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Best Cyber Monday PC gaming deals: the best bargains still on offer into Cyber Week

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Think it's all over? Not a bit of it. There are definitely Cyber Monday PC gaming deals still on offer even though Black Friday and Cyber Monday have gone the way of international travel and hugging as a form of greeting. Yes it's now Cyber Week. Really. That's what we've come to, because capitalism can't just keep giving different prefixes to every day of the week.

So yes, some retailers will keep putting up new bargains throughout the so-called Cyber Week. Do you think Robocop wakes up every Monday and sighs 'Time for another Cyber Week?' I bet he does. It's gotta be all Cyber business all the time, being Robocop.

Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals

Razer Blade 15 Advanced | Nvidia RTX 3070 | Intel Core i7 10875H | 360Hz 1080p | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD |$2,599.99$1,799.99 at Microsoft (save $800)That's a colossal saving on a prime slice of gaming real estate, packing quality hardware from Intel and Nvidia to make sure it demolishes your games. The RTX 3070 is a great option for this thin and light chassis, as it'll knock out killer frame rates and make the most of the 360Hz display for a buttery-smooth experience too. A great saving on a great laptop.

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Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 | 14-inch | Ryzen 9 5900HS | RTX 3060 | 1080p | 144Hz | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD |$1,549.99$1,349.99 at Best Buy (save $200)The Zephyrus G14 is one of our favorite gaming laptops, and has been since it first arrived. That smaller, 14-inch form factor makes it more portable, and the RTX 3060 is the perfect match for the restricted cooling of the diminutive chassis. And that AMD Ryzen 5900HS CPU is as powerful a mobile chip as you will find today. It's a great machine at full price, and well worth your time with this hefty a discount in place.

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Gigabyte Aero 15 | 15.6-inch | Intel Core i7 11800H | Nvidia RTX 3080 | 4K AMOLED | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD |$2,199$1,899 at Newegg after rebate (save $1,100)This beauty may only come with a 60Hz screen but it's 4K and AMOLED (even better than OLED). That GPU will spit up mega frame rates, even at such ultra-high resolution, too. And paired with a powerful 11th Gen Intel CPU, plenty of RAM, and masses of storage, it's great value even before the rebate.

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Gigabyte Aero 17 HDR YD | Nvidia RTX 3080 | Intel Core i9 11980HK | 32GB RAM | 1TB + 512GB SSD | 4K IPS |$3,649.99$2,749.99 after rebate at Newegg (save $900)This is worth making the most of considering it's a machine with an RTX 3080 and 11th Gen Core i9 chip. That's topped with a gorgeous 4K IPS screen and boatloads of RAM—so great for multitasking any high-res antics. Plus lots of space to store all your games, and their high fidelity textures. This really is a steal for under $3,000.

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Gigabyte Aorus 15P YD | Nvidia RTX 3080 | Intel Core i7 11800H | 32GB RAM | 1TB SSD |$2,399$1,949 at Newegg (save $450)No immense 4K screen here, only 1080p, but who needs super high resolution when you can have speed? This RTX 3080 and Intel 11th Gen lappy is topped with a 300Hz panel and more ram than you could shake a... stick at. Right now, at under $2K, its worth a look.

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MSI GP66 Leopard | Nvidia RTX 3080 | Intel Core i7 11800H | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD |$2,299$1,799 after rebate at Newegg (save $500)For a laptop with an RTX 3080 and 11th Gen Intel CPU, this is a pretty good get. Not only do you get a smashing 240Hz screen to cater for the sky-high framerates it'll be pumping out, you also get a good amount of storage, too.

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Razer Blade 14 | Ryzen 9 5900HX | RTX 3070 | 1440p | 1TB SSD | 16GB RAM |$2,199.99$2,000.99 at Microsoft (save $199)Listed as the 'most desirable compact gaming laptop' in our guide, the Razer Blade 14 is a juicy gaming companion in any configuration. This one combines an AMD CPU and Nvidia GPU to take on todays top games even at 1440p, that's with a tasty 165Hz refresh rate, too.

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Alienware m15 R6 | Intel Core i7 11800H | Nvidia RTX 3080 | 1080p | 2TB SSD | 32GB RAM |$2,859.99$2,508.79 at Dell (save $351.20)With an RTX 3080, and an 11th Gen Intel core i7 11800H you'll be flying through those frame rates with the gaming laptop. And it's topped with a super speedy 360Hz panel, with 1ms response and Nvidia G-Sync for a competitive edge, along with boatloads of RAM and 2TB of M.2 PCIe storage to keep it all chugging along nicely.

