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Digital Foundry's best deals from Day 2 of Prime Day: TVs, monitors, PC peripherals and storage

In the UK and the US, from Amazon and its competitors.

Update: Prime Day 2021 is over for now, but do follow @dealsfoundry and @dealsfoundryusa on Twitter for the latest tech deals as we discover them!

Phew, there sure have been a lot of deals this Prime Day, huh? Here are the very best Prime Day 2021 deals that are still available, including essential upgrades for PC gaming, the best discounted 4K TVs for the PS5 and Xbox Series X, brilliant headphones and a few more carefully chosen tech deals.

Note that we've included deals from the US and the UK - sadly the American and British arms of Amazon have thus far refused to offer the same deals to residents of both nations. Maybe one day! Until then, please take care to select deals for the country in which you live.

Note that Prime Day sales are for Prime users only, but you can sign up for a free trial at the checkout if desired. In the UK, you can also get a further £7 for free when you do an Amazon Top Up of £50 to save even more. Sweet.

Before we get into the highlights, hand-picked by Digital Foundry, please consider following @dealsfoundry and @dealsfoundryusa on Twitter, as that's where all of these deals appeared first!

Now, let's get started. Click the quick links below or scroll on!

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4K TVs (UK)

Samsung QN90A Neo QLED - 55-inch QLED Neo TV, HDMI 2.1, 4K 120Hz, HDMI VRR, G-Sync, FreeSync, VA panel. £1699 at Currys PC World, down from £1999.

Samsung QN95A Neo QLED - 55-inch QLED Neo TV, 4x HDMI 2.1, 4K 120Hz, HDMI VRR, G-Sync, FreeSync, VA panel, One Connect Box. £1899 at Currys PC World, down from £2199.

LG CX OLED - 48-inch OLED, 4x HDMI 2.1, 4K 120Hz, HDMI VRR, G-Sync, FreeSync, OLED screen. £1139 on Amazon, down from £1275.

Sony Bravia K865A8/P OLED - 65-inch OLED TV, HDMI 2.0 - £1799 at Amazon, down from £2399.

LG Nano90 - 75-inch LED TV, HDMI 2.1, 4K 120Hz, HDMI VRR, IPS panel. £1299 at Amazon, down from £1599

Samsung TU7020 - 55-inch LED TV, HDMI 2.0 - £449 at Amazon, down from £479.

4K TVs (US)

LG C1 OLED - 55-inch OLED TV, HDMI 2.1, 4K 120Hz, HDMI VRR, FreeSync, G-Sync, OLED panel. $1497 on Amazon, down from $1799.

Vizio OLED55-H1 - 55-inch OLED TV, HDMI 2.1, 4K 120Hz, HDMI VRR, FreeSync, OLED panel. $999 at Best Buy, was $1300

Insignia 4K Fire TV Edition - 55-inch LED TV, HDMI 2.0. $350 at Amazon, down from $500.

Toshiba 55LF621U21 Fire TV - 55-inch LED TV, HDMI 2.0, Dolby Vision. $360 at Amazon, down from $480.

We have more 4K TV Prime Day deals here!

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Monitors (UK)

Samsung Odyssey G7 - 27-inch 1440p 240Hz VA monitor. G-Sync Compatible and FreeSync. DisplayHDR 600. £429 at Amazon, down from £549.

Asus Tuf Gaming VG27AQ - 27-inch 1440p 155Hz IPS monitor. ELMB Sync and G-Sync Compatible. £324 at Amazon, down from £449.

LG 27GL850 - 27-inch 1440p 144Hz Fast IPS monitor. G-Sync Compatible and FreeSync. £295 at Currys with code FNDDGAMING, down from £440.

LG 27GL83A - 27-inch 1440p 144Hz Fast IPS monitor. G-Sync Compatible and FreeSync. Basically identical to 27GL850 (above). £340 at Amazon, down from £430.

