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Save over $500 on this RTX-powered Asus gaming laptop

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If you’re looking to pick up an affordable gaming laptop this holiday season, you’ve come to the right place. You can get the RTX-loaded Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 for $1,139.99 at Adorama, which is a massive savings of $560. Not only does this machine come with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU, but it also has a 1440p display with a fast 120Hz refresh rate. Heck, there’s even a free upgrade to Windows 11 (if you so desire).

The ROG Zephryus is rocking an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HS CPU, the aforementioned Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of SSD storage. While this laptop can easily zip through older games on the higher graphics presets, you’ll want to scale it back on newer titles. The 14-inch display has a resolution of 2560×1440, a refresh rate of 120Hz, and an aspect ratio of 16:9. The display size is a little small for a gaming laptop, but you can easily hook up to an external monitor thanks to the diverse port selection. This selection includes one HDMI, one USB-C, two USB-A, and one USB-C with DisplayPort support.

This is a really good deal, but we don’t expect it to last long, especially with the holidays right around the corner. Grab it now.

Get the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 for $1,139.99 at Adorama

Ashley is a professional writer and editor with a strong background in tech and pop culture. She has written for high traffic websites such as Polygon, Kotaku,, and Nerdist. In her off time, she enjoys playing video games, reading science fiction novels, and hanging out with her rescue greyhound.

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