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MSI GF65 Thin | 15.6-inch | Intel Core i7 10750H | Nvidia RTX 3060 | 1080p | 144Hz | 16GB RAM | 512GB NVMe SSD |$1,299$1,049 after $100 rebate at Newegg (save $200)A decent CPU combined with an RTX 3060 for just over a grand, you can't go wrong really. With a nippy 144Hz monitor, and 16GB of ram keeping it chugging along, you can bet it'll see you right for most gaming as it's been one of our favourites for a while. Plus, it's eligible for Black Friday Price protection.

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Gigabyte G5 KC | 15.6-inch | Intel Core i5 10500H| Nvidia RTX 3060 | 1080p | 144Hz | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD |$1,199$999 after at Newegg (save $200)We love an RTX 3060 gaming laptop with a discount, and for under $1,000, this is almost as good as it gets. That GPU and CPU combo will make for great 1080p, high-refresh gaming, and while there's not a huge amount of storage, those can be easily upgraded. As can the battery, and you can even add in a HDD if you so fancy.

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Gigabytge G5 | 15.6-inch | Intel Core i5 11400H | Nvidia RTX 3050 | 1080p | 144Hz | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD |$1,199$849 at Newegg after rebate (save $350)A solid laptop at a very decent price, the Gigabyte G5 is a good way to take your Steam library on the road if you're looking for something a little more practical than, say, a Steam Deck. And don't forget the $100 rebate!

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MSI Pulse GL66 | 15.6-inch | Intel Core i7 11800H | Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti | 1080p | 144Hz | 16GB RAM | 1TB HDD + 512GB SSD |$1,299$999 after $100 rebate at Newegg (save $300)A laptop with a great CPU and a pretty nippy current-gen GPU for under a grand is not to be taken lightly. It's a step-down in terms of GPU to the laptop above, which isn't ideal if you're purely gaming on this machine, though it comes with far more storage space and a better eight-core CPU for more editing and productivity smarts.

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Cyber Monday office laptop deals

ThinkPad L14 Gen 2 Intel | 14-inch | Intel Core i7 1165G7 | Integrated Intel Xe graphics | 1080p | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD |$2,369$1,160.81 at Lenovo (save $1,184.50)Lenovo may have been a little generous with its reported saving on this one, but nonetheless, this laptop comes with a great processor backing it up: Intel's Core i7 1165G7. This chip is fast and quick, and comes with the top Intel Xe graphics that we've tested out ourselves in gaming. Combine that with great storage and RAM capacity, and you're looking at a do-it-all productivity pad.

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ASUS VivoBook SB55 | i5 1135G7 | 1080p | 512GB SSD | 8GB RAM |$689.99$499.99 at Staples (save $190)With an 11th gen Intel processor, this thin, light lappy is bound to see you right for $540. It doesn't have the mega core-count of some chips, but Hyper-Threading means performance is practically doubled from previous generations. It can also boost up to 4.9 GHz from 2.4 GHz if your workload depends on it.

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ThinkBook 15 Gen 3 AMD | 15-inch | AMD Ryzen 5 5500U | Integrated AMD Radeon Graphics | 1080p | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD |$1,129$733.85 at Lenovo (save $395.15)If you want a portable machine for remote access to your documents in the cloud, this ThinkBook offers a decent processor at a good price. It doesn't offer particularly beefy specs, and you definitely won't be able to game on this one, but it offers enough for a lightweight and backpack-friendly work or school laptop. Just bear in mind this laptop was a touch cheaper earlier in the week, and so may drop in price again.

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Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals

Samsung Odyssey G7 | 28-inch | 4K | IPS | 144Hz$799.99$649.99 at Best Buy (save $150)Samsung's G7 is a popular screen, and that's no doubt thanks to its great panel quality and high refresh rate. It's definitely not the cheapest 4K monitor going, but for that extra cash you get a great build quality and rapid speed, perfect for competitive gaming. It also supports both Nvidia and AMD variable refresh rate technologies, and comes with a flattering IPS panel.

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BenQ EL2870U | 28 inch | 4K | 60Hz | 1ms response time | FreeSync |$299.99$249.99 at Amazon (save $50)BenQ's EL2870U is an excellent low-cost path to 4K: The 60Hz refresh rate may put off competitive shooter fans, but the image quality is outstanding. "For those wanting 4K and HDR on a budget, it’s easy to recommend," we said in our 89% review. And at this price, it's even easier.

