The best deals on gaming laptops early on Black Friday

I’ll confess it’s mostly a kind of dyed-in-wool desktop, but there was a time when I needed something more portable – and with more traditional PC-esque input than Steam floor. If you are thinking of buying a notebook for yourself, choose the right time: best as soon as possible Black Friday Gaming laptop deals cover a wide range of price points and different combinations of specs.

They also do not need to play backup to the desktop. It’s perfectly valid that you drop a laptop on your desk and keep it there as a permanent, space-saving replacement. It can also be more cost-effective to do this, due to the high independent price of CPU and graphics card now.

That said, if you want an external monitor to plug your new laptop in, we’re also keeping an eye on it. Best early Black Friday deals for gaming monitors. And, well, you can use pretty much anything else to run or control your game. The absolute most selective offers can be found in our main Black Friday early deals on PC hub, with the list below being a specially expanded range of gaming laptops. I will update both as new deals come out.

Snapshot of the left ports of the MSI GE76 Raider gaming laptop.

Black Friday gaming laptop deals

Trading in the UK:

MSI GF63 Thin 11SC – £649 from Ebuyer (was £809)

There’s only an 11th-gen Intel processor and 8GB of RAM, but the cheap GF63 isn’t just a compromise – the RTX 3050 and 512GB GPUs are better than what you’d normally get in the sub-£700 range.

MSI Katana GF66 – £900 from Overclockers (was £1100)

A good mid-range option, with an RTX 3060 GPU and 512GB SSD helping to keep pace. The 15.6-inch, 1080p display will also hit 144Hz.

Lenovo Legion 5 – £1200 from Overclockers (was £1400)

I’ve always liked the Legion 5 series and it’s a very good spec, from the 1440p/165Hz display to the powerful AMD Ryzen 7 6800H processor. The graphics engine comes from the RTX 3060.

MSI Pulse GL66 – £1299 from Ebuyer (was £1831)

The RTX 3070 takes the GL66 into premium territory, you don’t know it from the price. The 1440p display, 1TB SSD, and relatively new Intel Core i7-12700H round out an impressive list of specs.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 – £1900 from Ebuyer (was £2300)

It’s rare to see an RTX 3080 laptop under £2000 that’s actually, you know, good. The ROG Zephyrus G15 has enough horsepower for fast performance even at 1440p initially, and is one of the sleek laptops in the Black Friday sales.

Razer Blade 14 – £1900 from Ebuyer (was £2685)

Razer’s Blade laptops are reliable high-end machines, including this RTX 3080 variant. It’s a powerful GPU for something under 2kg.

Asus ROG Strix Scar 17 – £3400 from Overclockers (was £4000)

If you have money to burn and don’t mind a laptop you want to show off, the Scar 17 will be perfect for you. The RTX 3080 Ti and Intel i9-12950HX GPUs are both top-of-the-line, and the 1440p display’s 240Hz refresh rate shows an all-round dedication to blazing-fast performance.

US transactions:

Gigabyte G5 – $550 from Best Buy (was $1,000)

The G5 is one of my favorite budget laptops. The 8GB of RAM on this model will only surpass the minimum requirements of some games, but the RTX 3050 Ti GPU makes up for that. 512GB of SSD storage isn’t bad either.

Asus TUF Gaming A15 – $700 from Best Buy (was 1080)

That sounds sweet when it comes to a $380 discount on a Ryzen 7-equipped gaming laptop with a roomy 512GB SSD. The RTX 3050 Ti GPU is also well-suited to 1080p/144Hz displays.

Gigabyte A5 K1 – $729 from Newegg (was $1199)

Upgrade a few levels from the Gigabyte G5 and you can have the A5 K1, complete with a faster RTX 3060 graphics chip and 16GB of memory.

Asus ROG G15 Advantage Edition – $1100 from Best Buy (was $1700)

The AMD Advantage branding just means that the G15’s Ryzen 9 5980HX and Radeon RX 6800M can work together more efficiently than if they were an Intel or Nvidia component – something that may or may not increase performance slightly. in the game. Sometimes. Probably. In any case, it has good specs for the money.

Gigabyte Aero 5 XE4 – $1250 from Newegg (was $2199)

A bit of a myth, this: it’s technically more of a creative/CAD laptop than a gaming machine, so the 4K display only hits 60Hz. However, it’s more than just capable of gaming thanks to the RTX 3070 Ti GPU and Intel Core i7-12700H processor.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 – $1650 from Best Buy (was $1900)

A 14-inch laptop like the ROG Zephyrus G14 is ideal when you really need a portable gaming computer, not just a desktop replacement for home use. This model combines the Ryzen 9 6900HS with the Radeon RX 6800S, along with a roomy 1TB SSD.

Asus ROG Zephyrus M16 – $1900 from Best Buy (was $2150)

There are cheaper RTX 3070 Ti laptops, even at this price cut, though the M16’s 165Hz display, stuffed-core Intel Core i9 12900H and modest 2kg weight make it a decent performer.


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