LG 27GN800 - 27-inch 1440p 144Hz fast IPS monitor. G-Sync Compatible and FreeSync. Worse stand, but panel is same as LG 27GL850 and 27GL83A (above). Get this if you plan to get a monitor arm as it's cheaper. £280 on Ebuyer, down from £403.

Samsung Odyssey G9 - 49-inch 5120x1440 240Hz VA monitor. G-Sync Compatible and FreeSync. DisplayHDR 1000 (!!) - a rarity. £1049 on Amazon, down from £1279.

Monitors (US)

Asus Tuf Gaming VG27AQ - 27-inch 1440p 165Hz IPS monitor. ELMB Sync and G-Sync Compatible. $330 at Amazon, down from $430.

LG 27GL83A - 27-inch 1440p 144Hz Fast IPS monitor. G-Sync and FreeSync compatible. $285 on Amazon, was $380.

Acer Nitro XV272U - 27-inch 1440p 144Hz IPS monitor. G-Sync and FreeSync compatible. DisplayHDR 400. $255 on Amazon, was $300.

Samsung Odssey G5 - 32-inch 1440p 144Hz VA monitor. G-Sync and FreeSync Compatible. DisplayHDR 400. $295 on Amazon, down from $350.

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SSD and HDD storage (UK)

Crucial P2 1TB - NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD, significantly faster in sequential reads and writes than SATA drives while not costing much more. £67 on Amazon, down from £108

Samsung 980 Pro 500GB - NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD, extremely fast SSD that matches the specification of next-gen consoles. Great for gaming or content creation. £90 on Amazon, down from £126.

Samsung 980 Pro 1TB - NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD, extremely fast SSD that matches the specification of next-gen consoles. Great for gaming or content creation. £142 on Amazon, down from £193.

Crucial MX500 1TB - SATA SSD. £68 on Amazon, down from £107.

Crucial MX500 2TB - SATA SSD. £140 on Amazon, down from £214.

Crucial BX500 1TB SATA SSD - DRAM-less SATA SSD, good for game storage or other archival purposes. £61 on Amazon, down from £92.

Crucial X6 Portable SSD 1TB - fast external storage for PC or consoles ~500MB/s. £65 on Amazon, down from £115.

Crucial X8 Portable SSD 1TB - extremely fast external storage for PC or consoles, up to 1000MB/s; I use this daily. £86 on Amazon, down from £133.

WD Blue SN550 1TB NVMe SSD - rated up to 2400MB/s reads, good value mid-point between the best SATA and the best NVMe drives. £84 on Amazon, down from £124.

SSK NVMe 10Gbps SSD enclosure - use with any NVMe drive to turn it into very fast external storage, for PCs or consoles. £22 on Amazon, down from £30.

Startech USB 3.1 to SATA cable - use with SATA SSDs, like the BX500 above, to turn them into fast external storage. £18 on Amazon, down from £22.

SSD and HDD storage (US)

WD Blue SN550 NVMe SSD - great value NVMe SSD rated up to 2400MB/s reads and 2000MB/s writes, making it roughly 4-5x faster in sequential tasks than even the fastest SATA SSDs and cutting down game load times. $85 on Amazon, down from $125.

Samsung 870 Qvo 4TB - good value SATA SSD with QLC NAND, meaning you get more gigabytes per dollar but random write performance is worse, making it not as good as an OS drive. For game storage though, it's brilliant, especially when paired with a 10Gbps USB to SATA adapter as we showed with Series X. $323 on Amazon, down from $430.

Samsung 870 Qvo 2TB - good value SATA SSD with QLC NAND, meaning you get more gigabytes per dollar but random write performance is worse, making it not as good as an OS drive. For game storage though, it's brilliant, especially when paired with a 10Gbps USB to SATA adapter as we showed with Series X. $180 on Amazon, down from $220.

WD Blue 2TB SATA SSD - reliable SSD rated for 560MB/s reads, good for laptops, desktops or with games consoles when paired with a SATA to USB enclosure or adapter. $180 on Amazon, down from $194.

