Sometimes it's the little things that make all the difference. This week's best computer accessory deals are small additions that can have a big impact on your daily life — and several are at all-time price lows. LG 34" 21:9 UltraWide IPS LED LCD Display Store: B&H Photo Video Price: $485 EXPIRED Shipping: Free shipping Lowest By: $167 Expiration: August 12 Bigger may not always be better, but in the case of monitors, it almost definitely is. An ultrawide display allows you to view up to three windows side by side, and it's also pretty fetch for gaming. This Editors' Choice pick is at the lowest price we've ever seen — beating even a Prime Day mention! — and it has cool features like a USB 3.0 quick-charge port for mobile devices and FreeSync technology, which allows for communication between the graphics card and monitor to synchronize frame rate output. Alienware Gaming Keyboard with Mouse Store: Dell Home Price: $113.99 EXPIRED Shipping: Free shipping Lowest By: $11 Expiration: August 9 This Editors' Choice bundle is at the best outright price we've seen, and it's a surefire way to improve your computing experience. The keyboard features mechanical brown switches, 15 programmable macro key functions, and zone-based RGB backlighting. The mouse has similar lighting effects and nine programmable buttons. In summary: They'll give you a rad-looking custom setup. Adata 960GB SATA 6Gbps 2.5" Internal SSD Store: Rakuten Price: $127.49 via coupon "AD22" EXPIRED Shipping: Free shipping Lowest By: $26 Expiration: August 9 If you're cool with upgrades that require a little installation work, this SSD at the best price we've seen is a smart choice. It'll reduce your boot time to a few seconds and boost your computer's performance overall by transferring files and launching and running apps faster. It's also durable — likely to outlast your current build — and efficient. Surely you can find a way to spend 960 super speedy GB. Tylt Energi Pro Power Backpack with Charger Store: Amazon Price: $149.99 EXPIRED Shipping: Free shipping Lowest By: $44 Expiration: August 16 If your primary rig is a laptop, you need a good way to transport it. (Unless you never take it anywhere? Not judging, but portability is kind of the point of a notebook.) Enter this TSA-approved, RFID-blocking backpack, which will not only protect your gear, but also let you charge it. The 3-port power station works on phones, tablets, and laptops, and the 12 weather-resistant pockets have cable routing channels so you can stay organized. Cyber Acoustics High Power Computer Speaker System Store: Amazon Price: $52.04 EXPIRED Shipping: Free shipping Lowest By: $5 Expiration: August 17 If you could go back to your early 90s self and share the news that you'd be watching movies, listening to music, and binging shows primarily on a computer, what would Past You think? Probably something about how much the speed/graphics/sound quality must have improved. To that last point, this legit speaker system with a subwoofer and two satellites can do wonders for your listening pleasure.