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If you're on the hunt for a powerful gaming laptop with some of the most recent hardware inside, then consider the Lenovo Legion 5i gaming laptop that's on sale for $1,249 at B&H Photo. Reduced from $1,799, this Gen 8 variant of the Legion 5i contains a 13th Gen Intel Core i7-13700HX 16-core processor, 32GB of DDR5 RAM, and Nvidia's RTX 4060 GPU which help to power the blisteringly fast 2560 x 1600 QHD screen with 240Hz refresh rate. 

A favorite keyboard amongst professional typists and productivity users, the full-sized Logitech MX Mechanical wireless keyboard is down to $139, the cheapest it's ever been on Amazon. With proximity-based reactive lighting and good battery life over Bluetooth, the Logitech MX Mechanical also features tactile mechanical keys that have been quietened slightly to help keep the noise down in your work environment. 

One of the best deals on this fairly recently released GPU sees the XFX Speedster SWFT210 AMD Radeon RX 7600 GPU reduced to $257 at Best Buy. Not requiring any mail-in rebates, this deal has a small $12 reduction off of its usual retail price. Classified as a budget 1080p GPU even though it's still over $250, the RX 7600 offers 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM, a 2.66GHz boost clock speed, and a modest 165-watt TDP.

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Lenovo Legion 5i Gaming Laptop (13700H/RTX 4060): now $1,249 at B&H

Lenovo Legion 5i Gaming Laptop (13700H/RTX 4060): now $1,249 at B&H (was $1,799)
With a 15.6-inch IPS screen. 2560 x 1600 resolution, and a refresh rate of 240Hz, the Legion 5i gaming laptop from Lenovo can handle all of the latest games with ease. This laptop features a 13th Gen Intel Core i7 13700HX 16-core processor, 32GB of DDR5 RAM, 1TB SSD, and powerful Nvidia RTX 4060 graphics.


Logitech MX Mechanical Wireless Full-Sized Keyboard: now $139 at Amazon (was $169)
A superb productivity keyboard, the Logitech MX Mechanical is a favorite of professionals. This full-sized keyboard features connectivity via the included Logitech Bolt receiver, BlueTooth, or USB-C. The keyboard uses quiet tactile switches and illuminated backlighting that responds to your proximity to the keyboard. The Battery can last up to 10 months on a single charge with the lighting disabled, or 15 days with the lighting on.


XFX Speedster SWFT210 AMD Radeon RX 7600 GPU: now $257 at Best Buy (was $269)
One of the most recent GPU releases, the RX 7600 comes with 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM and 2048 GPU Cores similar to that of the 6650 XT and 6600 XT. This graphics card has speeds of 2.25GHz base and 2.66GHz in boost mode. It does offer a slightly lower power consumption of 165 watts compared to the 180 watts of the 6650 XT. See our review of the RX 7600 for more in-depth details.

Intel 670p Series M.2 2280 1TB: now $34 at Amazon

Intel 670p Series M.2 2280 1TB: now $34 at Amazon (was $39)
This SSD has a 1TB storage capacity, but other sizes are available including a 512GB model and a 2TB model. The 1TB edition has read/write speeds of 3500/2700 Mbps and is supported by a 5-year warranty from Intel.

Solidigm P44 Pro 1TB SSD: now $54 at Newegg with promo code SSCVA535

Solidigm P44 Pro 1TB SSD: now $54 at Newegg with promo code (was $79)
You can take home the Solidigm P44 Pro 1TB SSD for $54. It uses a PCIe 4.0 interface and is driven by an SK hynix Aries controller. It’s capable of reaching read/write speeds of 7000/6500 Mbps.
Use code SSCVA535 for a $5 discount. 

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  • Roland Of Gilead
    A 4060 for a 2560x1600 res at 240 hz. The GPU will be eaten up at native, and will necessitate DLSS/3/Fram Gen just to keep FPS relevant at that res.
  • Ravestein NL
    In the RTX4060TI 16Gb article it is a so so video card which is also too expensive and here it's a laptop with a superfast RTX4060????
    240hz screen but a 4060 won't ever be able to get to 240fps in the somewhat modern games so this is also overkill.