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The best Cyber Monday deals under $50 still available right now

Cyber Monday PC gaming deals under $50
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Gaming laptops, CPUs, pre-built PCs—there's a lot of expensive PC gear you can save money on during Cyber Monday, but even with a nice discount, they're still not cheap. That's where this collection of deals comes in: We've narrowed down all the Cyber Monday deals we've been vetting to just the ones that cost $50 or less.

Cyber Monday deals

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Maybe you don't have the scratch to buy something big, or perhaps you're looking for a stocking-stuffer for the PC gamer in your life. Or, maybe you've got a leftover gift card from last year with a few bucks still on it. Either way, below you'll find some PC gaming accessories, PC parts, and a few other odds and ends that'll make a nice gift for someone you know, or for yourself.

We'll keep updating this list of $50 and under deals when we find anything new and exciting for Cyber Monday, so if you don't see what you're looking for now, check back soon. 

Aukey 1080p Webcam| $59.99 $29.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A decent 1080p webcam that'll get you streaming and video conferencing at a great price right now. Note that the full discount only shows up at checkout.

Logitech G203 Lightsync Gaming Mouse | $39.99 $14.99 at GameStop (opens in new tab)
Despite the super-low price, this wired gaming mouse still has customizable buttons (with on-board memory) and RGB lighting. The G203 is sold out on Amazon, but GameStop has the same deal.

Wireless Xbox controller | $59.99 $39.99 at Best Buy (save $20) (opens in new tab)
The new Xbox Series X controller has a redesigned D-pad and nice, grippy coating to the back, triggers, and bumpers. At this price, it's cheaper than the Xbox One version usually goes for.

Gunnar Enigma blue light filtering gaming glasses| $59.99 $49.99 at Amazon (save $10) (opens in new tab)
Some people swear by blue light filtering glasses, and there’s evidence that blue light can be harmful to the photoreceptors in the eye. These Gunnar glasses block 100% of UV light too.

Maono AU-902 USB Cardioid Condenser Mic| $58.99 $45.12 at Amazon (save $13) (opens in new tab)
Fancy yourself a budding streamer? Then you’ll need a decent mic. It can also come in handy if you have a beloved set of hi-fi headphones, negating the need to buy a high end headset with a decent built-in mic.

Western Digital WD Blue SN550 NVMe M.2 500GB SSD: $62.99 $49.99 at Newegg (save $13) (opens in new tab)
This WD NVMe drive is one of the cheapest ways to add a speed boost to your PC, especially if you’re using a mechanical hard drive. 500GB isn’t a huge capacity but it’ll be like running a new system if you drop one of these in.

Logitech G502 Hero | Wired | 25,600 DPI | $79.99 $39.99 on Amazon (save $40) (opens in new tab)
Likely Logitech's most popular mouse of all time, upgraded with its best gaming sensor. The heavy metal mouse wheel is pure joy to spin. This is a big mouse for right-handers with big hands. If that's you, it'll be your hero.

Roccat Kone AMIO | Wired | 16,000 DPI | $79.50 $49.99 on Amazon (save $29.51) (opens in new tab)
Not only are you getting a very stylish, German engineered gaming mouse here, you're also getting a piece of history—the original was the first mouse to get multicoloured RGBs (opens in new tab). There are only three programmable buttons, and five profile slots, but it does the job simply, in sleek, sturdy style, and with great ergonomics, too.

Corsair MM300 PRO Spill-Proof Cloth Gaming Mouse Pad: $29.99 $16.99 at Newegg (save $13) (opens in new tab)
This Corsair mouse pad is large and comfortable and comes with the added benefit of being spill proof and stain resistant.

Adata XPG DDR4-3200 C16 2x8GB: $54.99 $49.99 at Amazon (save $5) (opens in new tab)
It’s not easy to find 16GB of decent DDR4 for under 50 bucks, but here is some if you’re looking for some RAM on the cheap. It's a nice step up in speed from generic DDR4-2133 or 2400 and will run in any modern system with ease thanks to its set and forget XMP profile.

Nurbenn WiFi 6 AX3000 PCIe WiFi Card: $59.99 $35.99 at Newegg (save $15) (opens in new tab)
The best home WiFI standard is 802.11ax or WiFi 6. This PCIe adapter is a great way to speed up your networking capabilities, especially if you pair it with a matching router. Connect all your devices and stream with this simple add in card.

Dust buster

MECO compressed air PC duster | 550W | $45.99 $40.99 with coupon at Amazon (save $5) (opens in new tab)
Your computer, and assorted peripherals, will absorb more dust than it's comfortable to imagine, so sometimes you need to get rid. Even if it's just to help you sleep at night. But a good PC duster can help fix stuck keys on a mechanical keyboard, or clear the airways of your clogged up CPU fan, so can be vital. This powerful duster can help all of that.

LamToon 6.5ft HDMI 2.1 cable: $15.99 $12.99 at Amazon (save $3) (opens in new tab)
If you’ve scored a deal on a sexy new monitor, don’t underestimate the need to connect it with a quality cable. This affordable but quality HDMI 2.1 capable cable is perfectly able to drive an 8K TV without flickers or dropouts that all too frequently occur with generic cables.

Motion Activated Toilet Nightlight: $17.99 $10.99 at Amazon (save $7) (opens in new tab)
Why poop and pee now when you can poop and pee in the future. Turn your toilet into a Cyberpotty with a glowing neon motion-activated light. Choose from 7 colors (including blue, light blue, red, and dark blue) and turn every nighttime bathroom trip into a high-tech adventure.

Watch Dogs: Legion: $59.99 $44.99 at Ubisoft (save $15) (opens in new tab)
It was released just a hair under a month ago, and it's already 25% off. We liked it, and if you're looking for a fun open world game between now and Cyberpunk 2077, you can grab this one at a discount.

Logitech Z313 Speaker System: $49.99 $39.88 at Amazon (save $10) (opens in new tab)
Whether you’re into death metal or Taylor Swift, these speakers will be a big upgrade over built in monitor speakers. Logitech subwoofers usually put out a punchy bass. You wouldn’t use these to fill a stadium with sound but they will do a job at home nicely.

APC 11 Outlet Surge Protector Power Strip: $52.99 $41.99 at Newegg (save $11) (opens in new tab)
Blackouts, brownouts and unexpected surges can all damage your equipment. A surge protector power strip like this one from APC helps to protect your investments. It’s got space for power bricks and its two USB charging ports are protected too. 

MSI Immerse GH30 V2 gaming headset| $45.55 $34.99 at Amazon (save $11) (opens in new tab)
This MSI headset is a good no-frills set of cans for a casual user. It comes with a detachable mic, and its lightweight and foldable design means it's easy to carry around.

Bitfenix 120mm Spectre RGB fan| $14.9 $9.9 at Newegg (save $5) (opens in new tab)
Cheap, reliable fans, with bonus RGB lighting you can set to match your build. If you were lucky enough to snag a new RTX 3080 or 6800 XT, the heat those suckers put off might be enough to warrant a little extra ventilation.

Cat Mate Automatic Pet Feeder: $89.96 $44.99 at Amazon (save $45) (opens in new tab)
Pets are cool and all, but they're always bugging you for food, right? That thing they need to live? Outsource your feeding duties to this robot, which has five different compartments you can load up with chow and dispense at different times (it's programmable!) throughout the day or night. Now you can keep playing WoW and they'll still get fed.

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