Save $500 on this ROG Zephyrus gaming laptop with a 4090 GPU

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 RTX 4090 Discount

Right now Best Buy is offering a killer discount on the ROG Zephyrus G14 laptop that comes with an RTX 4090 GPU in it. It’s also packed with other powerful specs that will make this a beast of laptop to play games on. You would normally have to pay $3,299.99 for this configuration. But, you can save $500 through Best Buy’s sale and pick it up for $2,799.99 instead. I can’t stress enough how amazing it feels to play games on a laptop with an RTX 4090 GPU inside.

Games look so clean and run so smoothly that you might just wonder if you’re really playing games on a portable PC. In addition to the RTX 4090 GPU, the ROG Zephyrus G14 in this configuration also comes with an AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS CPU, 32GB of RAM, and a 1TB SSD for all your game and file storage. And to top things all off, it’s a 14-inch QHD+ screen with a 165Hz refresh rate. In my opinion, the best part is that it has all of this performance power while weighing just 3.79 lbs.

That is incredibly lightweight for everything that’s inside. Especially comparing it to other laptops I have tested with the same GPU. It is possible to have a powerful gaming laptop that’s thin and extra portable. All thanks to ASUS. That being said, $2,799.99 is still an expensive laptop. To be sure. However, if you were ever going to spring for a high-end gaming laptop, this should be the one. It features advanced and intelligent cooling to keep the laptop within reasonable temperature parameters while gaming. Even under heavy loads.

It also has plenty of ports for plugging in peripherals, support for Wi-Fi 6E, and an HDMI port for transferring the picture to an external display. Speaking of displays, the one on this laptop supports NVIDIA Optimus and the laptop has a MUX Switch. So you can use Optimus if you want better battery efficiency, or use the MUX Switch for dedicated GPU performance.

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