Amazon Prime Day keeps swinging and it's not stopping any time soon, delivering the best Prime Day gaming laptop deals, but none of them have came close to the Asus TUF Gaming A15 shaving $200 off its initial price.
Right now, you can get the Asus TUF Gaming A15 for just $799 at Best Buy. It's rare to find a gaming laptop with an RTX 2060 GPU that's under $1,000, so you don't want to miss out on this deal.
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Here is where things get a bit odd. Asus is marrying AMD and Nvidia components inside the TUF Gaming A15. This rare combination should lead to strong performance, especially thanks to AMD's newly-announced processors. It comes with an AMD Ryzen 7 CPU, 8GB of RAM, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 GPU with 6GB of VRAM and a 512GB SSD.
The TUF Gaming laptop is a chunky device even though its new thin display bezels helped reduce the overall footprint of the machine by 7% from the previous model. To keep the price down, the TUF Gaming A15's chassis is made out of plastic. This isn't the cheap, sticky plastic you find on most budget machines; The TUF Gaming A15's deck has a brushed finish stylized with sharp lines and aggressive angles that give the laptop an attractive "gamery" aesthetic. The TUF Gaming A15 feels like a durable machine and is even MIL-STD-810H tested for withstanding extreme conditions.
Getting an RTX 2060 GPU in your laptop is a steal at under $1,000, but the only catch with this machine is that it comes with only 8GB of RAM, so keep that in mind if you dare run Google Chrome, or even Minecraft with mods.
Amazon Prime Day 2020 officially kicked off on October 13 and we've been seeing tons of deals on the industry’s best laptops. Be sure to bookmark our best Amazon Prime Day laptop deals page for this year’s exclusive deals on laptops.
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