Save over $1,000 on one of our favorite gaming laptops from Mashable

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SAVE $1,100: As of April 24, the Razer Blade 14 gaming laptop is on sale for $1,499.99, or $1,100 off the original price of $2,599.99, at Best Buy. It’s one of our favorite gaming laptops in general, but we specifically love it for its power, compact design, and impressive battery life.

If you’re looking to get into PC gaming but don’t have the time, money, or space to commit to building a tower and desk setup from scratch, we highly recommend that you consider buying a gaming laptop. They aren’t as powerful as desktop PCs, but you can still run some pretty hefty games on them if you get the right one. Plus, they won’t occupy a ton of real estate and you can take them on the go.

One of our favorite compact yet powerful gaming laptops is the Razer Blade 14, and it’s currently on sale at Best Buy for a whopping $1,100 off the original price of $2,599.99. It’s still not cheap at $1,499.99, but we’d absolutely call it a steal considering what you get for the money.

The Razer Blade 14 is sort of like the MacBook Pro of gaming laptops. It’s compact and sleek (most gaming laptops aren’t), extremely powerful, and features a gorgeous display that’ll give all of your games that extra “wow” factor. When we tested out the Blade 14 for review, we were extremely impressed with the laptop’s battery life of about four hours during heavy gaming sessions. Now, that number may seem low at first glance, but when you put it into the context of gaming laptops, it’s actually on the high end — many other gaming laptops clock in at around one or two hours of gameplay, so you pretty much always have to play with them plugged in. And when we weren’t playing games, the Razer Blade 14 kept a charge for a little over 10 hours.

Yes, it’s a pricey machine, but you really do get what you pay for here: An ultra-powerful, compact gaming rig with high-end specs. At this discount, it’s worth every penny.

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