After weeks of early deals, the Black Friday sales are officially upon us, and Razer is getting in on the action already with its Cyber Weekend Sale that’s slashing prices on all sorts of must-have gaming gear with discounts of up to 50%. Razer makes some of the best gaming kit around, although it doesn’t come cheaply; if you’re on the prowl for Black Friday gaming deals, however, then now’s the time, and we’ve got the five best picks from the Razer Cyber Weekend Sale right here. These deals run until the end of Cyber Monday (November 30), so you’ve got a short window to act fast before they’re gone.
Also, be sure to tune in for the Razer Store Holiday Edition Live Stream on Thursday, December 3, for exclusive news on new products, prize giveaways, special promotions, and more.
— $50, was $100
Mobile gaming has come a long way over the past few years, with some fantastic award-winning titles being developed for and ported to smartphones. Unfortunately, using nothing but a touchscreen to play certain games leaves a lot to be desired, but a good mobile gaming controller like the Razer Junglecat can solve that little problem. This portable gamepad can be attached directly to the Razer Phone 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and Samsung Galaxy S10+, or it can be used as a separate Bluetooth controller with virtually any modern Android phone, and gives you a complete button layout for gaming right down to its dual joysticks and shoulder buttons. It’s even compatible with Xbox Game Streaming, letting you turn your compatible phone into a cloud gaming device to play Xbox games.
At just $50 after a 50% savings for the Razer Cyber Weekend Sale, the Junglecat dual-sized Android controller is a must-have accessory for serious mobile gamers.
— $70, was $100
Your PC battle station is only as good as your mouse, whether it’s for fast-paced first-person shooters that demand twitch-accuracy or real-time strategy games requiring the utmost precision and timing. The Razer Mamba wireless gaming mouse has stood as the gold standard for years now and age hasn’t slowed it down a bit. Its fantastic ergonomics, 50-hour rechargeable battery life, and 16,000 DPI advanced optical sensor deliver comfort and accurate performance for long gaming sessions, while Razer’s proprietary Adaptive Frequency Technology mitigates the latency you often experience with wireless mice. Seven programmable buttons and onboard memory also let you customize your macros and save profiles that you can switch between for different games.
The Razer Mamba wireless gaming mouse isn’t as expensive as it used to be, but it’s still a little pricey at its usual $100. The Razer Cyber Weekend Sale is your chance to grab it for a much more attractive $70 after a 30% discount.
— $130, was $170
You don’t even have to be a PC gamer to appreciate the feel of a mechanical keyboard (although being a gamer helps). Gamers and regular users alike laud mechanical keyboards like the Razer BlackWidow Elite for their comfort, precision, accuracy, and tactile feedback while typing, but this one has some added features that make it worth of the Razer name. It utilizes Razer’s own mechanical switches and sports a new multi-function digital dial and media keys that give you complete control over your entertainment. Onboard memory also lets you customize macros, which includes the option to add a secondary function to any key, and Razer Chroma RGB lighting gives you a completely customizable per-key RGB lighting as well.
A $40 price cut knocks the BlackWidow Elite mechanical gaming keyboard complete with ergonomic padded wrist rest down to $130 for the Razer Cyber Weekend Sale. That’s a worthy deal on the best mechanical gaming keyboard money can buy.
— $100, was $150
Razer is well-known for its iconic green-on-black aesthetic, but the brand isn’t afraid to color outside the lines sometimes. The new Quartz Edition Razer Huntsman is pretty in pink (and is exclusive to the Razer online store), but under that quartz-colored exterior beats the heart of one of the best mechanical gaming keyboards out there. It features the new Razer optical switch, which is one of the more unique innovations to come to keyboards in recent years. Rather than reading inputs solely via a mechanical switch, each key also has an optical sensor, not unlike the one inside your mouse, that detects keystrokes with laser accuracy — quite literally. The result is precision and speed unlike any other.
It’s still a mechanical keyboard, though, so the satisfying tactile feedback is all there, and with gaming features like 10-key rollover, programmable macro profiles, and Chroma RGB lighting, the Huntsman Quartz Edition is the perfect addition to any PC gaming setup. The Razer Cyber Weekend Sale is your chance to grab it for $100 and save $50.
— $1,500, was $1,600
It’s not cheap, but there’s a reason that the Razer Blade 15 topped the list of the best gaming laptops for 2020. The good news for deal-savvy gamers is that the Razer Blade 15 Base Edition is not only the cheapest, it’s also on the one that we recommend for most people (and this new Quartz Edition doesn’t look too bad, either). It packs an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card which is a fantastic GPU for running the latest games at 1080p, and thanks to the 144Hz refresh rate on its 15.6-inch screen, you’ll be able to fully enjoy playing at 60 frames per second without worrying about stuttering and lag. That GPU is paired with a six-core Intel i7 CPU and 16GB of RAM for buttery smooth all-around performance.
The Razer Blade 15 Base Edition is one of the more affordable members of the Blade laptop family, but the Razer Cyber Weekend Sale is your chance to score this striking Quartz Edition machine for $1,500 and enjoy a $100 savings.
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