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Samsung Odyssey G9 | 48.7-inch | Ultrawide | QLED | 240Hz |$1,399.99$979.99 at Amazon (save $420)Reportedly in stock soon. Here, you're getting supreme 5120 x 1440 pixels spanning 49 inches to wrap yourself in your favorite game worlds. It's QLED, so not as impressive as OLED tech, but you do get a speedy 240Hz monitor from a trusted manufacturer, and AMD Freesync and Nvidia G-Sync compatibility.

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Asus TUF Gaming VG35VQ | 35" | 21:9 curved screen | 100 Hz | 1ms response time | FreeSync |$479.00$444.00 at BHPhotoVideo (save $35)This doesn't look like a huge saving but for whatever reason this retailer's starting point is much lower than the competition: this same screen has a list price of $570 to $613 elsewhere. The screen size and curvature make this something of a luxury gaming monitor.

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Cooler Master GM34-CW | 34-inch | Ultrawide | VA | 144Hz |$749$629 at B&H Photo (save $120)The impeccable colour you get from this immense 34-inch screen in pretty nice, and the contrast isn't bad either. This is a 3440 x 1440p VA panel which is a good resolution for this size monitor. For gaming you get a 144Hz refresh to make the most of high frame rates, and G-Sync and Freesync, to boot.

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Razer Raptor | 27-inch | 1440p | 144Hz | 7ms response time | FreeSync |$699.99$499.99 at Target (save $200)This monitor boasts both high-end performance and serious style, with a stand you'll never want to go back from. This is a 144Hz panel while a very recent hardware refresh saw Razer get that up to 165Hz—but I for one wouldn't notice the difference, and that's why this beautiful display is enjoying a chonky $200 off.

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Samsung Odyssey G7 | 26.9-inch | 1440p | 240Hz$699.99$499.99 at B&H (save $200)Another option on the G7 is to drop down to 1440p and save a little extra money. It does pop you up to 240Hz at the same time, and are you really going to miss the 1.1-inch reduction in size? Well, only you can answer that.

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Aorus FI32U | 32-inch | 4K | IPS | 144Hz |$999.99$899.99 at Newegg (save $100)4K is best viewed above 32-inches, and you don't really want to forgo on picture quality when you're paying for extra pixels. That's why this 32-inch, IPS is a great fit for gaming, helped along massively by a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. Now all you need is a great graphics card to feed it with a constant flow of frames.

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Aorus FV43U | 43-inch | 4K | VA QLED | 144Hz |$1,099.99$849.99 at Newegg (save $250)If you want to go bigger than your peers, then this 43-inch monitor is a good fit. You lose out on the quality IPS of the smaller screen, but instead, you get a VA with Quantum Dot tech. Note this is an 'open box' discount, so it's worth checking you're happy with that before buying.

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Acer Predator XB271HU | 27-inch | 1440p | IPS | 144Hz |$469.99$399.99 at Amazon (save $70)For Acer's flagship monitor this is a great deal. We hold a special place in our hearts for the Predator. The IPS panel may not have the best colours and contrast around, but it's built for performance. With a 4ms response time and an overclockable 144Hz refresh, you'll be flying in competitive games.

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MSI Optix MAG321CQR | 32-inch | 1440p | VA | 144Hz |$479.99$309.99 at Amazon (save $170)This is a huge saving on a quality 1440p VA panel that can make for some silky smooth refresh rates. The 1800R curve is subtle enough to add to the immersive experience without getting in the way too. It's FreeSync and G-Sync compatible too.

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AOC C32G2ZE | 32-inch | 1080p | VA | 240Hz |$329.99$279.99 at Amazon (save $50)32 inches may make 1080p seem a tad stretched, but this is still a pretty good deal on a vast, curved gaming monitor—that's even without the ridiculous 0.5ms response, and 240Hz refresh rate. Here you're getting excellent contrast, accurate color, and AMD FreeSync to help reduce screen tear.

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Asus ROG Swift PG259QN | 24.5-inch | 1080p | 360Hz |$699.99$489.99 at Amazon (save $210)This 1080p gaming monitor offers a ridiculously fast refresh rate, and so will need one of the newer G-Sync compatible graphics cards to make the most of it. ROG Swift's IPS panels are great, though, offering deep, clear colors while still providing good response times. It's a little on the small size, but if you're short of space, this is worth your consideration.

