You’re getting a Ryzen 5 5600H processor, 8GB RAM, and a 256GB SSD here – smaller specs in the grand scheme of the best gaming laptops, sure, but still excellent value at this price point. Of course, if you’re after a little more grunt under the hood, you can spend just $150 more and upgrade to a model with an i7-11800H processor and 512GB of SSD storage space. This version comes in at just $849.99 (was $1,218.99)(opens in new tab) at Dell right now, for a saving of $369. You’ll find information on both of these offers just below, and plenty more cheap gaming laptop deals further down the page.
Particularly on its more affordable G-Series range, Dell frequently provides some great gaming laptop prices. But recently, one particular offer was always there on the shelves before going away last week. The RTX 3050 Dell G15 is once again available for $699.99(opens in new tab), which represents a $319 savings off the $1,018.99 MSRP. Aside from this stalwart, there aren’t many gaming laptop bargains that bring machines with RTX 30-Series GPUs down to this level of cost. However, if you’re not going to be playing too many demanding games or you just want to play through your Steam Indie collection, this is a no-brainer piece of equipment befitting of any entry-level gamer.
Save $319 – The gaming laptop deal built for any entry-level buyer is back at Dell this week, with the RTX 3050 Dell G15 dropping down to $699.99. That’s a saving of $319 over the original $1,000+ MSRP, so even though you’re picking up a baseline Ryzen 5 5600H / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD spec, there’s plenty of value packed in. Save $369 – You’re spending $150 more on this Intel version of the Dell G15, but picking up considerably more power by doing so. With double the storage in that 512GB SSD and an impressive i7-11800H processor at the helm, this $369 saving is working particularly hard for you this week.
Managing Editor of Hardware at GamesRadar+, I originally landed in hardware at our sister site TechRadar before moving over to GamesRadar. In between, I’ve written for Tom’s Guide, Wireframe, The Indie Game Website and That Video Game Blog, covering everything from the PS5 launch to the Apple Pencil. Now, i’m focused on Nintendo Switch, gaming laptops (and the keyboards and mice that come with them), and tracking everything that suggests VR is about to take over our lives.