Yesterday, I learned recent study from the University of California Davis said that video games can treat depression. That seems like some fake news to me – of course a university student is going to do a study saying video games are good for you, just like they always do studies saying drinking is good for you. Anyway, maybe they are right, and I’m just an anti-video game Luddite (not to mention a hypocrite, since I am excited to play MLB ’17 The Show, which just came out this week).
What am I getting at here? Today only, a bunch of PC gaming products are on sale, some for more than half off. There are 18 items included in the deal. Here are a few:
My first reaction to this whole ordeal is wondering what in the world is a “gaming mouse.” I kinda understand how there is a “gaming keyboard” – certainly there are things that a PC gamer would need on a keyboard that others don’t. But a “gaming mouse”? Maybe I’m not the person to ask, considering I haven’t used a mouse in probably a decade. In fact, I’m not the person to ask about any part of this offering. Go ask someone who knows. Maybe the UC-Davis researchers can help.
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