The early Black Friday deals from Newegg continue to roll in and today’s offers include this MSI GF75 Thin gaming laptop with RTX 3060 for $300 off and you can even save an additional $100 with an extra rebate offer.
The MSI GF75 Thin is definitely a great midrange gaming laptop made even better with a nearly budget gaming laptop price. Originally retailing for $1,499, you can get it over at Newegg for just $1,199 to start. After the separate rebate offer available right now, the final price comes down to just $1,099. This puts it in competition with some of the best cheap gaming laptops on the market in terms of price, but offering some outstanding specs in return.
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Today’s best MSI GF75 Black Friday deal
This MSI GF75 Thin sports an Intel Core i7-10750H processor, Nvidia RTX 3060 6GB GDDR6 GPU, 16GB RAM, a 512GB NVMe SSD, and a 1TB HDD. It also features a 17.3-inch full HD display with 144Hz refresh for smooth gaming performance.
It only has a 51WHr battery though, which is about 30WHrs smaller than many other gaming laptops this size, so don’t expect spectacular battery life. But if you don’t mind keeping with eye-sight of a wall outlet with this one, you really can’t beat it for the price.
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Find all the best early Black Friday deals from all the major tech retailers from across the web:
- Amazon: Early Black Friday deals on AirPods, TVs, Instant Pot, and more
- Best Buy: Black Friday prices on 4K TVs, laptops, iPads, and appliances
- Dell: up to $700 off the XPS 13, Inspiron, and Alienware
- HP: laptop deals starting at $199.99
- Samsung: Black Friday savings of up to $3,500 on 4K and 8K QLED TVs
- Target: massive deals on TVs, toys, Dyson, Keurig, and more
- Walmart: Black Friday deals on TVs, toys, vacuums, and more
- Newegg: Early Black Friday deals on PCs, components, and more
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