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Best Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals 2022

Going mobile with the best Cyber Monday offers on gaming laptops

Unlike with most flavours of PC hardware, the list of good Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals is noticeably smaller than the catalogue of quality, discounted notebooks that Black Friday brought. That’s partly stock running out, and partly retailers just being less willing to extend these sales over the weekend. Killjoys. Still, we’re not out of luck yet, nor out of laptops – as you’ll see below, there’s still a variety of deals to choose from, especially in the UK.

These are all triple-figure savings, and while even the very cheapest gaming laptops aren’t quite as affordable as the Steam Deck, they will serve better if you want a portable machine that preserves as much of the desktop experience as possible. Hell, a decent laptop can work well when you’re at home. Some users prefer them to full desktop setups, as they don’t take up as much space on cramped desks.

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However you plan to use your next laptop, there’s a good chance you’ll find it among our Cyber Monday picks below. And if there’s anything else on your shopping list, check out our main guide to the best Cyber Monday PC deals.

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Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals

UK deals:

Asus TUF Gaming A15 - £599 from Scan (was £800)

This RTX 3050-powered TUF Gaming A15 makes a good entry point into PC gaming, complete with a 144Hz display and 512GB SSD.

MSI Katana GF66 - £950 from Ebuyer (was £1399)

This MSI Katana GF66 has solid specs all around, but what makes this a real steal is the RTX 3070. Together with a 144Hz and Full HD 1080p display, it's a laptop designed to dazzle.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 - £1750 from Box (was £2300)

It’s rare to see an RTX 3080 laptop below £2000 that’s actually, y’know, good. The ROG Zephyrus G15 has enough horsepower for fast performance even at its native 1440p and is one of the sleeker notebooks in the Cyber Monday sales.

Razer Blade 15 Advanced - £1900 from Ebuyer (was £2929)

With its RTX 3070 and 360Hz display, this is a laptop that's best deployed in pacey competitive games that can easily break triple FPS figures.

Razer Blade 14 - £2340 from Ebuyer (was £2750)

While it's still pricey for an RTX 3070 Ti-based laptop, the Blade 14's 1440p/165Hz display, strong Ryzen 9 6900HX processor, and supreme portability make up for it.The whole thing weighs only 1.78kg, and is less than 17mm thick when closed.

Asus ROG Strix Scar 17 - £3299 from Very (was £3999)

If you’ve got cash to burn and don’t mind a laptop that wants to show off, the Scar 17 will suit you nicely. The RTX 3080 Ti GPU and Intel i9-12950HX are both top of the line, and the 1440p display’s 240Hz refresh rate shows a total dedication to go-fast performance.

US deals:

Asus TUF Gaming F15 - $600 from Best Buy (was $800)

The TUF Gaming F15's RTX 3050 graphics processor is a welcome break from the usual, weak GPUs you tend to see at this price level. It's $100 less than it was on Black Friday, too.

Asus TUF Dash F15 - $1000 from Best Buy (was $1500)

Sadly, most of Black Friday's best laptop deals have since evaporated. But you can still get this chunky discount on the TUF Dash 15, a technically lower-end laptop that nonetheless sports an RTX 3070 and a 144Hz display.

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

That's a cool $600 off this all-AMD version of the sleek ROG Strix G15, with a Ryzen 5 5980HX and Radeon RX 6800M under the hood. Best Buy will also sell you an open-box model for $998.

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