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Amazon is running a 1-day sale on PC peripherals and accessories, which includes some pretty good prices on networking gear, storage, and other products.

Meanwhile Best Buy is running one of the best deals I’ve seen on Microsoft’s Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop which includes a wireless ergonomic keyboard, mouse, and number pad. Normally Microsoft sells the bundle for $130, but Best Buy has it for just $70.

Don’t need the mouse? Amazon is selling the keyboard and number pad for $54.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

PC accessories

Laptops

Smartphones

Wireless audio

PC games

 

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One reply on “Daily Deals (4-23-2019)”

  1. I bought the Sculpt desktop set a while back… chucked the mouse. It just doesn’t work for me, have tried it and it feels too small, and does boot promote a natural enough position for the arm.

    I do still use the standalone Sculpt keyboard, definitely worth the $54+tax; it’s a good wireless approximation to the old MS Ergonomic keyboards, quite comfortable. I was thinking about the Surface keyboard but don’t use the number pad to justify it, and the Sculpt keeps the weight down by having it as a separate unit.

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