There's no better time to get a steal of a deal on a gaming laptop than Cyber Monday and if you're looking for the best budget offering then you found it right here. The ASUS FX505DT combines AMD and NVIDIA hardware to create a potent gaming experience, and right now it's down to just $600.
Cyber Monday steal
$100 off - now only $600
Our budget Ryzen gaming laptop pick is reduced for Cyber Monday, with a cool hundred off bringing it down to just $600. Grab it while you can!
What makes this laptop so good, then? For one it comes with both an AMD Ryzen 5 processor and an NVIDIA GTX 1650 dedicated GPU, which combined give a solid 1080p gaming experience. You're also getting a fast 120 Hz refresh rate display, as well as 8GB of RAM and a superfast NVMe SSD for storage.
At its regular $700 price point this is a good buy, at $600 it's a great buy. The Cyber Monday deals will be over very soon, but if you've been hunting for the best deal on a budget gaming laptop, you found it right here.
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