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Cyber Monday TV deals

LG OLED C1 | 48-inch | 4K | 120Hz | 1ms response time | HDMI 2.1 | G-Sync/FreeSync |$1,296.99$1,096.99 at Amazon (save $200)This is the granddaddy of OLED TVs, not just for watching on, but for gaming, too. It's fully cut-out for fast-paced gaming, whether you're rigging up a gaming PC or next-gen console to it. This definitely feels like the pinnacle of TVs for us in 2021, and it sets an exciting precedent for big-screen gaming to come.

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LG 65 Class C1 Series | 65-inch | OLED | 4K |$2,099.99$1,799.99 at Best Buy (save $300)Why settle for a 55-inch TV when you could go massive and grab this 65-inch bad boy instead. You still get support for 120Hz gaming via HDMI 2.1 and wonderful picture quality thanks to the OLED tech that makes this screen tick. A decent saving on a quality screen.

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Samsung 4K QLED (2021) | 65-inch | Quantum Dot |$1,699.99$1,397.99 at Newegg (save $302)This Samsung 4K QLED is actually a pretty good fit for gaming. You know why? It comes with a 120Hz refresh rate, and for a TV its response time isn't all too bad at 13ms either. Nice.

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Samsung QLED Q70A | 55-inch | 4K | Quantum Dot |$1,099.99$847.99 at Amazon (save $252)Samsung make great TVs, and great TV panels. And the Quantum Dot filter, while it isn't OLED levels (don't be confused by that tortuous QLED name), it still delivers an impressive color gamut. And for well under a grand you're getting a big-screen 2021 TV.

BenQ X1300i 4LED | 1080p HDR | 120Hz 8.3ms Input Lag I Android TV |$1199.00$1099.00 at Amazon (save $100)This gaming projector is backed by exceptional brightness, so sunlight shouldn't be an issue. It comes with built-in speakers and auto color calibration.

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BenQ TK700STi | 4K HDR | 1.2x Zoom | 16ms Input Lag | Android TV$1,699.00$1,399.00 at Best Buy (save $300)

Another top-notch projector on sale and for $300 less than the original price. If you weren't thinking about getting a gaming projector, you are now! Being a short throw projector means there's less faff when looking for a place to put it. It should work from your coffee table so no need to hang it overhead or tuck it somewhere behind the sofa.

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Cyber Monday SATA SSD deals

Samsung 870 QVO | 2TB | SATA |$229.99$179.99 at Best Buy (save $50)This is a pretty good price for a big ol' chunk of SSD storage. If you're looking to boot the hard drives out of your rig, then this is one of the more affordable ways of doing so. Samsung's a good brand, and while the 870 QVO is nothing to get excited about in terms of performance, it'll serve you well.

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Samsung 870 EVO | 1TB | SATA |$169.99$109.99 at Best Buy (save $60)This is a pretty nippy little sata SSD, renowned for its consistency in 530MB/s read and around 510MB/s write speed averages. And there's enough space here to rid yourself of that pesky HDD for good—and it's especially worth is for that price.

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Best Cyber Monday PC gaming deals: the best bargains still on offer into Cyber Week

Western Digital Blue | 1TB | SATA |$189.99$89.99 at Best Buy (saving $100)Best Buy may be pushing it a bit with that saving as this drive hasn't been that much for years, but this is still a 1TB SATA drive from a respected brand for under $90. It'll outperform a hard drive any day of the week, and it won't be as hot or noisy when doing so. Reads peak at 560MB/s with writes a little slow at 530MB/s, but both are close to the interface's maximum throughput.

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Cyber Monday external SSD deals

SanDisk Extreme Portable | 1TB | USB 3.2 |$239.99$129.99 at Best Buy (save $110)This IP55 rated drive is dust-proof and water-resistant, is sturdy enough to survive being dropped, and features hardware encryption to keep the contents private too. With transfer speeds up to 1,050MB/s over USB 3.2 Gen 2 it's no slouch when it comes to throwing files around either. And hey, it looks pretty good too.

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Cyber Monday gaming chair deals

Goplus Gaming Racing Chair w/LED|$369.99$209.99 at Walmart (save $160)Let's be clear: This chair looks absolutely ridiculous, and like a lot of cheap gaming chairs it's probably not built to last. Its LED lighting is almost surely tacky as hell. But if you live for that over-the-top RGB life, by god, this is the glowy chair for you.

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Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 Black | 4D armrests |$599$469 at Secretlab (save $140)This is our pick for the best gaming chair, and you'll know why once you sit in it. Or read our review. As for this specific design, it is one of the more understated of the lot. Its not as sensual to the touch as the Softweave fabric choice, but still boasts immaculately upholstered, premium quality Neo Hybrid Leatherette, and of course fantastic ergonomics.

