Building your own PC requires patience, confidence, and time not everyone can afford. Picking out parts that are compatible with each other is a much easier task than it used to be, but if anything goes wrong it’s up to you to figure out what the problem is. However, there’s a great option out there for those who want to join the PC gaming world but aren’t necessarily ready to build their own gaming PC. Pre-built gaming PCs skip the build step entirely, but even with these already-built rigs, you need to know what you’re looking for. We’ve made it easy by selecting a variety of the best pre-built gaming PCs that are in stock and worth your money.
Pre-built gaming PCs have come a long way over the last couple of years, and while some are still more expensive than the sum of their parts, they’re a convenient and great option for PC gaming. There is also a wide range of prices, much like PC parts themselves. If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, then there are plenty with more modest specs to choose from. There are also pre-built gaming PCs that can rock high settings–and yes, your bank account, too.
Some of these pre-built gaming PCs are discounted right now, though it’s important to note that prices on the internet fluctuate regularly: What you see on this page may not reflect what you see when you click through. Please note the correct price before placing your final order. And if you’re looking for a cheap monitor to pair with your new PC, check out our guide to the best budget monitors that are in stock right now. We also have guides on the best gaming keyboards and best gaming mice.
Note: The prices shown below indicate a product’s standard list price and may not reflect any current discounts or other fluctuations.
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Huge PC Gaming Sale Discounts Gaming Laptops, Monitors, And Desktops
Over the next few days, Newegg has a ton of great gaming deals just in time for the back-to-school season. If you’ve been in the market for a new gaming laptop or desktop, then now’s a great chance to snag one at a discount. The latest sale also features some fantastic gaming monitors and external hard drives that are perfect for consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One.
Many of these deals are available until August 10, though be sure to double-check availability and price before ordering. We’ll keep this article updated throughout the week with more products and deals as they go live or their stock is depleted.
1.This Cyberpunk 2077 2TB external hard drive works great as extra storage for your PS4 or Xbox One, and it has an awesome design as well. While it is Xbox One-branded, you can use it on PS4 as well.
2.These external hard drives do feature branding for the Xbox One and PS4, but they work with either console no matter what their shell says. 2TB is plenty of space for games as well, making it an excellent way to expand your console’s storage space.
3.The Asus ROG Strix Hero III gaming laptop currently features a huge $450 discount, which makes this incredible laptop particularly enticing. It’s packed with an RTX 2070 graphics card, i7-9750H processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a 512GB SSD in addition to a 144Hz, 1080p IPS display. And since it’s equipped with an RTX graphics card, you get a free copy of Rainbow Six Siege: Gold Edition.
4.This Aorus gaming monitor is a great display, especially for those who enjoy competitive shooters. Its IPS display boasts a 165Hz refresh rate and 1440p resolution. Pair that with its FreeSync and G-Sync compatibility, and you have a screen capable of super-smooth gameplay and high, variable frame rates.
5.Asus’s TUF gaming monitor is also a great option for gamers. Another IPS display, it features a 1440p resolution and 165Hz resolution. And thanks to its FreeSync and G-Sync compatibility, it can also handle variable frame rates extremely well.
Samsung And Microsoft Deepen Partnership With Phone-to-PC App Integrations And XCloud Gaming
Samsung and Microsoft are cozying up even more.
The two tech giants on Wednesday unveiled deeper integrations between their services and products, including the ability to use mobile apps on Windows 10 and xCloud gaming-related features. It’s an extension of their high-profile partnership announced last year.
The news was part of Samsung’s big Galaxy Unpacked event that included the debut of five new devices: Galaxy Note20, Tab S7, Galaxy Watch3, Z Fold2, and the Galaxy Buds Live. The Note20 will debut Aug 21.
Link to Windows was first announced a year ago and lets Android smartphone users make calls, send text messages, check notifications, and more from their Windows PC, using the Your Phone app.
With the new Note20, users will be able to interact with mobile apps such as Instagram and WhatsApp from their PC. The apps can be pinned to the Windows 10 taskbar or Start menu, and users will be able to run multiple mobile apps side-by-side on a PC later this year.
“Whether you are working on a document, keeping up on your social media feed or simply staying connected with family and friends, everything is accessible in one place, so your flow is never broken,” Microsoft exec Yusuf Mehdi wrote in a blog post.
There is also new auto-syncing between Samsung Notes and Samsung Reminders with Microsoft productivity apps such as Outlook and OneNote. Microsoft is also adding Outlook integration to Samsung Galaxy watches.
The Microsoft-Samsung partnership is also now extending to gaming. The Note20 will have a unique Xbox Game Pass app in Samsung’s Galaxy Store, giving gamers access to exclusive expansion packs and other downloadable content. The companies are also offering a Note20 gaming bundle that includes three months of a Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription that is required for Microsoft’s new cloud game streaming service that debuts Sept. 15, in addition to a Power A MOGA XP5-X Plus bluetooth controller with an attachable phone clip.
Samsung and Microsoft partnered previously, but have become much closer over the past year. It’s notable given Microsoft’s past struggles with its smartphone business and Samsung’s relationship with other tech giants. And it’s a departure from six years ago, when Microsoft sued Samsung over Android patent licensing deal.
Microsoft plans to launch its own Android device, the dual-screen Surface Duo, later this year.
Here’s some initial reaction to the company’s deeper partnership with Samsung.