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The Razer gaming laptop with an RTX 2060 graphics card is $700 off for a limited time

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The Razer gaming laptop with an RTX 2060 graphics card is $700 off for a limited time

The user can have it as the best 'deal of the day' at Amazon, so you have until the end of today to get it for $1,800, its lowest price ever. Users of laptops around the globe are getting amazing deals on laptops and other gadgets this year. Here we are talking about the best discounts at which the Blade Pro is available today. The Blade Pro 17 is designed as a center for both gaming and content creation.

The laptop is not as inexpensive as other laptops, but getting it means you're paying for one of the thinnest, cleanest gaming laptop designs. Amazon is offering numerous sharp discounts on some PC gaming laptops, desktops, and accessories for today only and Razer's Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop is present in the discounted list.

This laptop is famous among the game users for its sleek design. Interestingly, Razer's laptops aren't typically available at an affordable price, but sometimes the user can luckily find a good deal or two. For today only, the users can get this laptop for $1,799.99, $700 off the usual price—and at the most economical price, this laptop has ever been available on Amazon. It was priced $200 more on Cyber Monday.

Along with a GeForce, RTX 2060 graphics card—which can knob most of today's games on high-settings—this gaming laptop consists of a 6-core/12-thread Intel i7-9750H processor, 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a 144Hz screen refresh rate. The graphics card isn't of the Max-Q variability, so the user cannot lose any performance power, and while the SSD may be on the small side, the user can effortlessly upgrade the SSD at any point in time—RAM too, if 16GB isn't cutting it.

$1,799.99 is still an attractive price to offer while most other laptops with similar specs are weightier and bulkier. The Blade 17 Pro also offers a Thunderbolt 3 connection, SD card reader, and killer audio. It's also fully well-matched with the current Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard.

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