We've covered a lot of PC gaming deals here on TechRadar for Prime Day, but in the ocean of matte black and silver, there were a few bargains that caught my eye, like a rose-colored beacon. Many of you will likely already be aware of Razer's famous Quartz range of peripherals and accessories, providing the same high quality seen in its well-established lineup, but in a gorgeous shade of pastel pink.
With Razer typically on the luxury end of the gaming market, big annual sales are a great time to grab these deals before they're back on the shelves at full price. A few of these coveted Quartz-toned products have made an appearance in the Prime Day sale, but it got me hungry for variety, and as such, I present to you some of the cutest gaming accessories and kit I found while delving into the huge list of available deals.
Be it headphones, keyboards, or some more...interesting finds (that I won't apologize for), this curated list of bargains will leave you feeling 'wowed' or 'worried'. Either way, you're welcome.
The best pink PC gaming accessory deals on Prime Day
Razer Kraken Kitty Gaming Headset:
$149.99 $129.99 on Amazon
Save $20 - The Kraken Kitty edition gaming headset from Razer is now famous for being a must-have accessory for gamers and streamers alike. With customizable RGB lighting and built-in cat ears, you'll look incredible regardless of what you're playing.
Razer Seiren Mini USB Streaming Microphone:
$49.99 $39.99 on Amazon
Save $10 - One of the best budget USB microphones on the market, this ultra-Precise Supercardioid isn't just easy on the wallet, but in Razer's iconic 'Quartz' shade of pink it's easy on the eyes too. The Razer Seiren Mini is now even more affordable for your high-audio recording needs.
Razer Kraken Gaming Headset:
$79.99 $47.49 at Amazon
Save $32.50 - This USB headset is another iconic product from one of the world's best peripheral brands. Experience 7.1 surround sound for accurate positional audio across any game environment, with the option to add separate kitty ears later should you want the best of both worlds.
Razer Viper Ultralight gaming mouse:
$79.99 $37.99 at Amazon
Save $42 - Save 53% on this super cheap Razer Viper Ultralight gaming mouse, with an ambidextrous design and a 20K DPI sensor. You're also getting mechanical optical switches and a pink cord to keep the design consistent through your various accessories.
Razer Kraken BT Kitty Edition:
$99.99 $79.99 at Amazon
Save $20 - I adore the original Kraken Kitty headset, but I'm also not happy with the idea of going back to being wired in. For everyone else like me, the BT edition of the Kraken Kitty provides both freedom from pesky wires as well as fashion.
AutoFull Pink Gaming Chair:
$309.99 $259.99 at Amazon
Save $50 - This gaming chair went viral over the last few months for being utterly adorable, and one of the 'pinkest' gaming chairs on the market. Not only is it fully adjustable with a locking back, but it also comes with a removable bunny ear headband. Nice.
Jinserta Elf Earbuds: $13.99 at Amazon
Save $2.80 with Prime membership - I won't apologies for this one. Are they any good? No idea, but I will wear them and feel like princess Zelda during all of my work Zoom calls from now on regardless. Great for a gag gift, or just being generally adorable on your Twitch stream.
More pink PC accessory deals
If you're not in the US, we've included our price comparison tool down below, so you can still find an excellent deal no matter where you are.
More Amazon Prime Day deals
- Amazon devices: up to 50% off for Prime Day
- Amazon Fire tablets: record low prices now starting at $44.99
- Amazon Fire TV stick: half price 4K streaming
- Amazon Echo (4th Gen):
$99.99$59.99 at Amazon
- Amazon Echo Dot (4th generation):
$49.99$24.99 at Amazon
- Adidas: up to 45% off footwear and apparel
- Audible Premium Plus: save 53% on your first 4 months
- AirPods: now starting at just $99
- Apple Watch Series 6 (40mm, GPS):
$399$329 at Amazon
- Calvin Klein: up to 45% off CK underwear and bras
- Camping: Zippo, Coleman and Sabre under $10
- Card and board games: Up to 30% off games for all ages
- Chromebooks: up to 25% off Lenovo, HP and Samsung
- Deals under $25: save on games, smart home, fashion and more
- Fashion: big name brands from $14
- Fitbit: up to 30% off Fitbit Sense, Inspire and more
- Fitness: workout gear from $6
- Garmin: save up to 30% on smartwatches
- Headphones: Sony, Beats, Bose and more starting at $10
- iPad (8th generation): was $329 now $299
- Keurig: up to 35% off K-Slim pod coffee maker
- Kitchen: save up to 42% on Cusimax, Cosori, Instant Pot and more
- Laptops: Chromebooks, MacBooks and gaming laptops discounted
- Lego Super Mario: sets from $11
- Levi's: up to 40% off Levi's jeans, shorts and jackets
- New Balance: up to 30% off shoes and sneakers
- Nike: save on NBA jerseys, sneakers, and more
- Monitors: displays from LG, Asus, and Alienware up to 38% off
- Nintendo Switch: save $10 on Pro Controller and select games
- Oral care: up to 50% off Oral B, Crest, Glide and more
- PS5: games now starting at $29.88
- Ray-Ban: up to 25% off adults and kids sunglasses
- Razer: PC gaming accessories up to 50% off
- Roomba: save up to $300 on robot vacuum cleaners
- Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones:
$348$248 at Amazon
- Smartwatches: Samsung Galaxy Watch from $159
- Subscription boxes: 65% off for Prime members
- Tommy Hilfiger: up to 50% off designer clothes and accessories
- TVs: Fire-enabled smart TVs starting at just $99.99
- Under Armour: up to 30% off sportswear, shoes and gym accessories
- Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: get three months for $29.99
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Jess is a former TechRadar Computing writer, where she covered all aspects of Mac and PC hardware, including PC gaming and peripherals. She has been interviewed as an industry expert for the BBC, and while her educational background was in prosthetics and model-making, her true love is in tech and she has built numerous desktop computers over the last 10 years for gaming and content creation. Jess is now a journalist at The Verge.