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Most players get rid of wireless mice because of laggy performance and fear of battery-dead centering. The G602 promises 250 hours of battery life and game-class wireless. Even if you don't believe it, $ 25 is so low it's worth giving it a shot.
HyperX's Alloy FPS RGB mechanical keyboard is for sale for $ 80 ($ 30 off) and it's more for serious players. But if you just like RGB lights, media controls and game and keyboard lock modes, it's water-repellent Alloy Core. It's a membrane keyboard like most current office keyboards and laptops, so it's going to be quieter than a mechanical keyboard and possibly be more comfortable typing. For the money, you're not going to do much better.
Corsair has several keyboards reduced for Prime Day, but the only mouse is Ironclaw Wireless RGB. Designed for first-person shooters and MOBA games, the mouse can be used connected, via Bluetooth, or by using the company's Slipstream wireless technology that is virtually layer-free. Ten programmable buttons and RGB lamps are fully controlled with their iCue software.
A command center for your desktop, the MK710 has been in the Logitech range for many years, because it's good and cheap, and for Prime Day it's even cheaper. Built for comfort, there is an integrated padded wrist rest and quiet concave keys. At the top is a set of media controls and a small monochrome LCD for battery status, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock and Num Lock.
One of Corsair's best keyboards gets a steep discount for Prime Day. The RGB backlit keyboard uses Cherry MX Speed switches and has six programmable G keys for play in the game. The lighting is per key so you can adjust each to create profiles for different games. And it is all framed in brushed aluminum.