Razer’s May sale sees price drops on keyboards, controllers and more
Everybody loves a good sale.
If you plan on avoiding the upcoming summer heat and prefer to stay inside where there are video games and air conditioning, gaming peripheral maker Razer just dropped a May sale that highlights four different products for your gaming enjoyment.
While none of them are the new Star Wars line of products, sadly, there are still some pretty good deals so make sure to check them out below.
Razer Ornata Chroma keyboard
If you are looking for a new keyboard, but aren’t looking for a full mechanical offering, the Ornata Chroma might be the one for you.
Combining the satisfying click of a mechanical keyboard with the soft cushion of a membrane keyboard, the Ornata Chroma is currently 20% off, taking the price from $99.99 down to $79.99.
Razer Nari Essential headset
Want to drown out the sounds of your neighbors enjoying the sunlight while you grind out gear on The Division 2? Hate wires? The Nari Essential headset could fit the bill.
Featuring wireless audio with 16 hours of battery life, the Nari Essential also houses THX Spatial Audio. This is basically a fancy term for 360-degree audio, meaning you can hear your opponents’ footsteps or bullets and know exactly which direction they are coming from.
The Razer Nari Essential is currently on sale for $89.99, down from its usual $99.99.
Xbox controllers and arcade sticks
For Xbox gamers, Razer is also offering some deals on two different controllers.
One, the Razer Wolverine Tournament edition is a traditional-shaped controller but features a bunch of bells and whistles to separate it from a standard controller. There’s a hair-trigger mode which makes activating the triggers easier and quicker and there are also extra, remappable buttons, allowing you to customize your button configuration in a plethora of ways. Normally $119.99, the Wolverine Tournament edition is currently on sale for $94.99.
If arcade and fighting games are more your style, Razer is offering its Atrox Arcade Stick for a discounted price, as well. Featuring eight large buttons and an arcade-style movement stick, the arcade stick is on sale for $159.99, down from its usual $199.99 price tag.
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