RTX 40 Series gaming laptops are here, and we’ve searched high and low for the best possible prices on these brand new beasts.
Fair warning, they don’t come cheap. For example, the Asus ROG Zephyrus M16 with RTX 4090 looks set to cost you around $4,000. But there are other options that offer improved value for money.
Beyond the sheer increase in performance over the likes of the RTX 3080, DLSS 3.0 is a game changer when it comes to looking at some of these as serious desktop replacements with the versatility to take on the go.
Although these laptops have just been released, we're already beginning to see price cuts. And if you want even bigger discounts, check out our RTX 30 series laptop deals roundup
So settle in, establish your budget, and take a look at the best RTX 40 series gaming laptop prices available right now.
Best RTX 4050 laptop deals
MSI Thin GF63: $999 @ Amazon
This is the lowest price of entry into the RTX 40 Series universe. Beyond that RTX 4050 GPU, you will find a 12th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a 512GB SSD. Combine this with a 15.6-inch 1080p display with 144Hz refresh rate and plenty of I/O, and this is a great low cost system.
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra: $2,199 @ Best Buy
We’re big fans of the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, and while it is pricier than the other two RTX 4050 laptops in this category, what you’re ultimately getting is a prime creator laptop with gaming credentials to boot. Alongside that GPU, you’ll find and Intel Core i7-13700H CPU, 16GB DDR5 RAM and a 512GB SSD
Best RTX 4060 laptop deals
Lenovo Legion 5i Pro Gen 8 RTX 4060:
$1,799 $1,649 @ B&H
Save $150 on latest Lenovo Legion 5i Pro gaming laptop. This gaming rig packs a 16-inch (2560 x 1600) 240Hz matte display with 500 nits of brightness for a best-in-class viewing experience. It's powered by the latest Intel Core i7-13700HX 16-core CPU coupled with 32GB of RAM and Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 GPU with 8GB of dedicated VRAM. Store your important docs and game files on the laptop's ample 1TB SSD.
Best RTX 4070 laptop deals
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra: $2,799 @ Best Buy
Yes, this is quite the price jump from the other two. But much like the 4050 Book 3 Ultra, you’re investing in a true laptop for creative professionals — thanks to that gorgeous OLED display, slim profile and fantastic ergonomics. Of course, that 120Hz refresh rate and the sheer horsepower in here makes it great for gaming too!
Best RTX 4080 laptop deals
Razer Blade 16: $3,599 @ Newegg
You know what, beyond that obligatory Razer price increase, you actually get a good amount of raw horsepower for your money! The Razer Blade 16 has a gorgeous 16-inch QHD panel with 240Hz refresh rate, an Intel Core i9-13950HX CPU, that bleeding edge RTX 4080 GPU, 32GB DDR5 RAM and a 1TB SSD. Oh, and you get a free copy of Hogwarts Legacy with your purchase!
Best RTX 4090 laptop deals
MSI Raider GE78 HX: $3,999 @ Newegg
Go big or go home, right? This configuration of the GE78 HX gives you the best possible price-to-performance ratio in an RTX 4090 laptop that’s available today. It all starts with a top-of-the-line Intel Core i9-13980HX CPU, that RTX 4090 GPU with a massive 16GB GDDR6 video memory, a whopping 32GB of DDR5 RAM and a 2TB SSD.
Razer Blade 16: $4,299 @ Newegg
With similar specs to the GE78 above, the real two selling points are the sleek design and its display. Why make that awkward choice between a 1080p panel with a super fast refresh rate or a 4K picture with slower Hz, when you can get a dual-mode display that can switch between either on the fly!?
MSI Titan GT77 HX: $5,299 @ Newegg
The tippity top of the line with a price tag to boot. If money is no issue and you want to max literally everything out, this is the one for you: 17.3-inch 4K display with 144Hz refresh rate, Intel Core i9-13980HX CPU, RTX 4090 GPU, 128GB of DDR5 RAM and a 4TB SSD.
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