Jazz Up Your Computer With These 5 Mice And Keyboards

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Your computer is like a home for your brain. No, we're not talking about removing your brain and installing it in a computer (they won't let us sell our basement experiments in the Cracked Shop ... yet). We're talking about customizing your computer experience so that it feels just right for you. And you can do that pretty easily with these neat gadgets, which are all on sale today.

Azio GM2400 Gaming Mouse

Jazz Up Your Computer With These 5 Mice And Keyboards

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This mouse was carefully designed with a rubberized "claw" grip to make sure your hand doesn't cramp up after a few rounds of 360 no-scoping n00bs. And the built-in glowing lights means you'll never lose it in the dark hours of the night. You want side buttons? Your boy's got side buttons for days. And the simple USB plug means there are no drivers to install -- just plug in and play.

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Normally $19.99, grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $15.

Azio MK MAC USB Keyboard

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This backlit mechanical keyboard adds a retro charm to your Mac setup without sacrificing functionality or pile-driving your bank account. Plus it makes that satisfyingly loud clicking noise you've come to hope for in a mechanical keyboard.

Normally $99, grab yours in the Cracked Shop for $79.

Azio Retro Classic Mouse (RCM)

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Because it's the future, computers (somewhat paradoxically) don't have to look modern anymore. This retro mouse features a tanned leather grip to create a comfortable ambidextrous design while still connecting to your computer with lightning-fast Bluetooth.

Normally $99.99, grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $80.

Azio Retro Classic Bluetooth Keyboard

Jazz Up Your Computer With These 5 Mice And Keyboards

There's a certain je ne sais quoi that comes with slamming your fingers on an old-fashioned clackity-clack keyboard, and this classic Bluetooth keyboard is je ne sais qualified to do just that. All while still offering the convenience of modern Bluetooth and a long-lasting battery.

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Normally $219.99, you can clack away at this monster for just $185.

Azio Atom Mouse

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This Atom Mouse is the perfect finishing touch for your gaming or design rig, thanks to an ambidextrous grip, an ergonomic design, and ultra-modern hardware. Rarely is something this ostentatious also a sound investment, but a 20-million-click life cycle means this could be the mouse your grandkids use to dominate online.

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Normally $55, grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $45.

Prices are subject to change

Like what you see? Check out more great deals, like 65% off this three-in-one charging dock that's a must-have for Apple users.

For more ways to enhance your hardware, check out this Dell Chromebook 11" 16 GB WiFi Grey (Certified Refurbished Grade A) and the VoCore 2 Mini Linux Computer Bundle.

And for the ULTIMATE in customization, Build Your Own PC From The Ground Up With This Bundle.

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