Logitech’s G815 LIGHTSYNC Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard drops to $151 (Save 25%)

Logitech's G815 LIGHTSYNC Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard drops to $151 (Save 25%)
Amazon is currently offering the Logitech G815 LIGHTSYNC RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for $150.99 shipped. Normally going for $200, this 25% discount brings the keyboard to the lowest price we’ve seen since late June. Featuring GL Linear switches and per-key RGB LIGHTSYNC lighting, the G815 is a full-size keyboard ready to help you game and work. Five programmable macro keys can be set up in the Logitech G Hub software. One unique feature of this keyboard is the USB 2.0 pass-through located on the back. This is perfect for charging your phone or connecting your mouse. Dedicated media controls are an added bonus to the G815. Keep reading for more. If you want to save some cash, you could instead go with the Logitech G413 Carbon Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for $58.50. Unlike the keyboard above, the G413 Carbon uses Romer-G key switches...

Thrustmaster Prime Day gaming deals: save on flight sticks and racing wheels

Thrustmaster Prime Day gaming deals: save on flight sticks and racing wheels
If you're a racing or flight sim fan then you won't want to miss the wide array of discounts on Thrustmaster peripherals available at Amazon right now.As part of its Prime Day deals, Amazon has slashed the prices of a range of Thrustmaster products, including flight sticks, racing wheels and even controllers. That means that, right now, you can pick up the Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas 4 for just under £60, the ESWAP S Controller for under £100 and save over £100 on the T-GT II Racing Wheel  –  with plenty more discounts up for grabs. (Not in the UK? Scroll down for deals in your region).Thrustmaster products typically cost a pretty penny so Amazon's discounts are certainly welcome, especially as there is a range of deals for varying budgets. Today's best Thrustmaster Prime Day deals USRacing wheels and peripheralsFlight sticks and...

How edge computing can help save the environment

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One expert says caching content at the edge and closer to its users prevents more carbon emissions. TechRepublic's Karen Roby spoke with Mike Mattera, director of corporate sustainability for Akamai Technologies, about the benefits of edge computing. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation.Karen Roby: In a nutshell, why is edge computing the answer?SEE: Report: SMB's unprepared to tackle data privacy (TechRepublic Premium)Mike Mattera: Getting the content closer to the edge is super important. It not only helps with the environmental sustainability of it, but it also helps, I think, getting that content closer to the eyeballs. What does that mean, right? Being able to cache content at the edge really saves and effectively helps the environmental...