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    HyperX PC gaming headsets, storage, and more are discounted today

    HyperX PC gaming headsets, storage, and more are discounted today


    NVMe SSDs are cheaper, too

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    Whether you’re in need of some cheap parts for a new PC build or you’re just looking to accessorize your current Windows 10 / macOS desktop or laptop, Amazon’s day-long deals on HyperX and Sabrent products will help you do either for less. Starting with tech that goes inside of your computer, there are good savings on laptop RAM, SSDs, and high-capacity NVMe drives to check out today. If your Windows or Mac laptop has been feeling a little slow, this 16GB kit of DDR4 RAM (consisting of two 8GB, 2,666MHz, 260-pin sticks) from HyperX will likely help to speed things up. Usually $112.99, Amazon’s day-long sale takes it down to $92.99, though you’ll currently have to wait until March 13th for your order to ship.

    Upgrading your hard drive is another way to make your computer feel brand-new, and the HyperX Fury 480GB SATA SSD is $75.99 (usually $94.99). This model is priced competitively to drives of similar capacities from Samsung, Crucial, and SanDisk. If putting on an RGB light show with your PC is important to you, the HyperX model has customizable lights built in.

    Sabrent’s NVMe SSDs are also looped into today’s discounts at Amazon. Its standalone 256GB M.2 PCIe stick is $39.99 (usually around $55) and makes for a small but fast internal storage for any computer that uses a compatible motherboard with an M.2 port. Sabrent’s external NVMe drives, which are Thunderbolt 3-ready and connect via USB-C, are $119.99 for a 512GB model (down from around $180). The enclosure with a 256GB M.2 drive inside is cheaper, down to $79.99.

    If you just want to pick up an accessory or two, several HyperX products, including gaming headsets, mechanical keyboards, and more are cheaper as part of this Deal of the Day. The standout product is the HyperX Cloud Flight wireless gaming headset, which was the company’s first wireless headset when it launched last year. The Verge’s Nick Statt said that it’s “a rather stellar piece of hardware.” It’s currently $99, instead of its usual price of around $130, according to pricing data from CamelCamelCamel.