Crucial X8 Portable SSD 2TB - extremely fast external storage for PC or consoles, up to 1000MB/s; I use this daily. $190 on Amazon, down from $280.

WD Black 5TB P10 Game Drive - HDD external drive, attached via USB. 2TB and 4TB also available. $96 on Amazon, down from $150.

WD Black 2TB P50 Game Drive - fast NVMe SSD external drive, attached via USB. 500GB and 1TB also available. $350 on Amazon, down from $500.

Samsung T7 Portable SSD 1TB - fast external SSD, rated up to 1050MB/s. $160 on Amazon, down from $170.

Samsung 870 Qvo 2TB - the great value SATA SSD we used for our Series X testing. $180 on Amazon, from $220.

Startech USB 3.1 to SATA cable - use with SATA SSDs, like the BX500 above, to turn them into fast external storage. $13 on Amazon.

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Mice and keyboards (UK)

Razer Viper Mini - small, wired ultra-light gaming mouse with opto-mechanical switches. Incredible value, especially at this discounted price. £27 on Amazon, down from £40.

Logitech G502 Hero Special Edition - the most popular gaming mouse, with infinite scroll wheel and 11 programmable buttons. £35 on Amazon, down from £80.

Logitech G502 Lightspeed- wireless version of the most popular gaming mouse, with infinite scroll wheel and 11 programmable buttons. £61 on Amazon, down from £130.

Logitech G Pro Wireless - legendary lightweight wireless Lightspeed mouse, as loved by pro gamers and DF's Will Judd. Symmetric, with side buttons usable on either side, so perfect for left-handers. £67 on Amazon, down from £130.

Logitech G305 Lightspeed - the best cheap wireless mouse on the market, offering a comfortable egg shape and powered by an AA battery (can be replaced by a Lithium AAA battery for even lighter weight. Popular modding platform for mouse enthusiasts. £25 on Amazon, down from £52.

Logitech G203 Lightsync - light, good value gaming mouse with RGB lighting. £17 on Amazon, down from £35.

Razer Viper Ultimate - another great wireless option, this time from the high end with optical mechanical switches with a convenient magnetic charging base. Great mouse, I use it on the daily. £87 on Amazon, was £170.

Roccat Vulcan Pro TKL - probably one of the best TKL (no numpad) keyboards ever made. Useful volume dial, great linear optical switches. £110 on Amazon, down from £150.

Razer BlackWidow V3 - awesome full-size mechanical keyboard with tactile and clicky switches, volume and media keys, RGB backlighting and a comfortable wrist rest. £95 at Amazon, was £140.

Fnatic Streak65 - 65% mechanical keyboard with soft linear switches and an unparalleled compact design. £82 at the Fnatic Shop, down from £110.

Mice and keyboards (US)

Logitech G502 Hero - the most popular gaming mouse, with infinite scroll wheel and 11 programmable buttons. $38 on Amazon, down from $80.

Razer Naga Pro - one of the best MMO gaming mice ever made, with three swappable side panels with two, six or twelve buttons. $95 on Amazon, was $150.

Razer Viper Ultimate - incredible wireless mouse with optical switches, trusted by DF staff members and esports pros alike. Comes with handy magnetic charging dock. $85 on Amazon, down from $150.

Razer DeathAdder V2 - comfortable and advanced gaming mouse. $38 on Amazon, down from $70.

Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB - great MMO gaming mouse with plenty of buttons. $60 on Amazon, down from $80.

HyperX Alloy Origins - Stylish and clean mechanical gaming keyboard. $76 on Amazon, down from $110.

Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro - stylish full-size RGB-encrusted wireless mechanical keyboard. Tested and recommended by DF. $180 on Amazon, was $230.

Razer Cynosa Chroma - membrane gaming keyboard with spill-resistant design and individual RGB backlighting. $38 on Amazon, was $60.

