Okay, you've probably seen a number of great laptop deals during Cyber Monday, but nothing has been quite this absurdly good. Walmart is currently selling a laptop with NVIDIA RTX 2060 graphics for just $699 (opens in new tab). Considering you'd usually never see anything from the RTX 20-series in this price range, this is quite the steal.
Incredibly, this is also a laptop from an old-school brand: Gateway. Usually, it costs $999, but this Cyber Monday sale shaves $300 off of that price.
Gateway Creator Series w/ RTX 2060 GPU | $300 off
Snagging an RTX 2060 in a laptop costing just $699 is truly a standout deal. Considering you're also getting a 10th Gen Intel processor, it's a solid laptop if you want to get some casual gaming or creative work in. This deal won't last past Cyber Monday, though, so get it while the gettin' is good.
For your money, you'll get a 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10300H processor with 8GB of RAM, 256GB of SSD storage, and the aforementioned GeForce RTX 2060 graphics. Gateway rounds things out with a 15.6-inch 1080p display that features a speedy 120Hz refresh rate. You won't be powering through games at Ultra settings with this rig, but it's definitely enough to push modern games at low-to-moderate settings without breaking a sweat.
You definitely shouldn't expect this laptop to be kitted out with the same premium feel you'd get from something like a Razer Blade 15. However, when you consider you're getting quite a capable little gaming rig for $699, a fraction of the Blade's price, that's perfectly acceptable.
Looking for something a little more on the premium side? Check out our roundup of the best Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals for more.
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