This gorgeous blue GTX 1660 Ti gaming laptop is on sale for $1,400

This gorgeous blue gaming laptop with a GTX 1660 Ti is on sale for $1,400
Pick up this sleek, high-end gaming laptop for $100 off the asking price. (Image credit: Asus)

Gaming laptops come in all shapes and sizes, but if you're looking for something on the thin side, this deal might be for you. Asus currently has one of its ROG Zephyrus M laptops on sale for $1,399.99 on Amazon—a $100 discount from the MSRP, the lowest recorded price yet. And it's a beautiful 'glacier blue.'

This laptop offers a 6-core/12-thread Intel Core i7-9750H processor, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card, a 240Hz 1080p IPS display measuring 15.6 inches across, and an ultra-slim metal chassis just 18.9mm thick (0.74 inches). There's also an RGB keyboard, USB Type-A and Type-C ports, an HDMI 2.0b connector, an Ethernet jack, and an 81 percent screen-to-body ratio.

While you can certainly get a laptop with more gaming horsepower for less money—it's not difficult to find models with an RTX 2060 graphics card in this price range—the premium cost mainly comes from the thin build and the 240Hz display. Even though the GTX 1660 Ti won't be able to push 240fps in most newer games, it's still nice to have, and the IPS panel means colors are sharp and vivid in any situation.

ROG Zephyrus M Gaming Laptop | $1,399.99 (save $100)

ROG Zephyrus M Gaming Laptop | $1,399.99 (save $100)
This stylish blue gaming laptop from Asus is at its lowest recorded price yet.

While we haven't reviewed this specific laptop ourselves, it has received mostly-positive responses from other outlets. Our friends at TechRadar said the Zephyrus M GU502 "doesn't compromise on the essentials." LaptopMag reviewed a slightly-different model than the one on sale (the RTX 2060 variant), and noted it had a "sturdy, lightweight chassis" with a comfortable keyboard.

Corbin Davenport

Corbin is a tech journalist, software developer, and longtime PC Gamer freelance writer, currently based in North Carolina. He now focuses on the world of Android as a full-time writer at XDA-Developers. He plays a lot of Planet Coaster and Fallout and hosts a podcast all about forgotten stories from tech history.