Amazon Fall Prime Day has officially concluded. If you missed out on the two-day discount extravaganza, there's no need to worry. Many of the top Prime Day deals are still available and in stock. If you're still interested in upgrading your hardware while saving money, we highly recommend checking out the remaining deals.
The MSI Aegis R, powered by an RTX 4070, priced at $1,500, catches attention due to its notable feature of a 2TB SSD, offering nearly double the storage compared to other systems on sale this week. The PC itself is impressive as well, boasting a current-generation Core i7 CPU and RTX 4070 GPU combination, ensuring powerful performance.
At the beginning of Prime Day, I came across a highly impressive TUF gaming monitor with a 1440p resolution priced at $200. Surprisingly, it is cheaper than certain 1080p monitors that were on sale, providing an affordable option for experiencing 1440p gaming. I have personally used this monitor before, and although I wasn't particularly impressed with the contrast, it boasts fast response times, ergonomic design, and performs exceptionally well as a secondary monitor.
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The JBL Quantums, priced at $70, present an appealing option for both gaming and workout purposes. Their dual-mode connectivity allows you to connect them to your phone using Bluetooth, while also providing a 2.4GHz USB Type-C dongle for lag-free gaming. This feature makes them suitable for various activities without compromising on audio quality.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha wireless gaming headset, priced at $150, seems to possess a touch of sorcery. Not only does this headset deliver exceptional sound quality, but it also provides an astonishing 300 hours of battery life. Yes, you read that correctly, it's not an exaggeration. The headset features HyperX's signature black and red color scheme, which may not appeal to everyone's taste. However, considering the advantage of not having to charge it every night like some other headsets, I personally find it acceptable.
2023 has proven to be a favorable year for affordable SSDs, and Prime Day upheld this trend. The Lexar NM790 2TB NVMe SSD priced at $87 stood out as the top SSD I came across, although its availability has been inconsistent. However, there's no need to worry, as the 1TB WD SN850X, recognized as one of the finest SSDs for gaming, is still in stock and remains significantly discounted at $60.
Continuing with the topic of affordable storage, my preferred external SSD, the Samsung T7 Shield, is also on sale at $80 for the 1TB model. It is an excellent drive for travel purposes and is quite resilient to withstand various environmental conditions. Oh, and it's available in a stylish blue color as well!