Dell is king of the hill when it comes to best Prime Day Deals with a $680 discount on one of its high-end gaming laptops. The deal brings down the price of the Alienware m17 R2 to $1,200 from its usual $1,879 tag — making it a no-brainer for someone who wants an uncompromised gaming experience on a budget. You can take advantage of the offer directly on Dell’s website with the coupon code DBAWAP4 to save over 30%.
The Dell Alienware m17 R2 features just about everything you’d need on a gaming laptop. Its highlight is the premium ninth-generation Intel Core i7 chipset paired with Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2060 6GB graphics card. On top of that, you have 512GB of SSD storage and 8GB RAM which should be more than enough to play the latest gaming titles such as Call of Duty: Warzone and Microsoft Flight Simulator at the highest resolution.
The Alienware m17 R2 also comes equipped with a wide 17.3-inch 1080p screen. Therefore, you won’t necessarily have to spend extra on a monitor. If you do find yourself reaching out for external peripherals, the Alienware m17 R2 has an ample number of ports including Ethernet, 3x USB Type-A, USB Type-C with Thunderbolt 3, and more. Plus, it has all the standard trappings of a gaming laptop such as a two-fan cooling system and an RGB keyboard that enables you to personalize each key’s backlighting.
Dell’s Prime Day deal discounts the Alienware m17 R2 by over 30% to its lowest ever price, and these specifications are rare to find in this price range. Dell hasn’t specified how long will this deal last, so you should hurry if a premium gaming laptop is on your must-have list. Before that, don’t forget to browse through our compiled sections for all the available Prime Day Laptop Deals and Prime Day Gaming Laptop Deals.
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