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September 16

NCIX Canada: Microsoft Wireless Desktop Only $20

Posted by on September 16, 2014 at 2:00 PM

NCIX Canada: Microsoft Wireless Desktop Only $20

If you need a wireless keyboard and mouse, look no further than this deal from NCIX. Get the Microsoft wireless desktop 800 for business for only $19.99 with a regular price of $39.99. You’ll also get free shipping too!

I just recently switched over to a wireless keyboard and mouse and wow, what a difference. I can’t believe I didn’t do it sooner. I struggled with the wire on my mouse every single day, as it usually got in my way and I had to move it. My husband gave me one he didn’t need and I can’t say how much I love it. It is also nice for packing on trips away as there are no wires to get all tangled in my bag.

I’d give you an overview of the product, but how much is there to say about a keyboard and mouse except that it works? It has a secured wireless connection of up to a 30 foot range and the cursor is very responsive. The keyboard sports frequently used hot keys and has zoom and audio controls. Your mouse also has a battery life indicator, which, for an unorganized person like me is a life saver.

Of course I price compared this unit to show you how you are getting the possible price. I found it at a number of retailers. Walmart has it on sale for $29, NewEgg has it for $26.99 plus $7 shipping, Dell has it for $39.99 and Best Buy has it on sale for $29.99. There are quite a few other stores that also have this unit in stock, if you wanted to continue the research, but NCIX always had the best price. Even the stores that have it on sale or clearance didn’t beat this price so NCIX definitely knows what it is doing.

There are a few reviews under the review tab, which give it about a 4 out of 5 stars. The main complaint is that the function keys are small. The main pro was that it is cheap and works and I’d have to agree.

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April 3

Canada Computers: Razer BlackWidow Gaming Keyboard Only $69

Posted by on April 3, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Canada Computers: Razer BlackWidow Gaming Keyboard Only $69

Canada Computers has a great deal on the Razer BlackWidow 2013 expert mechanical keyboard. Making way for the 2014 models, it is now on clearance with $30 off, now only $69.88, was $99.88.

If you are considering a new gaming keyboard and are holding out for the 2014 version, consider that it will probably be more than the original price of this one, so you could be paying $50 more for only a small step up. This keyboard is top-of-the-line, with tactile feedback, superior gaming response, and fast key actuations. It also has enhanced anti-ghosting technology and 10-key roll-over in gaming mode. There is room to plug in other gaming or storage devices. The colour is black, and it is anti-fingerprint, so no one will know how much you really use it.

Be aware that because this is a clearance item, it may have an already opened box or be a display model and there is no further discount for this. There are only a few left online and not many in-stock at the stores, so I wouldn’t wait to grab one if you want it.

Shipping is based on where you live and assessed differently with each item.

(Expiry: While quantities last)

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May 28

Canada Computers: Logitech Sale – Save Up to $50 on Keyboards, Mice, Webcams & Headsets

Posted by on May 28, 2013 at 10:00 PM

Canada Computers: Logitech Sale   Save Up to $50 on Keyboards, Mice, Webcams & Headsets

If you want a good quality peripheral at a good price, Logitech is the way to go. If you want an even better price, Canada Computers is the way to go!

There are a lot of items on sale here. Forty to be exact. The range is very good as well. You can get everything from the most basic mouse up to high end gaming keyboards and everything in between. Here are a few of the items available:

I love Logitech. I’ve always loved Logitech and I think a lot of people feel the same way about them as I do. They’ve been around making great products forever it seems and I think a lot of  people got their first third party keyboard or mouse from them. Certainly the majority of the webcams I saw when I was growing up were Logitech ball cams.

I think the key for Logitech is it’s range in products and price. If you have the money to spend, you can really go all out and get some amazing hardware but if are on a tighter budget, you can still pick up something cool.

Even the TWiT network, a multi-million dollar organization, sends out the Logitech C920 webcam to their hosts so they can skype in to shows. For people looking for some mobile gear there is an iPad2 case on sale here that I’ve heard people rave about. Personally I wouldn’t mind picking up that touchpad to throw in my gear bag.

Shipping depends on what you buy and where you live.

What’s your favourite brand of peripheral? Logitech or something else? Let me know in the comments below!

(Expires: 3rd June 2013)

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