design for speed and portability. Has a detachable USB cable and uses Razer's Green mechanical switches. Features customizable chroma RGB lighting and has full macro support.
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One of Razer's most comprehensive mice. Uses HyperSpeed tech so wireless feels as responsive as wired. Has a 20,000 DPI sensor with adjustable sensitivity. Customize the controls of the 11 buttons and the RGB lighting. 70-hour battery life.
Razer Viper Ultimate light wireless gaming mouse (opens in new tab)
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Razer DeathAdder v2 mini gaming mouse (opens in new tab)
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The grip tape gives you unprecedented control over the mouse even during fast-paced gaming. It also has an 8,500 DPI optical sensor with on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment. Use Razer Chroma for custom RGB lighting, too.
Razer Wolverine Tournament Edition gaming controller for PC and Xbox One (opens in new tab)
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Razer Opus active noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones midnight blue (opens in new tab)
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The ANC in these headphones can detect and nullify incoming noise. They have a 25-hour battery life and are engineered for comfort that entire time with leatherette memory foam ear cushions and a well-balanced weight. Can go wired to save battery.
The Razer BlackWidow TE is a keyboard designed with competitive and tournament-ready gamers in mind. You don't have to be a pro to benefit from its crazy features. For example, the keyboard uses Razer's Green mechanical switches. These have an actuation force of 50g and tactile feedback, giving you an ideal responsiveness for typing and gaming.
The tenkeyless design eliminates the numpad on the right that you would see on a full-size keyboard. Plus, it comes with a detachable USB cable. Both of these features make the keyboard compact and ready for portability. Just drop it in your backpack and wind up the cord. The tenkeyless design is also important for gaming because it allows you to bring your mouse closer to your hand on the keyboard, making your movements just that much faster.
Razer gear is also equipped with Chroma RGB lighting. This is super customizable lighting where you can pick your favorite colors and effects on all the individually backlit keys. Then you can sync the Chroma with any other Razer accessories you own or Philips Hue products for a really awesome effect.
Other features include fully programmable macro support, a magnetic wrist rest, a durable construction that will last up to 80 million clicks, and a two-year warranty from Razer.
Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.
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