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Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 Plush Pink | 4D armrests |$619$489 at Secretlab (save $130)Nothing makes a statement like a baby pink gaming chair, but of course there are other colours to chose from. It's a standout choice for the Softweave Plus Fabric design, and is a top tier design, pink or not.

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Secretlab Omega Classic | 4D armrests |$499$359 at Secretlab (save $140)Wrapped in Secretlab prime 2.0 PU Leather, this Classic Omega gaming chair is the more reasonably priced choice. It may not come with magnetic headrests but it's highly adjustable, and there are more designs to choose from than with the Titan.

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Secretlab Omega SoftWeave 2020 Series | 4D armrests |$429$389 at Secretlab (save $30)Until the latest refresh, the Secretlab Omega was our favorite gaming chair, and it's still a great option. With a modest discount it's still not 'cheap' but this SoftWeave version is beautiful to sit on, and super comfortable too.

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Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody | 300 lbs max | 2D armrests |$1,595$1,355.75 at Herman Miller (save $240)Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody is one of our favorite gaming chairs. It has incredible back support, cooling material for active gaming positions, and a 12-year warranty. It's pricey, but worth it, and we rarely see it discounted.

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DXRacer Master | 353 lbs max | 4D armrests |$629.99$408.90 at Walmart (save $221.01)It's not the easiest thing to put together, but the DXRacer Master has earned a place among those on our best gaming chairs guide for a reason. It's not the cheapest option but its the most modular, highly ergonomic and we're totally convinced it could survive a nuclear blast.

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Staples Emerge Vortex | 275 lbs max | Flip-up armrests |$229.99$129.99 at Staples (save $100)The Emerge Vortex is an inexpensive path to a stylish gaming chair, but offers all the basics: Height and tilt adjustments, lumbar support, flip-up armrests, and a built-in headrest. And if the black-grey combo doesn't turn your crank, you can also opt for brighter blue and red accents instead.

AKRacing Core Series EX | 330 lbs max | 3D armrests |$479$311.99 at Best Buy (save $167.01)Usually almost $500, this is a hulking saving. It's not the most well padded and in full recline apparently feels a little precarious, but it's comfortable, well built, and great for wider folks.

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Herman Miller Aeron Chair | Three sizes | Adjustable arms |$1,495$1,270.75 at Herman Miller (save $231.75)The Aeron has long been office chair royalty. It's highly customisable, like the Embody above, but is made from lighter, mesh fabrics. It's very comfortable, too, though we do prefer the gaming stylings of the Embody as well. Still, the Aeron is a great option if you're willing to invest in your desk setup with a superb ergonomic chair.

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Vertagear SL5000| 330 lbs max | 4D armrests | head cushion |$459.99$389.99 at Vertagear (save $70)The Vertagear SL5000 offers all the features you'd expect from a gaming chair at this price, and that means plenty of adjustability and style. One thing it offers that others don't, however, and it is an expensive optional extra, is RGB LED lighting around the top of the chair. I mean if that's your style, it certainly has a unique selling point. It is $239.99 on sale, though. Ouch.

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Staples Emerge Vartan | 275 lbs max | Center tilt |$269.99$169.99 at Staples (save $100)Another lower-priced option, the Staples Emerge Vartan is an upgrade over the Vortex, with a bonded leather back and seat, a higher back, office chair-style center tilt, and adjustable lumbar support. It also comes with additional head and lumbar pillows, supports up to 275 pounds, and offers an extra color option: The Vartan is available with blue, white, red, and purple accents.

Vertagear PL1000 | 330 lbs max | 2D armrests | head cushion |$329.99$279.99 at Vertagear (save $50)This chair is a fairly simple beast, but that means you get the basics done well and none of the fluff. Head cushion, back support, and a selection of nicely stitched finishes compliment the PL1000's price.

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Cyber Monday gaming microphone and streaming deals

Shure MV7 Podcast Microphone | USB or XLR | Unidirectional Cardioid |$249$219 at Amazon (save $30)This is our favorite microphone and is on sale for the cheapest price we've ever seen. Sure, the Shure MV7 at $219 sure ain't cheap, but it's a mic capable of impeccable sound reproduction on an almost professional level. The fact it offers both XLR and USB connections are proof positive of that, too.

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Blue Yeti Nano | USB | Multiple pickup patterns |$99.99$79.99 at Amazon (save $20)Blue mics have been the gold standard for streaming microphones for the longest time, and the Yeti Nano carries on that tradition with an affordable, accurate, but simple design that packs all sound quality of the Yetis that have gone before it. And it's got a great name. Makes me think of a tiny abominable snowman, and that pleases me.

