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Australia’s best Black Friday 2021 gaming laptop deals, save up to 40%


Save over $1,000 on select gaming laptops from brand name retailers such as Dell, MSI, Lenovo, OMEN and Alienware.

Gaming laptops have come a long way in the past few years and with the world wide shortage of graphics cards, the best way to upgrade your gaming set-up right now is with a laptop.

Most of the laptops currently made specifically for gaming are far more powerful than any desktop that could be built for the same amount of money. Now is the best time to get into the gaming laptop market, while stocks last that is.

Prices correct at time of publication, but can change when Black Friday deals sell out or if retailers price match. We'll do our best to update but act fast to make sure you don't miss out!

Alienware M15 R6 Gaming Laptop: Save $525.25

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Alienware is one of the leading providers of gaming laptops, with the brand becoming synonymous with the portable gaming community. This Black Friday, Alienware is selling the M15 R6 Gaming Laptop for only $2,373.75, that's a price cut of 18% from $2,899. It has the same specs as many of the other laptops listed, with an Intel 11th Gen Core and GeForce 3060, but it also comes with the Alienware Cryo-Tech cooling system that will keep your laptop cooler for longer.

MSI GE66 Raider 15.6-inch: Save $1,900

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MSI has one of the most expensive gaming laptops on sale this Black Friday, with the MSI GE66 Raider 15.6-inch down to $3,499 from $5,399. It has an NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2080, 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 1TB SSD and only weighs a light 2.38 kg.

ASUS TUF Notebook 17.3": Save $500

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The ASUS TUF Notebook 17.3-inch is geared for serious gaming and durability, with a 10th gen Intel Core i7 CPU, GeForce GTX3050 GPU and RGB backlighting. Save $500 on the ASUS TUF Notebook 17.3-inch, down from $2,299 to $1,799 at Amazon.

Dell G15 Special Edition Gaming Laptop: Save $870

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Dell is offering 20% off the G15 Special Edition Gaming Laptop, with the price down to $2,028.99 for Black Friday. This obsidian black laptop has an 11th Gen Intel core i-7-11800H, NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3060 6GB GDDR6 and a 512 GB Solid State Drive for faster loading and smoother gaming on the go.

Lenovo Legion 5i Gen 6 15": Save $620

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The latest Legion 5i Gen 6 15-inch gaming laptop from Lenovo has had its price cut by 21% to $2,209 for Black Friday, down from $2,829. With an NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3060 graphics card, 512GB SSD and 11th Gen Intel Core 1-7-11600H, this gaming laptop is a strong contender for desktop gaming.

Lenovo Legion 5 17-inch AMD Phantom Blue: Save $700

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Lenovo is offering a range of deals on gaming laptops, the biggest one being the Legion 5 17-inch AMD Phantom Blue, which has been price-cut by $700 down to just $2,099 for Black Friday. The AMD Phantom Blue has the same graphics card, but boasts a 1TB SSD and AMD Ryzen 7 5800H.

Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 Gen 6 15": Save $620

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Also from Lenovo is the IdeaPad Gaming 3 Gen 6 15-inch gaming laptop. This slim and lightweight laptop offers an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H Processor, 512GB SSD and the same graphics card as the Legion 5i Gen 6 series. Unlike the Legion 5i Gen 6 series, the IdeaPad Gaming 3 Gen 6 is only $1,779, down from $2,349, a saving of 24% for Black Friday.

HP OMEN Gaming Laptop 15-en1040AX: Save $460

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This Black Friday, OMEN is throwing its hat in the ring with 20% off the OMEN Gaming Laptop 15-en1040AX. This powerful laptop uses an AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card that can handle most modern gaming titles.

When is Black Friday 2021?

This year's Black Friday event officially begins on 26 November, but a bunch of deals are already starting to appear online, just like the ones above. Be sure to bookmark our Black Friday deals hub and check back regularly in the Finder app to see the biggest discounts to avoid missing out on the best bargains.

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