Save Up To $800 On Gaming Laptops This Weekend At Best Buy – GameSpot

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Dozens of powerful gaming laptops from ASUS, Alienware, MSI, and more are featured in the sale, plus deals on select Microsoft Surface devices.
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If you’re looking for a new laptop, Best Buy has a swath of great deals on gaming laptops available right now. We’re talking as much as 60% off on some models, saving you several hundred dollars on a new laptop. All the laptops in the sale are beefy enough to handle your PC gaming needs, and some can even pull double duty as a solid content editing station or remote work machine. After you’re done browsing the gaming laptop deals, check out our roundup of the best overall deals in Best Buy’s 4th of July sale.
For example, this 14-inch ASUS ROG Zephyrus model packs a Ryzen 7 CPU, Nvidia RTX 3060, and 16GB of RAM–solid specs that can easily make games run great on its 144Hz screen–plus a 512GB SSD for storage, all for just $800 (normally $1,400).
There’s also this Intel-powered configuration of Acer's 15.6-inch Predator Helios 300 laptop with a 240Hz QHD display. It runs a 12th-gen Intel Core i7 process and an RTX 3070 Ti, plus 16GB of memory and a 1TB SSD. Normally, you’d have to shell out at least $2,100 for this laptop, but it’s down to just $1,300 thanks to Best Buy’s sale.
If you’re looking for a more portable solution, several Microsoft Surface models are also on sale. While the savings aren’t as big as the gaming laptop deals, you can still save a few hundred bucks on select devices, like this 14.4-inch Surface Studio with an Intel i7, 16GB RAM, and an Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti for just $1,800 (normally $2,100).
We’ve gone ahead and listed a bunch of our favorite laptop deals from Best Buy’s sale below, and you’ll find even more over at Best Buy’s online store.
Best Gaming & Tech Deals This Week
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