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We’re seeing two of the best gaming keyboards on the market hitting record low prices in Amazon’s latest sales, now that early Black Friday gaming keyboard deals have fully hit their stride. The Roccat Pyro is currently selling for only $79.99 (down from $100), while the Razer Huntsman Elite has plummeted all the way down to just $129.99 (reduced from $200) for a full saving of $70.
As far as affordable mechanical gaming keyboards go, the Roccat Pyro is tough to beat – especially at this price point. It has steadily declined from its $100 MSRP throughout the last year, but it’s never been cheaper than this, so if you’ve held off on getting yourself a great deck at an even better price, then now’s the time.
The Razer Huntsman Elite, one of the best Razer keyboards, has endured far more price fluctuation in gaming keyboard deals throughout the past year, generally hovering around its usual $200 MSRP. The previous lowest price available was around the $150 mark, so you’re saving an additional $20 here on one of the finest mechanical keyboards ever made by Razer.
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