Amazon’s “12 Days of Deals” sale is ongoing, and today’s theme centers on the PC. We’ve found a handful of practical PC accessories and components that will improve your setup, whether you’re primarily a laptop or desktop user.
Like Amazon’s daily deals, these will last through the end of today, December 5th, though it’s possible that they could sell out before then.
- BenQ EL2870U 28-inch 4K HDR monitor with 1ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate is $399.99 (usually $499.99)
- Audio-Technica AT2020 cardioid condenser microphone is $74.25 (usually $169). Whether you need a mic for gaming, recording podcasts, or just for sounding really, really good in your meetings, this is a good price.
- Corsair Qi wireless charging mouse pad is $39.99 (usually $79.99). If you want a large mouse pad that can charge your iPhone XS, Galaxy Note 9, or Pixel 3, this is now affordable enough to recommend.
- Xbox Game Pass one-year subscription is $69.99 (usually $119.99). This is not just for Xbox One gamers, Microsoft’s growing first-party game collection (including Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 4, Sunset Overdrive, Sea of Thieves, and soon, Crackdown 3) is compatible on PC as well.
- Anker’s USB-C hub is $48.99 (usually $74.99). This hub lets you connect to a monitor via HDMI, have access to SD and microSD cards, plug in USB-A devices, and it can charge your Chromebook, MacBook, or Windows laptop at power delivery speeds.
- SanDisk’s 256GB USB-C flash drive is $45.59 (usually $62.75). This isn’t a huge discount, but it makes portable USB-C storage more affordable for those who use newer Chromebooks, or MacBooks that only have USB-C ports.
- Audio-Technica ATH-M50x wired headphones are $102.99 (usually $149). Your desk (or portable) setup isn’t complete without a decent set of headphones, and this model from Audio-Technica is a cult classic that’s now cheaper than usual.
- Logitech G Gear gaming bundle is $79.99 (usually $199.99). This bundle includes the G203 gaming mouse, G213 Prodigy keyboard, G230 headset, and a cloth mouse pad. While perhaps they’re not the all-around best products, $80 is a cheap price to pay for a full suite of PC accessories.