This ASUS ROG Zephyrus G gaming laptop with GTX 1660 Ti graphics is now just under £1000

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G GA502DU
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If you're wondering how it's possible to get a 15.6-inch gaming laptop with Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti graphics, 120Hz referesh IPS panel and a 512GB NVMe SSD, all in a slick-looking Asus chassis, the answer is pretty simple. This gaming portable runs an AMD CPU. Which is no bad thing.

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G GA502DU | GTX 1660 Ti | 15.6-inch 1080p 120Hz | AMD Ryzen R7 | 512GB NVMe | £999 (save £200)

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G GA502DU | GTX 1660 Ti | 15.6-inch 1080p 120Hz | AMD Ryzen R7 | 512GB NVMe | £999 (save £200)  
Thanks to an AMD CPU (it's actually AMD's fastest quad-core mobile processor), this Asus portable is remarkably affordable, despite packing Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti graphics and a hefty 512GB NVMe SSD, not to mention an IPS panel with 120Hz refresh. What a package.

AMD has really shaken things up with its Ryzen CPUs, and its latest third-gen mobile CPU is no different. The quad-core AMD Ryzen R7-3750H is the top pf the current range and it allows this sleek Asus gaming laptop to sneak under £1000 on Amazon Prime day while offering some fabulous all-round specs and sweet slim-bezel design.

OK, £999 is still a lot of money. But for a gaming laptop with high refresh and a CPU and GPU combo that's capable of supplying sufficient frame rate, it's one heck of a package. A genuinely good deal that won't last long past Prime Day.

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Jeremy Laird
Hardware writer

Jeremy has been writing about technology and PCs since the 90nm Netburst era (Google it!) and enjoys nothing more than a serious dissertation on the finer points of monitor input lag and overshoot followed by a forensic examination of advanced lithography. Or maybe he just likes machines that go “ping!” He also has a thing for tennis and cars.