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Elgato HD60 S Capture Card | 1080p | 60 fps |$179.99$129.99 at Amazon (save $40)This is our pick of the best capture cards around for its ease-of-use and general all-round power. It's capable of capturing up to 1080/60 making it perfect for any capture and streaming you might want to do without the massive overheads of a 4K resolution.

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Elgato HD60 Pro | 1080p | 60 fps |$170.99$99.95 at Amazon (save $71.04)The HD60 Pro might just be the step-up in quality you need to take your recordings to the next level. It's the perfect beginner's capture card and will take the encoding load off your GPU at bitrates up to 60 Mbps.

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Razer Kiyo Pro | 1080p | 60 fps | HDR at 30 fps | Adaptive light sensor |$199.99$149.99 at Gamestop (save $50)The Kiyo Pro ditches the cheaper Kiyo's built-in ring light for an adaptive light sensor which makes this one of the best webcams to deal with low light settings. It delivers an impressively sharp 1080p image, and its autofocus is quick and it has reliable white balance, too.

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Cyber Monday gaming keyboard deals

Corsair K100 | Optical Mechanical linear switch | 4K Hz polling rate | per-key RGB |$229.99$179.99 at Amazon (save $50)Top of our best gaming keyboards, this opto-mechanical wonder is super responsive, and nicely premium when it comes to build quality. It's certainly worth a look, though you'll have to get both Elgato and iCue softwares to make it work. Still, the only other downside was the price, and this is a decent discount.

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Logitech G413 | Mechanical Romer-G switch | USB Passthrough |$89.99$59.99 at Amazon (save $30)Logitech has put together a very safe keyboard in the G413, and one we've come to appreciate for its simplicity and function. It's mechanical, using Logitech's own Romer-G switches, and is built to last. Only thing is it's available with red lighting and not RGB. I know that'll be a dealbreaker for some, but for a mechanical keyboard it's great value.

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Razer Cynosa Chroma | Low profile |$59.99$31.09 at Amazon (Save $29)The Chroma is already a great budget board, but at almost half price its worth consideration even despite it being membrane board. What's great is you get a low profile, spill resistant keyboard from a trusted manufacturer.

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Razer Huntsman V2 Analog | Opto-mechanical |$199.99$149.99 at Amazon (Save $50)Okay, so it's a refurbished keyboard, but this is very cheap for a rather supreme gaming keyboard so it's worth checking out. Optical switches make it faster than your average mechanical board, and you get a wrist rest as well. Not too shabby.

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Cyber Monday gaming headset deals

HyperX Cloud II | Wired | Closed-back |$99.99$59 at Amazon (save $40.99)As the wired version of the Cloud II, you don't get the same freedom as the wireless model, but you still get some supreme quality cans. And with a detachable mic, 7.1 surround, and a sturdy, light frame, these will see you right in comfort.

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HyperX Cloud Alpha S | Wired | Closed-back |$129.99$79.99 at Best Buy (Save $50)Similar to the Cloud II, the Alpha S has great quality sound and reliable build quality behind it, with a little more frequency range. Its USB adapter also makes it more versatile for cross-platform usage. We gave it an 82 in our Cloud Alpha S review, so you can bet it's a cracking headset, but particularly so at this price.

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Razer BlackShark V2 X | Wired | Closed-back |$59.99$39.99 at Best Buy (save $20)With a spectacular range of sound, and impeccable comfort this is already a great headset, and that's without mentioning its understated look with sharp, distinctive Razer green accent. Along with 7.1 surround sound, all this makes for a cracking deal.

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Drop + Sennheiser PC37X gaming headset | Wired | Open-back|$120$95 at Drop (save $25)The EPOS (née Sennheiser) Game One's have been a very popular gaming headset for a while now, and these Drop versions take that formula and deliver it at a decent price with discount. It's not often we see many open-back gaming headsets, with a microphone included, and that makes for a more open, wider sound without having to buy separate gear.

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Drop + Sennheiser HD 6XX headphones | Wired | Open-back |$220$179 at Drop (save $41)This pair of headphones is based on the venerable Sennheiser HD 650s, which our Jacob just so happens to own. He loves his pair and couldn't recommend them enough if you're just getting into high-end audio. These HD 6XX are reportedly as much a match for the HD 650s, too, though they come in a swanky blue instead of Sennheiser's grey. You'll want an amp/DAC for these, which Drop also offer in the O2, though Jacob recommends a Schiit combo. He's not joking.

