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The best Black Friday gaming peripheral deals

Peripherals are hugely important to any gaming setup and there is no better time to pick up a new set than towards the end of the year, during Black Friday and Christmas sales. We've rounded up some of the best deals you can get on mice, keyboards, and headsets for Black Friday this year. 

On the mouse front, you can never go wrong with the tried and true Razer DeathAdder, with the V2 version currently on sale down from £69.99 to £29.99. On the higher-end of the spectrum, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate with Charging Station is down from £169.99 to just £73.99. The ever popular Logitech G502 is on sale right now too, dropping the price from £79.99 to £32.47. On the high-end, you'll also find the Logitech G903 Lightspeed Wireless gaming mouse on sale, down from £129.99 to £57.99. Corsair and SteelSeries get in on the action too, with the Corsair Scimitar Elite going for £44.99 and the SteelSeries Rival 650 dropping from £119.99 to £74.99.

For headsets, both the Razer Nari Ultimate is a good buy at £79.99 versus its usual £199.99 price tag. If you want something a little more battle-tested, the HyperX Cloud II is still a decent headset even today and is currently on sale for £58.49. Corsair's HS60 PRO is a worthy alternative and is currently even cheaper, going for £45.90, but if you'd prefer to go wireless, then the Corsair Void Elite RGB Wireless gaming headset is 30% off, bringing the price down to £69.99. Logitech has the most budget friendly headset on the list with the G432, currently priced at £29.28.

For keyboards there are a lot of options to choose from, starting with the consistently popular Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 with Cherry MX switches, currently down from £149.99 to £99.99. If you're after something a bit more low-profile, then the Logitech G815 Lightsync comes with RGB and low-profile tactile keys for £97.98. The Razer Huntsman V2 Analog with Optical switches remains high-end, but it is a bit more affordable than before, with the price dropping from £249.99 to £139.99.

If you shop around, you'll find even more deals on standalone microphones, speakers, and even some Elgato streaming gear, so be sure to check out the full Black Friday deals, HERE.

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