Prime Day deals on boring, everyday computer stuff
We’ve spent the past two days collecting all the most exciting Prime Day deals for PC gaming, with everything from laptops to SSDs. However, there’s plenty more stuff that might improve your PC gaming (or home office) setup that just isn’t that exciting. We get it, a new mouse pad doesn’t quite excite the imagination like a shiny new gaming laptop, but that doesn’t make it any less important. Why not get it on sale?
This roundup is all about highlighting the best Prime Day deals that are pretty boring, but might still come in handy.
JIKIOU 3 Mouse Pad, 3-Pack | $8.53 (save $4.46)
Mouse pads that take up your entire desk or shine RGB lights are pretty fun, but if you just need the basics, this 3-pack of mouse pads is a good choice at under $9. Keep them in a drawer for when your current one gets too dirty, or give one to a friend!View Deal
Anker 63W USB Charger | $39.09 (save $21.90)
This 4-port USB wall charger is a great item to keep on your desk for charging up wireless accessories (like headsets or mice), your phone, or anything else USB-powered without taking up valuable USB ports on your PC.View Deal
MagicFiber Microfiber Cloths, 6-Pack | $8.99 (save $2.70)
Microfiber cloths are the quickest way to clean something covered in dust, smudges, and fingerprints without resorting to water—which usually isn’t an option with electronics. This pack of six cloths should last you a long time, especially since they can be hand-washed.View Deal
Tablet/Phone Stand | $18 (save $14)
If you don’t have a secondary monitor, this is a great way to keep an eye on Discord, Spotify, or other apps while you’re playing games—just slot your phone or tablet in, and place the stand next to your PC’s screen. Make sure to check the coupon button to get the full discount.View Deal
Bluetooth USB Adapter | $9.41 (save $1.88)
Many PC motherboards still don’t come with Bluetooth radios, blocking you from using VR accessories, many types of wireless headphones, and other devices with your desktop. This fixes that issue for under $10.
Corbin is a tech journalist and software developer, based in North Carolina. He plays a lot of Planet Coaster and Fallout.