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5 PC accessories for your desktop computer

5 PC accessories for your desktop computer

PC accessories

So you bought a new computer recently. Maybe you even upgraded it yourself (or with some help) with the latest hardware. What's next? Well, after setting up Windows and your preferred apps, it's time to consider getting some PC accessories to enhance your user experience. For instance, a pair of monitor arms for your dual monitors, or speakers for music and movies. Here are five PC accessories to get for your new desktop. And if you need more ideas, check out our picks for wireless mice and mechanical keyboards.

Creative Pebble Plus X

Creative Pebble X Plus
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Yes, headphones are great for privacy, and help to block out distractions. But there are times when you want some PC speakers — to share a funny YouTube video, for starters. And you can't go wrong with the Creative Pebble Plus X, which offers a larger soundstage, as well as a more balanced sound than previous models, while keeping a similar compact footprint. The Plus version also comes with a 3.5-inch subwoofer that gives the audio some depth.

Ulti Aura RGB Monitor Arm

Ulti Aura RGB Monitor Arm
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Monitor arms can help to free up some desk space, and lets you freely adjust your displays. It's a great accessory for your desktop setup. The Ulti Aura RGB Monitor Arms not only does a good job at supporting your monitor (up to 32-inch models), but come with RGB lights to set the right mood. There are over twenty settings that you can cycle through by tapping on a button, though you can't sync the lights with your PC.

Keychron Q5 Max

Keychron Q5 Max
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What better PC accessory for your new computer than a solid premium mechanical keyboard like the Keychron Q5 Max? This 96% keyboard is not only great to type on, it also sounds delightful — gentle, almost comforting. It's like keyboard ASMR. A double-gasket design, along with silicone pads, help to dampen the sound. At around 2.2kg, it feels really sturdy with its CNC aluminium chassis. It comes pre-assembled with Mac key caps, but the Windows version is included. The VIA software also lets you save two different layouts, one each for Windows and macOS. And it's web-based, so you don't have to install any apps.

Omnidesk Classic Wildwood Compact

Omnidesk Classic Wildwood Compact
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Stretching your legs and standing at your desk can help users with health issues like back pain. That's why a height-adjustable standing desk like the Omnidesk Classic Wildwood Compact makes so much sense. The Wildwood Compact stands out with its solid walnut wood table top that feels a lot more premium than the Classic's powder coated surface. Available in two lengths (153cm and 122cm), the longer version also lets you put a PC mount without worrying about your legs bumping into it. Meanwhile, the shorter version is easier to fit into small rooms.

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Logitech Brio 300

Logitech Brio 300
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With hybrid work the new norm, a webcam is easily one of, if not the most essential PC accessories for a desktop computer. Consider the Logitech Brio 300, a pretty affordable (around S$82) 1080p webcam that can stand on your monitor, or on a flat surface, and comes with a useful privacy shutter. Both video and audio quality are decent, while the LogiTune app lets you adjust the settings, or use filters.


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