SteelSeries is proffering a spring sale of up to 40% off gaming headsets and mice today, and this one runs until June 13th.
But Some of these gaming headsets, mice, and mousepads through May 23rd. While the discounts on different items may range, there are some great deals to be had, including some available at new all-time lows.
SteelSeries Arctic 7P Plus (21% off)
The Arctic 7P Plus, for instance, is our pick for the intelligent wireless gaming headset for PlayStation consoles. Still, it also works with Windows PCs, the Nintendo Switch, smartphones, and the Oculus/ Meta Quest 2. While it’s on the expensive side and naturally retails for about$ 70 more than Sony’s beat 3D headset, it offers excellent battery life, USB-C charging, an easy-to-use audio dial, and rotatable ear mugs that allow for more accessible storage, and decent comfort for use during long gaming sessions. It’s genuinely compatible with the PlayStation 5’s 3D audio.
With SteelSeries’ reduction of 20 per cent on the Arctic 7P Plus, the black model drops to a new low price of$135.99 — a savings of$ 34. You also get free shipping and a carrying bag when adding the headset to your cart.
SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless (36% off)
Another notable deal from the SteelSeries spring deal is the discounted Aerox 3 Wireless. This weightless gaming mouse weighs just 68 grams, and its honeycomb design is filled with various RGB lighting. The 2022 model naturally runs$99.99 but you can get it for just$64.99 in black or white and a free mousepad when you add it to your cart.
A further strength of this mouse is that it can use either via Bluetooth or with its included2.4 GHz wireless USB dongle, which you can use to switch between two machines on the canvas. It’s announced to have up to 200 hours of battery life, but ineffective use, it lasts a couple of days at most with the lighting on. Though thankfully, it charges via USB-C.
Razer Kiyo Pro (51% off)
Still, the Razer Kiyo Pro is presently on sale at Amazon and Best Buy for$ 99. Suppose you need a webcam.99. The$ 100 discount makes the accessory more worthwhile than when it first came out, which saw it retail for$199.99. It’s got some decent specs, including the capability to capture 1080p footage at over 60 fps and a wide 103- degree field of view that you can easily crop for tighter framing — as long you don’t mind using Razer’s Synapse software.
The Kiyo Pro is a bit of a mixed bag, but it eventually does an excellent job with tricky lighting and produces smooth, detailed video. It’s just a bit precious for what it offers, and it’s missing, like 4K resolution, but the current discount makes it a far better value.