Gaming Laptop Deals

Gaming Laptop Deals

Compare prices for a huge range of gaming laptop deals from the UK's leading retailers. Console Deals is the UK's biggest dedicated gaming comparison website, with tens of thousands of prices compared on a daily basis. Never miss the best gaming laptops for fantastic cheap prices with our state of the art comparison system.

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Acer gaming laptop deals

Acer are one of the world's best-established laptop manufacturers, and their gaming laptops are among some of the most highly regarded. Their Nitro 5 and Predator Helios ranges are particularly popular, and come in a range of prices depending on spec. 

Acer Swift 3 SF313-52 13.5" Laptop - Silver
4 deals from £749.00
Acer Nitro 5 AN515-44 15.6" Laptop - Obsidian Black
4 deals from £679.00
Acer 513 13.3in Qualcomm 4GB 64GB Chromebook - Silver
3 deals from £349.00
ACER CB314 Touch 14" Chromebook - Intelu0026regCeleron, 64 GB eMMC, Silver, Silver
3 deals from £249.00
Acer Aspire 5 A515-56 Laptop - Silver
3 deals from £527.00
ACER Swift 3 13.5" Laptop - Intel Core i5, 512 GB SSD, Silver, Silver
2 deals from £579.00
ACER Aspire 5 A515-44 15.6" Laptop - AMD Ryzen 5, 512 GB SSD, Black, Black
2 deals from £549.00
ACER Predator Triton 500 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Intelu0026regu0026regCore i7, RTX 2070, 1 TB SSD
2 deals from £1699.99

Huawei gaming laptop deals


Huawei have risen to prominence in the last few years, and have developed a wide ranging portfolio of tech products. Given the explosion of interest in gaming laptops, it's little surprise that Huawei have plenty of options in that department too!. While they don't have the dedicated gaming laptop range of Acer or ASUS, they still have plenty of options that are more than capable of running games, often at a relatively budget-friendly price.

Huawei Matebook D 15.6" Laptop [2020] - Grey
5 deals from £509.00
Huawei Matebook X Pro 13.9" Laptop [2019] - Grey
5 deals from £644.99
Huawei MateBook 13 13" Laptop [2020] - Space Grey
4 deals from £579.99
HUAWEI MateBook D 15.6" Laptop - Intel Core i5, 256 GB SSD, Space Grey
3 deals from £499.00
Huawei MateBook D 14 14" Laptop - Space Grey
3 deals from £599.00
Huawei Matebook D 15 15.6" Laptop - Space Grey
3 deals from £499.00
HUAWEI MateBook D 14" Laptop - Intel Core i5, 256 GB SSD, Grey
3 deals from £637.77
HUAWEI MateBook D 14" Laptop - AMD Ryzen 5, 256 GB SSD, Grey, Grey
3 deals from £599.00

ASUS gaming laptop deals

One of the best-selling manufacturers of laptops and notebooks in the world and famed for their first in class motherboards, it's little surprise that ASUS also boast a fantastic range of gaming laptops. Both their ASUS ROG and ASUS TUF ranges are ideal for gamers, boasting more than enough power to handle demanding games. ASUS also produce a range of gaming headsets, ideal for kitting out a full gaming set up.

ASUS ZenBook 14 UM433IQ-A5037T 14" Laptop - AMD Ryzen 7, 512 GB SSD, Grey, Grey
5 deals from £499.99
Asus E410MA 14" Includes Microsoft 365 Personal 12-month subscription with 1TB Cloud Storage Laptop - Blue
4 deals from £198.93
ASUS C223NA 11.6" Chromebook - Intelu0026 Core Celeron, 32 GB eMMC, Grey, Grey
4 deals from £159.00
Asus ZenBook Flip UX371EA 13.3" Laptop - Black
4 deals from £1469.00
Asus TUF FA506IU 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Metallic Grey
4 deals from £799.00
ASUS E210MA 11.6" Laptop - Intelu0026 Celeron, 64 GB eMMC, Blue, Blue
4 deals from £199.00

HP gaming laptop deals

HP have been a computing giant for decades, and have made huge strides into the gaming laptop market with two ranges in particular; the HP Pavilion and the HP Omen. These ranges combine everything you need to take on whatever genre of game you prefer with the seal of quality that only a brand such as HP can boast.