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Drop + Sennheiser HD 8XX headphones | Wired | Open-back |$1,100$949 at Drop (save $151)The Sennheiser HD 800 S are our Jacob's dream headphones, and these HD 8XX from Sennheiser and Drop are made in their image. They're pretty darn similar, too, with the same construction and factory of origin. Yet the HD 8XX have been tweaked a little bit, which reportedly makes them slightly less neutral sounding than the HD 800 S, and so ultimately offer a different listening experience.

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Corsair HS70 Pro | Wireless | 16hr battery | Closed-back |$99.99$76.98 at Amazon (save $23)Corsair impresses with its budget take on the wireless headset, featuring impressively robust build quality and an overall no-nonsense headset. The sound quality is really impressive for the money too. The battery life isn't as strong as some, but it's still a decent offering, especially at this reduced price.

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Logitech G935 | Wireless | 12hr battery | Closed |$169.99$109.99 at Newegg (Save $60)A little edgy looking, but still a well rounded headset. You don't get the immense frequency response range that some have, but they're comfortable, and come with surround sound. Being wireless they're also freeing, so that's nice.

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Cyber Monday CPU deals

AMD Ryzen 9 5950X | 16-core, 32-thread | 105W |$799.99$718.89 at Amazon (save $82)If you need true CPU power, then this is the processor you want. It's still a big pile of cash for a processor, but if you're a gamer that also has a creative bent, then this will pay for itself quickly enough. 3D rendering, video encoding, and raw number-crunching all benefit from the huge amount of cores on offer here. That it's an awesome gaming chip as well is just the icing on the cake.

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AMD Ryzen 7 5700G | eight-Core, 16-thread | 65W |$359$309.99 at Best Buy (save $50)This isn't a massive saving, to be fair, but given you don't need a graphics card with this capable APU for some light gaming, it's still a decent bargain. You get a full-fat eight-core, 16-thread chip that will handle serious tasks every bit as well as more expensive offerings. We liked this chip a lot when we reviewed it. It comes with a cooler too.

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Intel Core i3 10100F | four-core, eight-thread | 65W |$129$91.89 at Amazon (save $37)There was once a time when a four-core/eight-thread CPU such as this would've ruled the lineup as the top Core i7. Those days are over, and have been for a while, and now you can find a chip that's equally as good for gaming under $100. Pick up a cheaper 400-series chipset and you'll be able to build a more than capable gaming PC with this at its heart. Just bear in mind you will need a discrete GPU for this, as there's no iGPU on the chip.

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Intel Core i5 11600K | six-core, 12-thread | 125W |$299.99$229.99 at Newegg (save $70)Of all the 11th Gen chips, it was the Core i5 11600K that stood out to us as a good deal for gamers. That said, it's recently been replaced by the more capable Core i5 12600K, though you can't find that for anywhere near as cheap. Bonus here is you can also save cash on a cheaper motherboard, so it's all-round a great pick for a budget PC.

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Cyber Monday RAM deals

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB | 2x 8GB | 3200MT/s | C16 |$102.99$75.99 at Amazon (save $27)This is a great memory kit for both AMD and Intel-powered machines, with a decent speed and low latency. It's not quite the rapid pace of DDR5, which has now entered the scene, but it's a great kit nonetheless. The price of this kit fluctuates weekly, but this is a low asking price for this RAM over the past year.

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Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB | 2x 8GB | 3200MT/s | C16 |$119.99$74.99 at Amazon (save $45)See that cheaper RAM above? This is pretty much the same except with RGB lighting. No judgement here. We like RGB RAM as much as the next person, so if that's your jam and you're willing to pay for it, this is a pretty sweet discount.

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G.Skill Ripjaws V | 32GB | 2x 16GB | DDR4-3200 | $99.99 at NeweggYou'll struggle to find this much system memory, at this speed, for this little cash. G.Skill is a well-known brand, too, so this isn't some bargain basement kit either. If anyone's feeling the need to give their gaming rig or video editing suite a sweet upgrade this is one of the most affordable ways to do so.

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Corsair Vengeance SO-DIMM RAM | 32GB | 2x 16GB | DDR4 | 3,200MT/s | CAS 22 |$147.99$137.99 at Newegg (save $10)Corsair's Vengeance RAM has found a home in many a desktop PC, but there's also a mobile equivalent if you fancy it. This isn't as cheap as the Crucial stuff we've seen, nor at such a discount, but the price for this kit has been dropping over the year, and it's currently sitting at its lowest price ever by my reckoning. Corsair doesn't specify who makes the RAM chips for every kit, but it has been known to use Samsung, SK Hynix, and Micron chips in the past. So a bit of everything.

