Alienware m15 R4 RTX 3070 Gaming Laptop Hits New Low for Prime Day

Alienware m15 R4
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It's been almost almost half a year since the RTX 3070 launched, and it's still almost impossible to find it outside of the best gaming laptops and best gaming desktops. Alienware's usually a good bet when looking for reliable systems with this card, which is why its exciting to see its Alienware m15 R4 laptop, which is configured here with an RTX 3070, a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 and a 300Hz display, selling for a new $1,999 low over on Amazon.

Alienware m15 R4 Gaming Laptop: was $2,499, now $1,999 @ Amazon

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This Alienware m15 R4 configuration has an Intel Core i7-10870H CPU with an RTX 3070 laptop GPU and a 15.6 inch, 300Hz screen. This configuration comes with a 1TB SSD and 16GB of memory.

Our review for this laptop praised its sleek design, strong performance and snappy keyboard, all of which are great features for a laptop to have, since cases, screens and keyboards aren't easily replaceable in this form factor. We did have issues with this laptop's heat and battery life, though those problems are pretty common for a gaming laptop.

One thing to note is that, while this price is a new low, this deal isn't as steep as it would seem on first blush. While the laptop started selling for $2,499 last week, it's historically sold much closer to $2,111. However, $1,999 still represents savings over that price.

For more Prime Day savings, check out our Prime Day live blog and lists of the best Prime Day gaming PC and laptop deals, best Prime Day SSD deals, best Prime Day Monitor Deals, Best Prime Day Dell Gaming deals and the best Prime Day hardware deals overall. Our sister site, TechRadar, has a broader list of Amazon Prime Day deals that includes product categories we don't typically cover, such as smart home devices, TVs and phones.

Michelle Ehrhardt

Michelle Ehrhardt is an editor at Tom's Hardware. She's been following tech since her family got a Gateway running Windows 95, and is now on her third custom-built system. Her work has been published in publications like Paste, The Atlantic, and Kill Screen, just to name a few. She also holds a master's degree in game design from NYU.