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This Alienware RTX 2080 laptop has a whopping $1,100 price cut for Prime Day

This Alienware RTX 2080 laptop has a whopping $1,100 price cut for Prime Day
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This Alienware m15 R2 laptop has had a whopping $1,100 slashed off its RRP. Probably one of the best Amazon Prime Day deals around, and it's not even on Amazon. That's right, one of the biggest savings for this deals season is over on Dell's own website (opens in new tab), and it's a laptop packing an Nvidia RTX 2080.

Inside the body of Dell's slimmest 15-inch laptop ever you'll find some seriously impressive specs, meaning you'll be more than ready for the likes of Cyberpunk 2077 running in ultra on your PC. It's packing a six-core 4.5GHz Intel i7-9750H processor with 16GB DDR4 RAM, along with that aforementioned 8GB Nvidia RTX 2080 graphics card. You'll also get a 1TB SSD to store all your games on. You can upgrade to a 2TB option, but it'll cost you an extra $200. 

With those specs, you're looking at some serious gaming power. 

It is also a full HD (1080p) display, which is the only downside to this laptop really, but that means it'll be more economical when it comes to power. Either way, this is a fantastic deal that shouldn't be overlooked if you're looking for a high-end gaming laptop this Prime Day. 

Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deals

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Alienware m15 R2 with RTX 2080 | $2,800 $1,699.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Get this Alienware laptop complete with RTX 2080, Intel i7 9750 processor, 1TB SSD, 16GB DDR4 RAM, and a slimline design for over $1,000 off right now at Dell. 

If you splash out on a new laptop, why not check out our round-ups of the best accessories around, including the best PC headsetsbest gaming keyboards, and the best gaming mouse? They'll help make your gaming experience even better.

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Sam Loveridge
Sam Loveridge

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