Razer Ornata Chroma - Hybrid membrane-mechanical keyboard, offering a softer feel than a mechanical but more tactile feedback than your average membrane. RGB backlighting and nice wrist rest. $57 on Amazon, was $100.

Logitech G815 LightSync - wired version of Logitech's new low profile mechanical keyboard. Dedicated volume wheel and other helpful extra keys. Plenty of RGB, infinite battery life (as there's no battery) and a USB pass-through port. $150 on Amazon, was $167.

We have more Prime Day PC deals, including US and UK deals, right here!

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Headphones and headsets (UK)

Fnatic React - great stereo headset for competitive gaming (eg CS:GO, Valorant, Apex, Warzone). Great imaging, so good for locating opponents by their footsteps. £52 at Fnatic Shop, down from £75.

Razer BlackShark V2 X - phenomenal headphones for the price, the V2 X offer a supremely comfortable fit, neutral-ish sound and good controls. £39 at Amazon, down from 360.

Turtle Beach Recon 70 - excellent cheap headphones, reasonably comfortable with a good (short) flip-to-mute mic. Just finished testing these and came away impressed. £23 on Amazon, down from £30.

Roccat Elo X Stereo - more good cheap headphones, comfortable, good mic. Have a look at some reviews, including Eurogamer's! £22 at Amazon, was £40.

LucidSound LS50X Dual Wireless Headset for consoles and PC with dual wireless and Bluetooth connection. £180 at Amazon, down from £240.

Sennheiser HD 599 Special Edition - legendary open-back critical listening headphones. £89 on Amazon, down from £180.

Sennheiser M3AEBTXL Momentum - wireless noise-cancelling headphones with auto on/off. £250 on Amazon, down from £339.

Headphones and headsets (US)

HyperX Cloud II gaming headset - legendary gaming headset still used by CSGO esports pros. $80 on Amazon, down from $100.

Razer BlackShark V2 Headset - supremely comfortable and great-sounding headset with USB sound card. $76 on Amazon, was $100.

Razer BlackShark V2 X Headset - supremely comfortable and great-sounding headset. $43 on Amazon, was $60.

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Wireless Headset - low-latency wireless version of the great-sounding, comfortable BlackShark V2. $133 on Amazon, was $180.

Razer Kraken X Gaming Headset - Razer's classic gaming headset with bags of style and good sound. $31 on Amazon, was $50.

Logitech G432 Wired Gaming Headset - comfortable black and blue gaming headset with surround sound and a decent mic. $38 on Amazon, down from $80.

SteelSeries Arctis 5 Wired Gaming Headset - great sounding headset with a comfortable ski-goggle style headband. $66 on Amazon, down from $100.

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Consoles (UK)

Nintendo Switch + Ring Fit Adventure - other bundles with different games available at various price points. £315 on Amazon, was £370.

PC components (US)

AMD Ryzen 5 3700X - 8-core, 16-thread processor. Great for mixed (eg gaming and content creation) use cases. Comes with Wraith Prism RGB air cooler. $265 on Amazon, down from $330.

Intel Core i5 10600K - 6-core, 12-thread processor with integrated graphics. Unlocked and ready to overclock on Z-series motherboards. Great choice for gaming, about the same as the new 11400F. $170 on Amazon, down from $263.

Intel Core i7 10700KF - 8-core, 16-thread processor, no integrated graphics so it's slightly cheaper (10700K with graphics also available). Unlocked and ready to overclock on Z-series motherboards. $239 on Amazon, down from $361.

Phew, I think that's it for now. Stay tuned for more deals as we find them, and be sure to check out Team Eurogamer's wider coverage of the Amazon Prime Day sales!

If you fancy more deals, then we at Digital Foundry also have dedicated round-ups for the best PC deals and our favourite 4K TV deals.

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A bizarre British-American hybrid, Will turns caffeine into technology articles through a little-known process called 'writing'. His favourite games are Counter-Strike, StarCraft and Fallout 2. Will also tweets the latest tech deals at @DealsFoundry.

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