If you’re in the market for a new mouse or keyboard, now is the time to pick one up. Prime Day 2022 is right around the corner, but several of today’s most popular products are on sale leading up to the big event. Whether you need a reliable wireless keyboard or a new gaming mouse for your favorite MMO, there’s a mouse and keyboard Prime Day deal with your name on it.
From Razer and SteelSeries to Logitech and HyperX, here are the best mouse and keyboard deals available. A number of our favorite gaming keyboards and gaming mice are available for super low prices right now. In fact, some of the below deals might be better than what we’ll see next week, especially since we’ve chosen to only highlight deals on high-quality products across various price ranges. You can’t go wrong with any of options we’ve listed below.
Be sure to check back on July 12-13, as Prime Day will bring more deals on keyboards and mice at Amazon and other major retailers. For more on the upcoming sale, we have roundups focused on game deals for all three major platforms, 4K TV deals, Amazon devices, and more.
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Logitech G613 Wireless
Named the best wireless gaming keyboard in our recent keyboard roundup, the Logitech G613 Wireless is an easy recommendation at just $62. Despite the lack of wires, the G613 boasts a 1ms report rate, making it an excellent choice for gaming. Rounding out the package you’ll find several programmable keys, Romer G mechanical switches, and up to 18 months of gaming on two AA batteries.
Razer BlackWidow V3
Razer crafts some of the most popular PC accessories on the market–but they often carry a hefty price tag. The BlackWidow V3 continues that trend, although its current $98 price tag makes it a much more enticing option. Customizable RGB lights, Razer Green switches for tactile, clicky feedback, and double ABS keycaps make this a feature-complete keyboard.
Razer V3 Mini Wireless
If you like everything about the above BlackWidow V3 but want a smaller footprint, the BlackWidow V3 Mini Wireless has you covered. Not only is it smaller, but you’ll be able to connect wirelessly or through USB-C. It also manages to run for up to 200 hours without needing to charge.
Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition
The Huntsman Tournament Edition is a tenkeyless board that uses Razer Linear Optical switches for faster actuation times. It also comes with Razer’s usual assortment of RGB lights, and its all wrapped together in a premium chassis that features an aluminum faceplate for added durability.
Razer Huntsman Mini 60%
It’s not seeing quite the same discount as its larger sibling, but the Huntsman Mini 60% is available for just $90, down from $130. Aside from the smaller format, almost everything else is the same–including its linear optical switches, RGB lights, and aluminum faceplate.
HyperX Alloy Core RGB Membrane
Mechanical keyboards dominate the PC gaming world, but membrane boards are still a viable, affordable alternative. For just $30, you can snag the HyperX Alloy Core RGB Membrane, which offers quiet performance, a spill-resistant design, and dedicated media keys to quickly access your content.
SteelSeries Apex 5
This unique keyboard combines mechanical switches with a membrane. Beyond its unique switch setup, you’ll find an OLED smart display that can display game information (or Discord messages), an aluminum alloy frame, and a magnetic wrist rest that provides additional support for your hand.
It’s not quite as powerful as the G613, but the G213 is a solid choice that won’t ruin your budget. The affordable keyboard comes with a built-in wrist rest, along with a slim, spill-resistant chassis. You’ll also benefit from Logitech’s gaming software that lets you customize the function keys, change the board’s lighting, and more.
SteelSeries Aerox 9 Wireless
Built for MMO gaming, the Aerox 9 has a staggering 18 programmable buttons–most of which are located on the left side of the mouse for easy access. It’s also surprisingly light, clocking in at 89g thanks to a honeycomb design. It also managed to earn an IP54 rating, so you won’t have to worry about spills or dust impacting its performance.
SteelSeries Aerox 3
The Aerox 3 is built around a honeycomb design similar to the Aerox 9, although it doesn’t have as many customizable buttons. It’s much more affordable, however, as you can snag it for just $50 during this current sale. A wireless version is also on sale for $78.
The big selling point of the G305 is its Lightspeed Wireless technology–which gives it the same 1ms report rate of Logitech’s popular G613 keyboard. That’s reason enough to snag this mouse while it’s just $40, but it also comes with a slick design, portable form-factor, and up to 250 hours of battery life on a single AA battery.
Razer DeathAdder V2
A 20K DPI sensor, 70 million click durability, and eight programmable buttons make this one of the most versatile products available with a price tag under $40. Despite the affordable price tag, it looks just as premium as everything else in the Razer catalog, thanks to a classic black design and a handful of programmable RGB lights.
Razer DeathAdder Essential
This is the mouse to pick up if you’re on a tight budget. For just $19, you’ll get a 6400 DPI optical sensor, five programmable buttons, and mechanical switches that are backed by a two-year warranty. Throw in a reliable scroll wheel and some green LEDs, and it’s easy to see why the DeathAdder Essential is such a great budget gaming mouse.
Razer Basilisk X Wireless
Built with a striking, angular design, the Razer Basilisk X immediately looks like a gaming mouse. It has the specs to back up the appearance, with six programmable buttons, up to 450 hours of battery life, mechanical switches that support up to 50 million clicks, and a 16,000 DPI optical sensor.
SteelSeries Prime Wireless
The SteelSeries Prime was designed with input from hundreds of esports professionals, so you know you’re getting a comfortable product. Underneath its ergonomic design are optical magnetic switches for a fast response time and a sensor that’ll track every movement.
SteelSeries Level Up Gaming Bundle
This all-in-one kit comes with an Apex 3 keyboard, Rival 3 mouse, and QcK mousepad. All of them are built to the usual SteelSeries standards, and the new $60 price point makes it a great way to easily upgrade your battlestation.
HyperX Pulsefire Dart
The HyperX Pulsefire Dart is getting a steep $60 price cut, now listed for just $40. The wireless mouse features an impressive Pixart 3389 sensor and is designed with leatherette grips for improved support during use. And with a 1ms report rate, it’ll easily handle any game you throw at it.