That old gaming rig not quite running like it used to? Taking a while to start up in the morning? Ping ain’t what it used to be? A mere shadow of the laptop it was a few years ago? Been looking for a gaming laptop deal for a while?
Well if you have a sob story like this one (or just fancy a new computer for gaming), then you’re in luck. For this weekend only, you can get 10% off all gaming laptops and desktops at Currys by entering the code 10GAMEHW when you reach the checkout.
But this is a limited time offer only, so best not to dilly-dally – the shutters come down at 23:59pm on October 23.
Out top 3 best gaming laptop deals at Currys
We’ve sifted through the Currys’ stock and picked out three laptops that you should be considering this weekend:
ASUS ROG Zephyrus GX501: It was only natural that we’d pick out the laptop that currently sits atop our list of 10 best gaming laptops. It’s stylish, it’s portable, and BY GOD it’s powerful. This is the cheapest price around, and you won’t feel short changed by the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card. Just don’t forget to enter 10GAMEHW at the checkout for 10% off.
Alienware 17: Alienware is the go-to brand for many gamers, and that’s only likely to be reinforced by this tasty discount. We love he combo 1TB hard drive and mighty 512GB SSD on this machine. And that huuuuge 17.3-inch Quad HD display will appeal if you want the to pick out every detail of your games’ environments.
Dell Inspiron 15 5000: Don’t fancy paying in excess of a grand for your new gaming rig? We can’t say we blame you. This Dell Inspiron is a fine budget alternative, still boasting an Intel i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050M graphics card. You can get it for a tenner less at Amazon, but at Currys you can click and collect straight away!
Out top 3 best gaming PC deals at Currys
Not bothered about having a game station that you can move from room to room? Then these desktop gaming PCs may be more to your favour:
Alienware Aurora R6: It’s another chart topper – this Alienware machine is that number 1 in our best gaming PC rundown. That’s largely thanks to the top-of-the-range Kaby Lake CPU, 16GB Ram and enviable NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics. But we also like the fact that the machine itself is nice and compact.
HP Omen 880: One of the most familiar brand names on the home computing market, HP’s Omen 880 is a terrifying looking machine. But the innards match the aggressive casing, with a massive 2TB HDD, 256GB SSD and AMD Ryzen 7 1700 processor being the choice over Intel.
Dell Inspiron 5675: Bargain hunters – once again Dell is your friend. You can get the 5675 for less than £650 thanks to the 10GAMEHW code. Of course it doesn’t have specs to match the above two machines, but the AMD Radeon RX 560 graphics card is VR-ready if that’s your poison, and the AMD Ryzen 3 1200 processor should be more than a match for most games.