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G.Skill Ripjaws SO-DIMM RAM | 64GB | 2x 32GB | DDR4 | 3200MT/s | CAS 22 |$202.99$179.99 at Newegg (save $23)This kit may be overkill for a pure gaming machine, but PC gamers often pay no attention to those sorts of sensibilities. If you're using your laptop for a lot more than gaming, however, this is definitely a great upgrade, and one of few you can do to your laptop to make it purr. This kit is down to its lowest price we've seen it at ever, so now might be the time to take a plunge. Just make sure your laptop supports up to 64GB of memory. Some don't.

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Cyber Monday networking deals

Asus RT-AX88U AX6000 Wi-Fi 6 Router | Wi-Fi 6 | Dual-band | 8x Gigabit LAN ports | 1.8GHz quad-core PCU |$348.99$259.99 at Amazon (save $90)This Asus router sits at the top of our best gaming routers guide, and with good reason. Great speeds, plenty of useful features for gamers, and support for Wi-Fi 6 all add up to a top-tier offering. That it's enjoying a healthy saving in theseason is the icing on the wireless cake.

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TP-Link C5400X | Wi-Fi 5 | Tri-band | 1.8GHz CPU | 8x Gigabit LAN ports |$279.99$229.99 at Amazon (Save $50)This Wi-Fi 5 router is particularly speedy on its 5GHz band and is easy to use. Even at its normal price, it's worth buying for its range and simple QoS management.

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TP-Link Archer A7 | Wi-Fi 5 | Dual-band | 4x Gigabit LAN ports | 2.4GHz |$79.99$49.99 at Amazon (Save $30)While not an abnormal price for this router, this is still a great opportunity to upgrade to a Wi-Fi 5 router that supports 5GHz connections if you don't already have one. This router has solid speeds and is easy to set up too.

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Netgear Nighthawk Pro XR500 |Wi-Fi 5 | Dual-band | 4 Gigabit LAN ports | 1.7GHz dual-core CPU |$249.99$199.99 at Amazon (Save $50)Netgear's first gaming router is getting on a bit at this point but that doesn't stop it from being a strong pick. Its dual-core 1.7GHz CPU, fast speeds, and four Gigabit ethernet ports make it worth picking up.

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Cyber Monday controllers and miscellaneous deals

Nvidia Shield | 4K | HDR | Android TV |$149.99$129.99 at Amazon (save $20)I would be lost without the Shield right now, as a dedicated cord-cutter this is what powers my TV. It's also the PC gamer's best friend, allowing you to stream directly from your Nvidia-based desktop rig to your big screen TV. That and GeForce Now makes it a hell of a 4K-toting, HDR lovin' package.

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Xbox Elite Series 2 |Xbox Wireless | Bluetooth | USB Type-C | 40hr battery life |$179.99$157.99 at Amazon (save $22)Simply the best PC gaming controller out there. Reassuringly weighty, robust, responsive, and it looks great, too. The rechargeable battery is a bonus, the paddles are less intrusive than before, and the three profile options are more than welcome as well.

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Airpods Pro |$249$197 at Amazon (save $52)Reportedly in stock soon. Yes, that's right: An Apple product. If you've got an iPhone then you need Airpods and Airpods Pro come with active noise cancellation, support for spatial audio, and they're a little comfier than the vanilla earbuds.

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PlayStation 5 | See stock at Tom's GuideIf you're seeking a supplementary gaming device (even though true console exclusives are rarer than ever), our friends at Tom's Guide are keeping track of PS5 stock. (It's hard to find a PS5 period, so there are no discounts.)

Xbox Series X/S | See stock at Tom's GuideLike the PS5, a new Xbox Series X is hard to find, and Tom's Guide has all the details on restocks. You'll have better luck getting a Series S than a Series X, but alternatively, may we interest you in a personal computer?

Cyber Monday is set for November 29, 2021, trawling Black Friday like a lovesick puppy. The temptation is to look at Cyber Monday like the unwanted sibling of Black Friday, with just the dregs left on offer. But while it's still going to be tough to get the goods shipped ahead of Christmas, retailers will often have a stock of great deals set aside for Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday also kicks off Cyber Week, where you may find a bunch of other deals on PC hardware to stretch out the sales season.