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Gaming Gear Deals You Don’t Want To Miss During Lazada’s September SALE!

Here are great deals on gaming swag

Looking to upgrade your gaming setup at home? Well, get ready to add to cart – we’ve scoured Lazada’s pages for deals for the upcoming 9.9 sale, and we’ve put some of the great bargains and reals on brands that you love as well as brands that you might not have heard of but still deliver great value.

As a general note, majority of the sellers in this list are located in the Philippines, but we’ve also included sellers that are located in China. In those cases we’ve only included really good price cuts and deals on the items that they’re selling, as well as making sure that they have an average seller’s rating of 85% above.


MAIBENBEN Tenkeyless Bluetooth Wired Tournament

If you want an affordable mechanical gaming keyboard that’s both wired and wireless, the MAIBENBEN Tenkeyless Tournament edition might be for you. The OEM for this particular keyboard is the same one that makes the very positively reviewed RK61, so you know that you’re getting a quality keyboard. Its original price was Php 2,032, but it’ll be just Php 1,850 during the sale.

You can get it from here.

Anne Pro 2

While the Anne Pro 2 isn’t as well known as more western-made keyboards, it’s easily one of the best tenkeyless keyboards to come out of China, getting rave reviews from review sites like RTINGS.com. The best part is that it’s significantly cheaper during the sale, with the price for the black variant with Gateron Red switches priced at just Php 3,420 down from the original Php 3,800 price during the sale. Take note that this keyboard regularly retails at around $100 in the US.

You can get it here.

Machenike K31

Machenike is the maker of that ultra-affordable gaming laptop that we reviewed previously and offers a whole suite of solid gaming products aside from just laptops. Their Machenike K31 is very, very affordable despite using blue switches. At just Php 1,689 down from its original price of Php 1799, it’s a great deal for an RGB-enabled mechanical keyboard. If you really want ultimate savings, you can go and buy the non-RGB Ice Blue variant for just Php 1,489 down from Php 1,599.

You can get it here.

Royal Kludge RK61

The Royal Kludge RK61 is another budget gaming keyboard from China that not a lot of people know about. Their RK61 is a perennial favorite for mechanical keyboard enthusiasts who want a budget option that has both wired and wireless capabilities. At just Php 1894, the pricing in Lazada beats the pricing locally (with the keyboard usually having a price tag of around Php 2.3-2.5K).

You can get it here.

One of the cheapest and most effective upgrades you can do for your gaming rig is to swap your old, tired HDD out for an SSD. This doesn’t just apply to gaming rigs – your old notebook is going to feel brand new once you retire its old 2.5-inch HDD and get it a new SSD. Here are a few that we found:

Kingston A400

This is a solid option for people who want to go with an SSD drive without breaking the bank. If you can’t afford bigger and better performing drives, you can at least buy the 120GB variants of A400 in both 2.5-inch and M.2 form factors to give your PC or notebook an SSD boot drive so you’re able to enjoy faster boot speeds.

Both form factors are priced at Php 1,195 for the 120GB variant, down from the usual Php 1,350 sticker price.

You can get the 2.5-inch A400 here.

You can get the M.2 A400 here.

Kingston KC600

If you want a little bit more performance and reliability, you can buy the same Kingston KC600 2.5-inch SSD drive we reviewed a few weeks ago. This drive is meant for general use and storage, and comes with features like built-in encryption for better security.

The 512GB variant of the KC600 is just Php 3,499, from the original price of 3,995  and you can buy it from here.

The cheaper 256GB variant is just Php 2,339 down from Php 2,750, and you can buy it from here.


If the 32-inch display we linked earlier is a little overkill (and you want a monitor that’s a little smaller) you can grab the 27-inch AOC G2790PX instead. This particular monitor has a 144Hz refresh rate with FreeSync enabled, fast 1ms response time, as well as really tiny bezels on the top and on the side. It’s usually Php 18,099, but during the sale the price drops down to Php 15,499.

You can buy it here.



If you’ve been looking for a way to super-size your gaming display without spending big bucks, AOC’s AGON AG322FCX may be your ticket. While it’s a slightly older model, it’s still a great choice for gamers thanks to its fast, 144Hz panel, as well as its 100% sRGB color coverage. This is a large, curved monitor, thanks to its 31.5-inch size.

AOC is pricing this monitor down to just Php 19,990 during the sale, from its Php 22,588 price.

You can get it here.


Logitech G403 Hero

Logitech’s G403 Hero is a perennial favorite for gamers that need a solid mouse for not much money. This mouse might be basic, but it’s still a solid performer and a great buy for just Php 2,199 down from its original Php 2995 price point.

You can get it here.

Logitech G502 Hero

The G502 is a step up from the standard G403, sporting multiple customizable buttons, as well as RGB lighting. It’s received very favorable reviews in places like RTINGS.com, and if you don’t mind ordering from China, you can get yours for a low price of just Php 2510, for a mouse that usually retails for Php 3,200 locally.

You can get it here.

SteelSeries Rival 600

The SteelSeries Rival 600 is one of the best mice you can get if you play FPS shooters, thanks to its dual-sensor system that virtually eliminates lift and drift when you’re playing.

It features RGB lighting and has included weights to tune the weight of the mouse to your liking.

You’ll have to order overseas for this one, but it’s worth it considering the price for this mouse is just Php 3,672 during the sale, considering that local pricing for this mouse is around Php 4,500.

You can get the mouse from here.

Razer Viper

A gaming gear list won’t be complete without an entry from Razer, and in this case, it’s the Razer Viper. This wired mouse uses a 5G optical sensor that can go up to 16,000 DPI, and weighs only 69 grams.

This one is actually located in the Philippines and is just Php 3,600 down from Php 3,800 during the sale.

You can get the Razer Viper here.



John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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