LG 24GM77 144Hz Display ($300): After a $50 discount (“0512SCHGM160” at checkout), LG's 144Hz display is marked down to $300 – a solid deal for high-frequency output. The unit is a mid-range 24” with 1080p max resolution support, but accurately bills itself as a gaming monitor with its 1ms refresh rate and 144Hz response time.
53-Piece Screw Toolkit ($15): You know you live in a hyper-consumerist society when a toolkit with 53 heads can be had for $15. Granted, the screwdriver probably isn't Kobalt quality, but it's still a good starter kit for system builders. The hex heads can be used to install coolers that use annoying hex nuts (like Be Quiet!'s coolers) and standoffs. The rest is basic, but useful to have around.
Logitech G303 Daedalus Mouse ($70): With free shipping, Logitech's G303 mouse finally makes its way to Newegg. This is the unit I'm currently using, after replacing my G502 Proteus Core mouse with the cheaper (but equally accurate and more “grippable”) G303. Highly recommended for those who prefer a simpler mouse with a focus on high accuracy and a smaller chassis.
Creative GigaWorks T40 Speakers ($125): Marked down $25, Creative's T40 desk speakers are available in a comfortable price point. They're not quite as impactful as my preferred desktop speaker set – Corsair's SP2500 – but will make for a decent set for the price.
- Patrick "MoCalcium" Stone.