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Gaming Headphones $69.99, Mechanical Keyboard $79.99, Gaming Mouse $49.99 @ ALDI


So this in the local ALDI and haven't seen this posted here yet.

ALDI will be selling gaming PC ($1,999), headphones ($69.99), mechanical keyboard ($79.99), mouse ($49.99) and curved gaming monitor ($379).

Sorry for the quality - took them with my phone.

Gaming Mouse - $49.99

  • Pixart 3360 sensor with 12,000dpi
  • RGB colour backlit
  • DPI button
  • Supports macro setting functions
  • 1.8m braided USB Cable

Gaming Mechanical Keyboard - $79.99

  • Mechanical Kailh Switches with Blue Shaft
  • High quality aluminium keyboard chassis and braided USB cable
  • 100% anti-ghosting keys
  • RGB Background illumination
  • Detachable Palm Rest

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  • +7 votes

    Granny Gamers are Go!

  • +1 vote

    Anyone care to comment on the pc specs? Value for money or go to MSY?

    • +8 votes

      $2k and you’re only getting an i5??

      I’d be buying a TechFast prebuilt so quick

      Although I’d personally build my own

      • +1 vote

        The components used aren't bad, haven't done a sum to see its value, but it's not the worst going around.

        • +2 votes

          Points to them for including brand and model of most of the components.

        • +6 votes

          I used au.pcpartpicker.com to quickly price up the components. I came to about $1860 (with some assumptions about the type of RAM, SSD, Case)
          *I did this super quick just to satisfy my own interest….don't rely on this pricing for your own decision making.

  • +5 votes

    Review of the monitor listed by the looks of it: https://www.pcgamer.com/au/medion-erazer-x52773-review/


      It's definitely not Samsung PLS, rather Samsung SVA, but the review is spot on that this is a very average monitor beyond its contrast and colour depth.

      Unfortunately both the monitor market and monitor reviews leave a lot to be desired these days.


    Who makes the PC?

  • +3 votes

    review of the build from the same site : https://www.pcgamer.com/au/medion-erazer-x67127-review/

    reviewer mentions that the case is a slightly modified inwin case, and the components seem to be sourced from quality manufacturers. He also states the PC is built well with tidy cable management.

  • +3 votes

    Good on them for using a decent power supply.

  • -1 vote

    Keyboard: for the key switch specs, just get the Kogan one for $39 (if these are the 'new' or box Kalih, then it's an ok price, but there's no evidence to show that)
    Mouse: just get the Cooler Master one from MWave for $45, or a Logitech G102 for $20-30 from eBay
    Monitor: exactly the same as the Kogan one, avoid
    Headphones: wow, don't even bother, avoid

    PC: actual rip-off if you're prepared to use this website properly

    • -1 vote

      I'm sorry, can the people down-voting me please point out the clear value proposition for any of the items listed in this deal compared to current sales and offers?

      If not, don't click the button.

    • +3 votes

      7 ALDI Executives found your post.


      what headphones should i get?

      • +1 vote

        Closed back, with mic and in the same price range, locally? Cooler Master MH751 if you have a good sound card. They should be going on sale again in November for $75ish.


    Aldi's noise canceling headphones literally fell apart within the few months I had them.

    This headset is different but make sure to keep your receipts.


    Anyone have experience with gaming headphones? in the market for a new one.


      Yes, my headphones are gaming headphones but I still haven't worked out how to install games on them.


    Hi everyone,

    I’ve spent the last few days hunting around for a information on the keyboard. After speaking to the main office in Germany, here is the information I have gotten;

    1. “ According to our specs, this Erazer X81081 gaming keyboard has the simple US keyboard layout without extended or UK special characters.”

    2. Here is a link to the PDF product description (in English) https://fcld.ly/ruvh4e0

    I hope this helps.

  • +2 votes

    Bought the keyboard this morning and have been using it for a few hours now. It's very well built. I'm quite liking it


    Want to know more about the mech keyboard, anyone care to share?


    I bought the mouse and have yet to try it.

    Cant find ANY info on it anywhere, so thinking of taking it back, or is it good for the price?

  • +1 vote

    Most stores still has stock of the mouse, keyboard and headset all discounted.

    Mouse - $39.99
    Keyboard - $59.99
    Headset - $49.99


    Got mouse at multi stores in Brisbane for $34.99, keyboard also now $49.99
    Got mine on Sunday, can't find the pcs anyone know the clearance price?

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