With Black Friday still fresh in our memory, Christmas deals are now starting to appear. Amazon UK's daily deals for December 4th include a few genuinely good discounts for PC gamers which we thought you should know about, including a cut-price Samsung monitor, peripherals from Logitech and Corsair and even the cheapest GTX 1060 6GB graphics card on the market. It's also a decent time to buy on Amazon, as you can get free delivery on all items dispatched by the company itself without needing Prime membership when you use the code FREEDELIVERY. Anyway, here are the absolute highlights.

Samsung 32-inch curved 144Hz monitor for £280 (was £360)


This curved 32-inch monitor is a beautiful choice for gamers and creatives alike, thanks to a 1440p resolution and 144Hz refresh rate. The VA panel provides high contrast of 3000:1, good colour accuracy and reasonable viewing angles too. Be aware that initial stock of the monitor has been exhausted, but you can still order it at the deal price and receive delivery later.

A nice selection of peripherals from Logitech and Corsair are also included in the sale. Here are our favourites, including the highly-rated G403 and G703 mice, cheap gaming headsets and a good Corsair bundle.

There are also some other good deals elsewhere on the internet worth mentioning, including a cut-price GTX 1060 6GB, a 55-inch LG OLED for its best Black Friday price and a discounted MSI gaming laptop.


We hope this roundup was useful, and we'll be back the next time we spot any particularly good deals in the run-up to the holidays. For our evergreen recommendations, check out our guide to the best gaming monitors, best gaming mice and best mechanical keyboards.

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