5-star mechanical keyboards with up to 74% discount and a Lenovo laptop with 48% off on Amazon right now
Another day another deal on Amazon. Yesterday Razer held a huge sale of peripherals on the online retailer but if you missed it don’t worry – today you get a second chance to buy some high-quality gear at a significantly reduced price.
If you are in search of peripheral gaming devices, you can check out two great keyboards with mechanical switches. The first one is manufactured by KrBn. The keyboard has mechanical Blue Switches which are said to be equivalent to Cherry Green switches and provide high-speed haptic feedback and audible click sound. The keyboard is also fully LED backlit with nine stunning multi-color LED backlight patterns and eight game lighting modes. This model is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars. What’s most interesting that the price cut is the whopping 74% or a $185 save. The regular price of the device is $249.99 which means that it’s high-class but now you can order it for just $64.99 from here: http://amzn.to/2oibsvm
The second keyboard is the GAMDIAS HERMES 7. This keyboard features seven color backlight with 14 lighting effect presets five of which are customizable. You also get a metal plate so the keyboard should look nice and feel sturdy. We haven’t tested is ourselves but we believe that if it got a 5/5 stars rating it should be good. The $99.99 device is reduced by 46% now selling at only $46.02 – quite a bargain if you want to enter the gaming world with a cheap mechanical keyboard. You can order yours from here: http://amzn.to/2nqvxM5
Moving away from peripherals, a Lenovo notebook is offered at an attractive price. The Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 11E (3rd Gen) which is an 11.6-inch touchscreen convertible notebook. The notebook is sold for $299.99 which a 48% save. This little laptop won’t grab your attention with its specs but if you consider what features it provides you will see why it is a good deal. For 300 buck you get a touchscreen convertible device so you can use it as a tablet as well as a regular notebook. You get 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of SSD storage which isn’t that bad considering the price. Many Chinese notebooks offer similar or better specs for a lower price but build quality is often an issue. In the case of the Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 11E, this shouldn’t bother you. Keeping in mind that it is from the Thinkpad series it should be built sturdy and reliable as it went through military-grade testing. You also get the iconic Lenovo AccuType keyboard where keys have a slight curve to offer better typing experience. If you are interested in this model you can purchase it from here: http://amzn.to/2nmhMgo