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Save 50% on Razer's gaming keyboard and mice this Black Friday

Looking for a new keyboard or mouse for your Android tablet or Chrome OS device? Well, you're in luck, as this week is Black Friday week, and that means there are huge savings to be had on accessories just like that! Razer has a big Black Friday sale on right now, with savings of up to 50% ready for you to take advantage of.

Razer's Basalisk V2 mouse is on sale for just $35 right now, and includes a 20,000 DPI Focus+ Optical Sensor for maximum configurable sensitivity, 11 programmable buttons, and Chroma RGB allowing you to match its aesthetic with the rest of your set up.

There's also the Razer Huntsman Mini on sale for $80, which features a 60% keyboard layout designed for gamers who need extra space for mousing around, or for minimalists who have a clean, contemporary set up. It supports Chroma RGB, meaning it lights up and can be customized to be any color you like.

Razer also has its Viper Ultimate on sale for $70, another mouse but wireless and built for gamers who need ultra-fast response times without a cable. It has Razer's own HyperSpeed wireless technology, onboard DPI storage, and is just 75g in weight making it one of the more lighter gaming mice out there.

Razer Huntsman Mini | $40 off

Looking for a mini mechanical keyboard to match the rest of your contemporary gaming setup? The Huntsman Mini from Razer is a great option! It's a ten-keyless layout, so it's extra small and will fit any deskspace.

$79.99 at Amazon

$79.99 at GameStop

Razer Viper Ultimate | $40 off

At just 74g, this is one of the lightest gaming mice you'll be able to get your hands on this Black Friday. Featyring an abidextrous design, and Razer HyperSpeed wireless technology for 25% faster response times compared to the competition.

$70 at Amazon

$70 at GameStop

Razer Viper 8KHz | 50% saving

Featuring 8000Hz HyperPolling technology, this mouse can communicate its position and clicks to your PC 8000 times a second, offering near-zero input latancy and one of the fastes Razer mice on the market.

$40 at Amazon

$40 at GameStop

Razer Batalisk V2 | $45 off

Offering 20K DPI with on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, customizablr Chroma RGB Color Profiles, and 11 programmable buttons, this is the mouse to get if you need your mouse to do more than just move your cursor around the screen.

$35 at GameStop

$35 at Amazon

Razer Deathadder Essential | $10 off

This mouse has a high precision 6,400 DPI, riged and rubberized scroll wheel for maximum accuracy, and 5 programmable buttons.

$20 at GameStop

$20 at Amazon

Razer Mamba Elite | $60 off

Offering 16,000 DPI, Chroma RGB, and an improved ergonomic design, this is one comfortable mouse from Razer that has configurable lights and 9 programmable buttons.

$40 at GameStop

$40 at Amazon

Source: androidcentral

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