If you’re on the hunt for the best gaming laptop deals, then you’re in luck! We’ve scoured the internet for the best deals that will give you mobile gaming power without destroying your bank account.
You may be looking for an affordable budget gaming laptop that you can take with you on journeys to play casual or indie games, or looking for a huge gaming behemoth that packs in top-of-the-range components that would make a gaming desktop PC blush – no matter what your needs, we have you covered.
We’ve got the best weekly deals on gaming laptops at the top of this page, bringing you the very latest bargains, and beneath that we have the best prices for our favourite gaming laptops.
The best laptop deals of the week
MSI Leopard GP672: Argos has knocked £30 off the asking price for this midrange gaming laptop with a Core i7 CPU, 8GB RAM and Nvidia GTX 950m graphics card – now £799 from Argos
Asus ROG GL552VX-CN239T: This 15.6-inch gaming laptop from Asus has £100 knocked off the price, making this an excellent deal that nets you a device with an Intel Core 15 processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, GeForce GTX 950M graphics card and a brilliant-feeling keyboard – now £749.97 from Amazon
Medion Akoya P7641: Looking for an entry level PC gaming laptop to check out what all the fuss is about? This won't be running the latest FPS games on Ultra settings, but will comfortably run more modest titles thanks to its 6GB of RAM, i5 processor, NVIDEA GeForce graphics card and 128GB Solid State Drive –
Medion Erazer X7843: If you're going to need something with considerably more grunt, then Medion has discounts on the Erazer line too. How about a £350 discount on one with an i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M graphics, 16GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD and a 1TB hard drive for ?
Medion Erazer X7843: There's an alternative option too if you need your Solid State Drive to be even bigger. Same spec as the deal above, but with a 256GB SSD. So double the size for just an extra £100 (but the sale saves you £350 on the regular price). Get this .
We'll continue adding the best laptop deals in the latest sales as we find them. Up next, you'll find the latest prices on some of the most popular laptops around, followed by the best deals on TechRadar's favourite gaming laptops
Where to find the best gaming laptop deals in the UK:
- Amazon gaming laptop deals
- PC World gaming laptop deals
- John Lewis gaming laptop deals
- Currys gaming laptop deals
- Laptops Direct gaming laptop deals
- Argos gaming laptop deals
Popular budget gaming laptop deals
In a world full of overpriced gaming laptops with internals that overcompensate for their underqualified screen resolutions and short-lived batteries, the Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming is a breath of fresh air. Ditching the Alienware moniker for something a little more mainstream, Dell has crafted yet another gaming PC masked as a productivity machine. Following in the footsteps of the Dell XPS Tower Special Edition, the Inspiron 15 is a gaming computer you wouldn’t be embarrassed to use in public. From the outside looking in, the Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming is a class act. Better yet, it’s relatively powerful, long-lasting and, come to think of it, pretty damn affordable too.
Read the full review: Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming
Popular mid-range gaming laptop deals
The Asus Strix GL502 may not boast the most innovative design, swapping out the usual black and red color scheme for one that makes it feel like Halloween year-round. But, it's undoubtedly one of the best when it comes to gaming in 1080p. In fact, we were able to crank the settings all the way up in Overwatch without taking a hit below 60fps. The battery life is janky, sure, but the screen, performance and onboard sound system more than make up for it.
Read the full review: Asus ROG Strix GL502
Like the GameCube of laptops, the HP Omen 17 has the build quality of a children’s toy. However, when you see what it can do, you’ll wonder why it didn’t cost more. At 7 pounds, you’ll have to forgive the weight of the HP Omen 17 if you want to benefit from its 17-inch Quad-HD display. Of course, although the GTX 1070 is more of a 1440p performer than a 4K one, you can still expect a consistent 30 fps in games like The Division at the highest graphical settings. Overall, the HP Omen 17 is HP’s Gigabyte P57X equivalent, but with Bang & Olufsen speakers that might tip you over the edge.
Read the full review: HP Omen 17
Popular high-end gaming laptop deals
The Predator 17 X isn’t the kind of laptop you would take to a coffee shop on a Tuesday afternoon to catch up on assignments. Unless you don’t mind lugging around a bulky power brick and a 10.03-pound (4.67kg) computer, this is a notebook best left at home. The Predator 17 X is, however, one of the most well-rounded gaming laptops. A desktop-class Nvidia GeForce GTX 980, for instance, is built into the base of the machine, making it (just barely) capable of gaming in 4K. This is a smart move considering that, if you shell out a bit more cash over the base model, the 17 X boasts an Ultra HD display, complete with G-Sync functionality. Paired with more than enough ports to get the job done, the Acer Predator 17 X is well worth the steep asking price, even if it does take three-and-a-half hours to charge.
Read the full review: Acer Predator 17 X
For many gamers, Ultrabook is a four-letter word, but it doesn't have to be. The first time you get your hands on a Razer Blade, you'll be looking at a battery life of 3 hours and 35 minutes in-game (or six hours of non-stop video). While you could argue it does skimp as far as graphics are concerned, with the help of a Razer Core external GPU enclosure, you can strap an Nvidia Titan X inside if you want.
Read the full review: Razer Blade