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You can save money while saving your spine thanks to an Editors' Choice deal on a gaming chair. Our roundup of the week's best gaming deals also includes your chance to preorder the new Sega Genesis Mini console, bag yourself a booming headset bundle, and lots more.
Whether you're hunched over in front of a monitor trying to survive a late-night battle royale or sprawled on the sofa relaxing with a calming Sekiro boss fight, one thing that unites us as gamers is abjectly terrible posture. You can fix that with this AKRacing gaming chair, which this Editors' Choice deal pairs with a substantial $150 Dell gift card. It adjusts in height from 17.8" to 21" and has adjustable lumbar support.
If your tastes skew a little more retro, you can happily add Sega's classic console to your Nintendo and Sony mini console collection. While this Walmart deal is list price, it's one of the handful of places you can currently preorder, and the console just tickles our Editors' Choice nostaglia nerve. It features 40 legendary games such as Ecco the Dolphin, Castlevania: Bloodlines, Space Harrier 2, Shining Force, Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine, and more.
It's expected to be released on or about September 23.
You're getting three deals for the price of one here, since Dell are offering the Astro A40 TR gaming headset in a few Editors' Choice configurations. You can pick up the standard PC and Mac headset for $99.99, and save yourself $50 in the process. If you're an Xbox gamer, try the headset bundled with the Astro MixAmp M80 for $139.99 – that should dramatically improve your audio experience while saving you $60. And finally, if you want the Astro MixAmp Pro, you can get that bundled with a PS4 headset or Xbox One headset for $169.99 – that Xbox bundle is pictured above, and saves you $80.
When you've got the VRAM headroom to go above and beyond 1080p, but can't quite stomach going 4K at 30fps, a 1440p monitor is a great middle ground. Monitor Nerds praised the Lenovo L27q's "vibrant screen" and "luxurious aesthetic", but we're equally impressed by its post-coupon price, which is $75 less than you'd pay elsewhere. It features a native resolution of 2560x1440 (1440p) and DisplayPort and HDMI inputs.
If you're more of a gamer on the go, Lenovo have you covered too. This tasteful laptop bag avoids some of the more ostentatious aesthetics of more bespoke gaming accessories, while also avoiding a hefty price tag thanks to Lenovo's "WEEKEND10" coupon. It fits laptops up to 15.6", and has several pockets for smaller electronics too.