HP 15s-eq0032na 15.6" Laptop - Blue
3 deals from £499.00
HP 14-db0500sa 14" Chromebook - AMD A4, 32 GB eMMC, Blue, Blue
3 deals from £169.99
HP Omen 15.6in i7 16GB 1TB SSD RTX2060 FHD Gaming Laptop
3 deals from £899.00
HP Stream 14 inch AMD 3020e 4GB 64GB Cloudbook - White
3 deals from £199.99

MSI gaming laptop deals

Unlike many gaming laptop manufacturers, MSI have always had a focus gaming, rather than laptops. As such, they're perfectly positioned to know exactly what gamers look for in their devices. They have an expansive range designed to suit every budget and requirement, with their Stealth range in particular extremely popular for its combination of value and, as the name suggests, portability.

MSI Stealth GS75 17.3" Intel® Core™ i7 RTX 2070 Gaming Laptop - 512 GB SSD
1 deals from £1499.99
MSI GE66 Raider 15.6" Gaming Laptop - IntelCore i7, RTX 2070, 512 GB SSD
1 deals from £1549.97
MSI GF63 Thin 15.6” Gaming Laptop - Intelu0026regCore™ i5, GTX 1650, 256 GB SSD
1 deals from £770.00
MSI GF65 Thin 15.6” Gaming Laptop - Core i7, RTX 2060, 256 GB SSD
1 deals from £799.97

Lenovo gaming laptop deals

Similarly to Acer and ASUS, Lenovo have built a reputation on delivering high quality laptops before they entered the gaming side of things, but they have plenty of options, some of which are extremely cost friendly, that pack plenty of punch. Lenovo have also launched a range of dedicated laptops intended for gaming, the Series 3 and the Legion.

Lenovo Chromebook S345 - 14" Light Weight Laptop AMD A4-9120C 4GB RAM 32GB eMMC (81WX0004UK)
5 deals from £169.99
Lenovo Legion 7 15IMH05 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Slate
4 deals from £1149.94
Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Laptop - Slate
4 deals from £699.00
Lenovo Chromebook Duet ZA6F0025GB 10.1" 2 in 1 Laptop Tablet Mediatek P60T, 4GB, 64GB eMMC
4 deals from £179.99
Lenovo Legion 5 15ARH05 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Phantom Black
4 deals from £707.00
Lenovo Legion 7 15IMHg05 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Grey
4 deals from £1799.00
Lenovo Legion 5 15IMH05H 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Phantom Black
4 deals from £829.98
Lenovo IdeaPad L340-15IRH 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Black
3 deals from £549.99

What is a gaming laptop?

A gaming laptop simply refers to any laptop that’s been specifically designed with the purpose of playing video games in mind. You see, whereas the early days of computing saw the internet rife with flash games that didn’t demand lashings of processing power, your standard word-processing laptop simply won’t be capable of running games such as the latest Far Cry, Call of Duty and Battlefield. A gaming laptop will run games at the highest possible fidelity, boasting a powerful enough GPU to always ensure a smooth experience.

Where can I buy a gaming laptop?

Various UK retailers have been quick to jump onto the gaming laptop craze, offering units from the likes of HP, Razer and MSI that have all been developed to offer PC players with the upmost convenience. We at Console Deals save you the trouble of scouring the internet in search of the best gaming laptops at the lowest price, comparing prices from such popular UK retailers as Argos, Currys/PC World and others. Some retailers offer a more extensive range than others, so we pull in the gaming laptop line-ups of everyone.

How is a gaming laptop different from a gaming PC?

