Alienware’s advanced gaming keyboard for $45 is my type of deal

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The Alienware AW568 advanced gaming keyboard is down to $44.99 at Microsoft. You can even find this deal through the Microsoft eBay store. We have seen the AW568 go lower in the past, as low as $25 on Black Friday, but the keyboard has since been discontinued. That means the price is actually being inflated at most places, including as high as $85 at Amazon. Today’s deal may be one of your last chances to get it at any sort of discount. And it’s a good keyboard, too, for the price. Definitely worth the pickup.

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Alienware AW568 advanced gaming keyboard with macro keys

Get it? Type? Cause it’s a keyboard? Tip your waiters. Includes RGB ambient lighting options for the edges and logos. Has three adjustable leg angles. Uses Kailh brown mechanical switches with durability up to 50 million keystrokes.

$44.99 $85.00 $40 off

If you’re using a pre-built Alienware desktop or laptop or you have an awesome Alienware monitor, like the new Alienware AW2720HF, this keyboard would go great with that aesthetic. Even if you don’t, this thing looks good on its own. It’s also a comfortable keyboard with three adjustable leg angles for you to find what’s comfortable.

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It has ambient lighting options with up to 16.8 million colors to choose from. Use those colors to change the lighting around the edge of the keyboard and the lighting behind the Alienware logo. You can use the AlienFX feature to pair the lighting with games like Smite and League of Legends and have the lighting change with the game played.

The keyboard has anti-ghosting and N-key rollover so you can type as fast as you want without losing a step or leaving any keystrokes behind. There are also programmable macro keys, which you can program using free software. You can also use the multimedia keys to adjust volume and switch tracks and such.

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