Last updated: December 7, 2020
Every week, we dive into the deepest and darkest corners of the World Wide Web in order to discover some of Australia’s best PC gaming deals. This story will be very focused on highlighting discounts on computers and peripherals, but if there are any attractive deals for AU exclusive games, we’ll include them as well.
Without further ado, here are our current picks for deals – as always, if you’ve found out anything else good, do let us know in the comments section below. This tour will be updated weekly … or only when there’s an especially good deal. As the deals expire, we’ll remove them from the page.
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Secretlab gaming chairs | From AU $ 539 (Be spared for you $ 150 AUD)
Secretlab Omega is our product The 2020 favorite gaming chair, And is among the products that have been severely reduced during Secretlab’s Black Friday sales. The standard Omega model currently stands at A $ 539, down from the usual A $ 634. And don’t despair: all orders come with free shipping. Via Secretlab.View the deal
Cheap gaming laptops in Australia
Dell G3 15 | i7-10750H | GTX 1650 Ti | 16 GB RAM | 256 SSD – AU $ 1,599 (usually AU $ 1999)
Save $ 400 on this stylish Dell 15-inch gaming laptop. Yes, it is a gaming laptop, but this one suits you well if you are looking for a multifunction player that can also play modern games, albeit not at their highest settings. The screen has a resolution of 1080p with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Via Dell.View the deal
MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFSK | i7 10750H | RTX 2070 Super | 16 GB RAM | 512 GB SSD | AU $ 2,899 (usually AU $ 3,299)
Some ports offer this powerful (and cheerful) MSI gaming laptop right now: Mwave is tied above, but ScorptecAnd the Cogan And and PLE computers They also run a promotional ad. If you like your notebooks are full of color, it’s worth investigating.View the deal
Razer Blade 15 Advanced | i7-9750H | RTX 2070 | 16 GB RAM | 512 GB SSD – AU $ 4,125.56 (usually AU $ 4,588.95)
If you want a stylish, travel-friendly laptop that can also play blockbuster games with raytracing, we hope you have a lot of money. This is at least cheaper than usual. Via Microsoft.View the deal
Cheap gaming monitors in Australia
Samsung LC27RG50FQEXXY Curved Screen | AU $ 378 (usually AU $ 449)
If you like your gaming monitors slightly curved, here’s a good offer: $ 50 AUD for this 1080p curved monitor with an impressive 240Hz refresh rate and 4ms response time. Also compatible with G-Sync. Via Scorptec.View the deal
Cheap storage deals in Australia
Crushal B5 1 TB | AU $ 189.52 (usually around AU $ 215)
The current street price for this NVMe SSD ranges between A $ 215 and AU $ 240, so that’s great for some quick storage procedures. Critical estimates are that it’s suitable for “serious gamers and creative professionals”, so expect faster performance compared to the P1 Series. Via amazon.View the deal
Cheap gaming mice in Australia
Razer Naga Trinity | AU $ 122.79 (usually AU $ 169.95)
If you need a gaming mouse with a large set of buttons, Naga Trinity is probably already on your radar. There are up to 19 programmable buttons and an interchangeable side panel, so you can choose whether or not to go crazy, depending on what you’re playing. Via amazon.View the deal
Cheap gaming headphones in Australia
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