40 Best Cyber Monday Deals If You Work From Home (2020)

Photograph: Logitech

Logitech G513 Wired Mechanical Keyboard for $100, ($30 off)

Best Buy, Newegg

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If the Roccat above is too flashy, this Logitech will suit you well. The all-black design offers a low profile, but you still get RGB backlit keys if you want, and the large size means you get a NumPad. It comes with a plush palm rest, and GX Blue switches for a clicky typing experience.

Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard for $37 ($13 off)

Amazon, Microsoft ($40)

Mechanical keyboards aren’t for everyone. Sometimes you just want to type without much audible or tactile feedback. We get it. This Bluetooth option from Microsoft should suffice. It’s large and spacious, lasts up to two years with two AAA batteries (included), and there are dedicated emoji and Office 365 keys. Unfortunately, there’s no Print Screen button for easy screenshots (you should still be able to use Fn + Windows logo key + Space Bar to snap one).

Photograph: Roccat

Roccat Kain 122 Aimo Mouse for $30 ($35 off)

Amazon, Target

You get all the usual bells and whistles with this mouse, including four buttons and a clickable scroll wheel. Roccat’s Titan switches offer a surprisingly tactile click, according to WIRED reviewer Jess Grey, but I like its sci-fi aesthetic.

Logitech G203 Lightsync Wired Mouse for $15 ($25 off)

GameStop, Best Buy

This is another all-around capable mouse that was already affordable. It’s on the smaller end (and lightweight), but you still get the usual two buttons on the left side plus a scroll wheel. It’s wired so you don’t have to worry about swapping out batteries, and you still get a high-quality sensor with excellent tracking. You can customize the RGB lights on the mouse through Logitech’s G Hub software, and map the keys to something specific.

Grovemade Leather Mouse Pad for $32 ($8 off)

Grovemade (Enter GMCM-DESK at Checkout)

Sliding that mouse over your desk might not sound or feel all that nice. I really like this mousepad from Grovemade. The vegetable-tanned leather is supple and the cork base means it doesn’t slide around often. It’s a comfy spot for the bottom of my palm as I use the mouse, which glides on it like a figure skater on ice. I also like the version that comes with a pen holder for $80 ($20 off), but the price is very steep.

Monitor Deals

Photograph: LG

LG 34UM69G-B 34-Inch HD Ultrawide for $330 ($50 off)

Amazon ($327), Adorama, Best Buy

Trust me, you need an ultrawide. It gives you a lot more room for multitasking. I can have a spreadsheet on one side of the screen and a Chrome tab on the right to reference something else. Or two Chrome tabs side by side. This one from LG has a 2,560 x 1,080 pixel resolution, is VESA mountable if you want to put it on a monitor mount, and uses an IPS panel for nice colors and good viewing angles.

Dell UltraSharp 27-Inch Monitor for $360 ($140 off)

Amazon ($356), Dell

This Dell isn’t as big as the ultrawide, but the 27-inch screen is still large compared to most traditional monitors. You get a slim profile, a sharper 1440 pixel resolution, plus VESA mounting support. There are multiple DisplayPort and HDMI ports, and you can even swivel it into a portrait orientation in case you want to use it as a second monitor.

Samsung 24-Inch FHD Monitor for $90 ($60 off)

Best Buy

If you just want a reasonably small monitor that won’t take up too much desk space, this 24-inch Samsung should do the trick. For $90, you get an IPS LED panel with a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, and a 75-Hz refresh rate that should help games look a little smoother (if your computer is powerful enough). There is no internal speaker here, but you can mount it if you want to clear even more desk space and get rid of the stand.

Asus 144-Hz 27-Inch IPS FHD Monitor for $200 ($100 off)

Best Buy

This VESA-mountable monitor is a step up from the one above and best suited for folks who play video games. It has a higher 144-Hz refresh rate, so if your computer is powerful enough, games will look and feel more fluid and responsive. The 1-millisecond response time means the screen shifts colors incredibly quickly. The screen itself is large at 27 inches, and while the 1920 x 1080 screen resolution won’t dazzle, the IPS quality should still produce good colors. There are built-in speakers, but they likely won’t sound very good (which is the case with most speakers in monitors).

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