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Amazon Prime Day 2019 in Australia: the best PC gaming deals

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UPDATE 17/07: Australia’s 2019 Prime Day event has officially ended, but there’ll still be some US deals trickling through until 5pm this evening. We’ll keep our eyes peeled for anything good and post it immediately below this note for convenience.

Our original article follows below – including any offers that are still available.

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Amazon's offering up a fair amount of PC gaming kit in this year's Prime Day sale – that includes laptops as well as monitors, keyboards, mice, headsets and other essential peripherals.

If you can't find what you're looking for in our list below, check back in at 5pm AEST on Monday, July 15 and again on Tuesday, July 16, as there'll be a whole raft of 'Global Store' deals – which ship from the US – unlocking for us Aussies at these times, right as they go live in the States.

On to the deals!

Headsets

HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset | $113.46 (was $133.32; save $19.86)

A plush and affordable set of cans with memory foam earcups and 7.1 virtual surround sound designed to fully immerse yourself in the world of the game without the distraction of uncomfortable pressure on your head. You can also grab them in a neat stylish red chrome colour option. [Note that this product ships from Amazon US.]View Deal

HyperX Cloud Flight wireless headset | $146 (usually $184; save $38)

If you're liking the idea of the above HyperX Cloud gaming headset but are more in the mood for a wireless gaming experience, this is your chance! This headset utilises a 2.4GHz wireless connection and boasts up to 30 hours of battery life.View Deal

Razer Kraken Tournament Edition | $98 (usually $122; save $24)

Boasting THX spatial audio, "custom-tuned" 50mm drivers, and gel-infused ear pads, this is a seriously luxurious pair of gaming cans. The headset works with PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, or mobile devices and features an innovative control over balancing the levels of your game and your chat.View Deal

SteelSeries Arctis 7 2019 Edition - White | $162 (usually $208; save $46)

Here's another wireless gaming headset that uses the 2.4GHz frequency for latency-free listening and offers up an impressive 24-hour battery life. It also boasts DTS Headphone:X v2.0 surround sound, so you can become one with your game world.View Deal

Keyboards & mice

Razer Huntsman Opto-Mechanical Keyboard | $162.09 (was $228.68; save $66.59)
This premium board from Razer uses "optical beam-based actuation" to work more quickly than other mechanical keyboards. Also, it has fancy RGB lights. Nifty. Save around 30% off with this Prime Day deal.View Deal

Razer DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse | $57 (was $69; save $12)

On the surface this might not seem like a such a huge deal, but the DeathAdder Elite is listed by our compatriots over at PC Gamer as their number #3 favourite gaming mouse – it's a great performer and is super comfortable (provided you're right handed) with the DeathAdder line having existed for almost Razer's entire history and remains their top-selling product. Combined that with the fact that most Australian PC retailers are selling this model for $79 or more and that $57 discounted price starts looking pretty sweet indeed.View Deal

Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition Gaming Mouse | $56 (usually $84; save $28)

For a reliable gaming tool, look no further than the Tournament Edition of the Razer Lancehead gaming mouse. An ambidextrous mouse with "esports-grade optical sensor" (16,000 DPI and 450 IPS), this is perfect for FPS and other styles of play that require lightning reflexes and reliable gear. View Deal

Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse | $89 (usually $116; save $27)

Not only is this gaming mouse built for performance, with its treu 16,000 DPI optical sensor, it also features three interchangeable side plates for swapping it up on the go. Choose between a regular forward and back button, seven buttons oriented in the style of a weapon wheel, or a 12-digit number pad to boost your gaming.View Deal

PC components

Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro Gaming Motherboard | $235.04 (was $301.71; save $66.67)
Compatible with both 8th- and 9th-gen Intel Core i processors, this gaming board offers heaps of features built around Intel's top-spec Z390 chipset, and also integrates Gigabyte's RGB Fusion engine to let you control and sync a complex RGB-lighting set up. [Note that this product ships from Amazon US.]


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SanDisk Ultra 3D 2TB SATA SSD | $312.85 (was $381.11; save $68.26)
This super high-capacity 2TB SSD uses the SATA III interface and delivers up to 560MB/s read and 530MB/s write speeds. 2TB offers heaps of space – for most gamers, that'll be enough to hold everything you're currently playing.View Deal