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Best Prime Day Laptop Deals 2020

Amazon’s Prime Day sales are halfway through, with all those tempting discounts set to disappear at midnight. To help you find a bargain before the day is over, we’ve rounded up all the best Prime Day Laptop Deals for 2020 right here. 

We’ve included a good mix of laptops, sorting them up in ultrabook, gaming laptop and high-end creator-focused laptops so you can quickly find the ideal portable for your needs. We’ve also made sure to cater to as many budgets as possible, whether you want to keeping spend to a minimum or you’re happy to flash the cash.

However, most of these deals are exclusive for Prime members so if you’re keen to grab yourself a bargain, make sure to sign up to Amazon Prime by following the link.

Keep this page bookmarked so you’re up to date with the latest and greatest Prime Day Laptop deals. 

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Best Laptop Prime Day deals - Dell XPS 13 2020 (Tiger Lake)

The ultrabook the category to go for if you’re more interested in portability than performance power. Students, office workers and those looking for a cheapish laptop are best looking here, with prices dropping as low as £659.99. 

This list of discounted laptops includes some of the very best laptops currently available, including the likes of the Dell XPS 13 2020, MacBook Air 2020 and Surface Laptop 3. Check out the deals below:

Deal: Huawei MateBook D 14 for just £659.99 (original RRP £749.99)

Deal: Microsoft Surface Pro 7 for just £659.99 (original RRP £899)

Deal: Asus ZenBook UX434FLC for just £749.99 (original RRP £999.99)

Deal: Samsung Galaxy Book S for just £799 (original RRP £999)

Deal: Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 for just £779.99 (original RRP £999)

Deal: Dell XPS 13 2019 for just £945.14 (original RRP £1199)

Deal: MacBook Air 2020 for just £948.99 (original RRP £999) 

Deal: LG Gram 17 2020 for just £1047.99 (original RRP £1353.76)

Deal: Samsung Galaxy Book Ion for just £1049 (original RRP £1299)

Deal: Razer Blade Stealth 13 2020 for just £1248.99 (original RRP £1548.98)

Razer Blade 15 (2020)

If you want a laptop that specialises in gaming, then this is the best list for you. Every laptop here can play AAA games such as Call of Duty, Fortnite and Assassin’s Creed, although they’ll differ greatly in terms of performance. A GTX 1650 will have to compromise graphics settings in order to play in Full HD, while the RTX 2080 Super graphics card is capable of 4K resolutions, incredibly high frame rates and ray tracing. 

The Amazon Prime Day deals range in cost from a super-affordable £629.99, to a whopping £2699.99, providing you plenty of options to find the perfect discounted gaming laptop for your budget. Check out the deals below:

Deal: Asus TUF FX505 with GTX 1650 for just £629.99 (original RRP £799.98)

Deal: HP Pavilion 15-dk1007na with GTX 1650 Ti for just £799.99 (original RRP £900)

Deal: Razer Blade 15 2020 with GTX 2060 for just £1517.82 (original RRP £1799.99)

Deal: ASUS ROG Strix G532LWS with RTX 2070 for just £1899.99 (original RRP £2199.99)

Deal: Asus ROG Strix G732LXS with RTX 2080 Super for just £2699.99 (original RRP £3499.99)

MacBook Pro 16

Amazon has also discounted a few laptops for Prime Day that excel at high-end creativity. These laptops are capable of editing photos and video, while the likes of the Galaxy Book Flex also allows you to scribble on the screen with a stylus. 

The 16-inch MacBook Pro is arguably the standout deal here, with £251 lopped off the price despite being our all-time favourite laptop for content creation. Check out the deals below:

Deal: 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro for just £2148 (original RRP £2399)

Deal: Samsung Galaxy Book Flex for just £1099 (original RRP £1349)

Deal: Gigabyte AERO 15 WB for just £2098.99 (original RRP £2499)

Deal: Microsoft Surface Book 3 for just £2258 (original RRP £2298.99)

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