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The best Prime Day gaming laptop deals right now

Razer Blade 15 base
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PC gaming doesn’t have to be expensive, but if you want high-end specs prices do creep up a bit. The same goes for throwing portability into the mix, which is why Prime Day deals are worth paying attention to.

We’ve picked out three brilliant gaming laptops that are on sale for Prime Day. And there’s something here for every budget. Here are the best Prime Day gaming laptop deals right now.

Best Prime Day gaming laptop under $800

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Dell G3 15 3500 gaming laptops: was $872 now $742 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
A laptop with great specs that doesn’t break the bank. It has a 15.6-inch FHD display complete with a 120Hz refresh rate, 10th gen Intel i5 processors, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, a NVIDIA GTX 1650 Ti (with 4GB of DDR 6 memory) four USB ports, and a 512GB SSD. Now even better value with 15% off.

Best Prime Day gaming laptop under $1,300

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Razer Blade 15 Base: Was $1,599 now $1,299 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Pay more, get better specs, that’s the way it works with the Base model Razer Blade 15. It comes packing a 15.6-inch FHD display with 144Hz refresh rate, 16GB RAM, an Intel i7 processor, 256GB SSD, RGB lighting, Wi-Fi 6, gigabit ethernet, plus three USB ports including USB-C and Thunderbolt 3. Now $300 off at Amazon

Best Prime Day gaming laptop under $2,000 

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 MSI GS75 Stealth: was $2,099 now $1,999 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Getting bigger with a 17.3-inch laptop that still keeps things thin and light. The MSI GS75 Stealth comes with an Intel i7 processor, 32GB of DDR4 RAM, a 512GB SSD, a NVIDIA RTX 2070, Windows 10 Pro, anti-ghosting keys, and a FHD display with a 240Hz refresh rate. It’s also VR ready, and thanks to Prime Day it’s $100 cheaper than normal.

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Tom Pritchard
Automotive Editor

Tom is the Tom's Guide's Automotive Editor, which means he can usually be found knee deep in stats the latest and best electric cars, or checking out some sort of driving gadget. It's long way from his days as editor of Gizmodo UK, when pretty much everything was on the table. He’s usually found trying to squeeze another giant Lego set onto the shelf, draining very large cups of coffee, or complaining that Ikea won’t let him buy the stuff he really needs online.