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Top Five PC Peripherals That Needs To Be In Your Desktop Space

Top Five PC Peripherals That Needs To Be In Your Desktop Space

The graphic card, processor and other components get more powerful and faster by the year. The PC peripherals do not follow the same blueprint pretty much staying the same. For the most part, manufacturers tend to focus on value, trends, product design, and innovation.

Luckily there are plenty of peripherals to choose. So if you haven't upgraded your keyboard, mouse, monitor, and webcam, your options are definitely unlimited.

With that said, here's my Top Five PC Peripherals that needs to invade your desktop space.

1: Logitech MX Master 3 Wireless Mouse


I'm going to say it right now the Logitech MX Master series is the best wireless mouse I've ever own. Chances are if go on your favorite tech YouTube channel and observe they're desktop setup you'll find this mouse placed right next to their keyboard. This MX Master 3 model checks all boxes in regards to quality performance. Like the previous-gen models, it has the same beautiful ergonomic design that should fit comfortably in the hands. The internal battery will now grant you 70 days of usage on a single charge. As a bonus, the mouse supports USB Type-C.

2:Dell S Series LED-Lit 32-inch Monitor


Dell has a reputation for manufacturing some of the best monitors on the market. The Dell S Series LED-Lit 32-inch model is no exception. The supports QHD 2560 X 1440 resolution, which will most certainly provide extraordinary picture quality. This monitor is tailor-made for that die-hard gamer looking for that intense visual experience. Importantly, the Dell S Series 32-inch monitor has AMD's FreeSync adaptive synchronization technology.

3: Acoustic Audio AA2170 Sperakers


It wouldn't be difficult at all to recommend high-end pricey PC speakers such as the Audioengine A2+ or the Logitech Z906 5.1. But if you're shopping for PC speakers and looking to retain a specific budget that does not exceed $100, then the Acoustic Audio AA2170 would be the right choice. Currently, these speakers are sitting right on my desk. The sound clarity overall is excellent and punchy. Crank the decibels up while watching your favorite movie you do get a hinge of that surround sound feel.

4: Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard


This multi-device wireless keyboard is another device worthy of purchase I don't regret making. Not a big fan of the bulky mechanical keyboards as the Logitech K780 wireless keyboard is nicely compact, comfortable to type on and keys are very quiet. But the keyboard most standout feature is the ability to switch between three different devices, your computer, tablet, and smartphone.

5: Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam


I think any desktop PC user by default has a webcam seated on top of their monitor. Like all peripherals I have on this list, the webcam market presents consumers with many options. The Logitech C922x Pro Stream webcam certainly should be considered a top choice option if you're looking to upgrade to another webcam that will guarantee you quality performance. You can stream and record in real life as high as 1080p HD video at 30Fps. The deal-breaking here is it features full HD glass that has auto-focus capability while having two built-in mics capturing voices in Stereo audio.

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