Love it either No, it’s getting shorter and shorter, and we’ll all be spending more time at home over the next few months. Staying at home can be as enjoyable or relaxing as you do. Check out this weekend’s deals for games, audio, and other devices to make hibernation more pleasant. Let the robot vacuum cleaner and the smart home hub take over the boring details while you rotate the tunes and play the game.
Logitech Lightspeed G502 wireless gaming mouse for $ 100 ($ 50 off): The wireless mouse was a trade-off. You have freed yourself from the ropes at the cost of mouse lag. But the G502 uses Logitech’s USB Lightspeed adapter, which connects mouse over Wi-Fi for a 1 millisecond response time, making it indistinguishable as fast as a wired mouse.
Logitech G512 SE Wired Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for $ 50 ($ 100 off): This version features Logitech GX Blue tactile key switches with a pronounced click through each keystroke. They are most similar to the Cherry MX switches in blue. Blues are notoriously loud (and glorious), but they feel great when knocked. They are less ideal for fast-paced action like shooters and better for RPGs and strategy games. Read our Best Keyboard guide for more details on switches.
17.3-inch Gigabyte Aorus 7 gaming laptop with Core i7 and RTX 2060 for $ 1,229 ($ 370 off): Sometimes you need a console, you can take it and take it anywhere. That usually means a trade-off in performance, as laptops have more cooling concerns than desktops. But this Aorus comes with a 512 gigabyte SSD for storing your games, as well as a dedicated Intel Core i7 processor and graphics card so you don’t fall behind on your team.
Logitech G600 MMO Wired Optical Gaming Mouse for $ 25 ($ 55 off): If you don’t mind handling the strings, you can save quite a bit of money on this mouse. G600 has 20 buttons for you to map to in-game functions or to save time when you’re hacking a word processor.
Katamari Damacy Reroll (Convert) for $ 13 ($ 7 off): This is an easy-to-play, low-stress game that follows old WIRED favorites Journeys. No buttons; All games are played through the joystick. We can all sometimes use our respite from intense boss fights and push button combinations.
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