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Laptop and Desktop PC Deals on Newegg This Week - Take Advantage of Lower Pricing on Gaming PCs - Gadget Insiders


Laptop and Desktop PC Deals on Newegg This Week – Take Advantage of Lower Pricing on Gaming PCs


Laptop and Desktop PC Deals on Newegg This Week - Take Advantage of Lower Pricing on Gaming PCsGamers were in for some difficult, if not entirely unexpected news on Tuesday, as Blizzard announced that it will be cancelling its next-generation MMO IP, the company’s seven-years-in-the-making successor to World of Warcraft. Speaking to Polygon, Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime said that the IP, which was known behind the scenes as “Project Titan,” simply did not have the oomph it needed to stand out as a massively multiplayer online classic in a similar vein to WoW. “It didn’t come together,” said Morhaime. “We didn’t find the fun. We didn’t find the passion. We talked about how we put it through a reevaluation period, and actually, what we reevaluated is whether that’s the game we really wanted to be making. The answer is no.”

Yes indeed, that did make for some hard news to swallow, even if World of Warcraft and its offshoots remained popular and less and less was heard about Project Titan over time. But if you’re a PC gamer, there’s far more to look forward to in the horizon, including a Grand Theft Auto V release date early next year. And you can also get ready for GTA V and other potential PC blockbusters with a new gaming rig, which, as you’ll see below, is quite easy to find on Newegg. With all that said, let’s take you to those gaming laptop and gaming desktop deals.

While not a gaming laptop per se, you only need pay $379.99 on Newegg (reg. price $499.99, 24 percent off) on the HP 250 G3 configuration with 4 GB RAM, 320 GB hard drive space, an Intel Core i3 chipset clocked at 1.8 GHz, and an Intel HD Graphics 4000 GPU. If you’re a casual PC gamer, this laptop should be more than sufficient for your needs, and as shown on the price we quoted above, this should make for a good value-for-money proposition. As for actual gaming configurations, the MSI GE Series GE70 comes with a 2.8 GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8 GB RAM, a 1 TB hard drive, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M solution, all for $1,099.99 – this, as far as we can see, is full-fat pricing, but eleven hundred dollars is still relatively affordable for a gaming laptop.

Gamers may have better luck shopping for gaming desktops, as Newegg’s Daily Deals for today include a couple of nice ones. The first setup is an Expect Extreme GIA-K140K configuration with 3.7 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, an X79 motherboard, a 2 GB GTX 770 graphics card, 16 GB RAM, a 1 TB hard drive, a 250 GB solid-state drive, and other items, including a free copy of Total War: Rome II. Originally priced at $1,507.90, this gaming PC bundle will now cost you just $1,365.99, with an additional $50 savings via instant rebate.

If the above gaming PC deal is too expensive for you, Newegg has another one that should be worth checking out. The bundle with AMD FX-9370 4.4 GHz eight-core processor, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB hard drive, a digital download coupon for Thief, and other items is now going at the discount price of $1,023, which is good for $96.92 savings off the original price of $1,119.92. Like the above PC configuration, you can save an additional $50 after a mail-in rebate.

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