Gaming laptops and gaming PCs share a lot of similarities, with obviously the major difference being the former’s inherent portability. Another comes from how a lot of PC players who opt for a traditional computer setup prefer to build their own using various components, whereas gaming laptops save you the hassle by letting you play the latest games in the best quality right out of the box. Because of this, though, gaming PCs can be continually upgraded over time to keep up with the processing demands of new games. Gaming laptops, meanwhile, are more affordable but usually have to be sent to its manufacturer to have a new graphics card or storage drive upgraded.

How much do gaming laptops cost?

Gaming laptops run the gamut of affordability, generally ranging anywhere between £400 to £3000. The higher the gaming laptop costs will directly correlate to the amount of power it’s packing, often featuring a better screen, better-equipped graphics card and a larger hard drive. Cheaper gaming laptops, on the other hand, will always come with certain concessions. The good news is that Console Deals aims to highlight all styles of gaming laptop at the very best price, comparing units from various UK retailers to ensure you get a great deal whatever your preference.

Why buy a gaming laptop instead of a desktop?

Gaming laptops hold one key advantage over desktops; their portability. However, the reason for their increasing growth in popularity among hardcore gamers is that this portability and accessibility is nowadays coming with fewer and fewer compromises in terms of power. Depending on your budget, gaming laptops are now able to go toe-to-toe with some of the most powerful gaming desktops out there, and can also outstrip the likes of the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. 

There’s also been some significant leaps forward in design, enabled by the ever-improving technology that powers these laptops being far more compact. This means that having a powerful laptop no longer means lugging around something that resembles a full desktop in both size and weight. Modern gaming laptops are sleek, high performance devices that offer outstanding usability beyond the standard gaming remit. Equally, many top end laptops are now capable of running games at high quality thanks to their superb specs.

Why buy a gaming laptop instead of a console?

As you might have guessed, we love consoles! However, we also love helping our users to make informed choices and to find great deals no matter what gaming device they’re looking for.

Though consoles have made huge strides in the online gaming arena, there’s no question that the biggest online community and choice of huge online games continue to reside on PC. Gaming laptops also come with a huge library of games that are being constantly updated and tweaked available via launches such as Steam and Epic, which is less true in the case of the upcoming PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles, at least initially.

Gaming laptops also cater to a wider range of budgets - while most budget options will cost similar to what a PS4 Slim or Xbox One S will set you back at least, there are almost limitless options to invest in more powerful options should you wish.

What to look for in a gaming laptop

Buying a gaming laptop can be tricky, particularly if it’s not an area that you’re familiar with. These are the key features you should look for before choosing which gaming laptop to buy:

The processor

Processors are of utmost importance when picking a gaming laptop. Unfortunately, the terminology around them can be a bit labyrinthine. The key stat to look at (you may need to Google the precise processor you’re looking at) is the number of cores the processor has. These go as low as two and as high as sixteen, but for a solid gaming laptop, you’re probably going to want a minimum of four and ideally six or more.

Graphics card

While the processor determines what games the laptop can cope with in general, it’s the graphics card (or GPU) that dictates what resolution and at what frame rate you can expect. Unlike cores with processors, there’s not a quick and easy way of determining the power of a GPU (typically, the bigger the model number, the better), so some searching of particular models is always a good idea.

RAM

If you’re the sort of person who likes to have a lot of programmes running at the same time, RAM is important. The more GBs of RAM you’ve got, the more room you’ve got to play with when it comes to running programmes, which includes games, concurrently. Some gaming laptops go above and beyond when it comes to offering dozens of gigs of RAM, which is overkill for many games. However, it is still a key differentiating factor between gaming and non-gaming laptops. For most games, you need to be looking at around 8GB of RAM.

Hard drive

Though not as important as the other features on our list when it comes to actually playing games, it’s still important to bear in mind the size of the drive you’ll have to store games on. Most laptops nowadays have more than enough storage space, but if you’re a particularly prolific gamer, you might want to bear it in mind. Another consideration is the sort of hard drive the laptop comes with. SSDs are more expensive, but are much quicker, meaning loading times are reduced.

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