King July 17, 2019

Amazon’s two-day Prime Day 2019 is winding down and along with it some of the best deals. But there are still some gaming Prime Day sales — for instance, the Oculus Go best-ever price has returned from oblivion — and other general discounts that are worth checking out in our handy list. You’re welcome.

And it’s not just Amazon Prime Day deals either. Amazon’s event has triggered competing deal days at retailers such as TargetWalmarteBay and Best Buy. Meanwhile, manufacturers are running sales on their own sites, and some of those are pretty good.

If you’re looking for more deals, our sister site GameSpot has its own lists specifically for the PS4, Nintendo Switch and more. And maybe consider going old-school with Prime Day deals on tabletop games.

Things to keep in mind

  • We’ll collect all of the Prime Day laptop and PC deals here and will continue adding throughout the day.
  • We’ll keep an eye on pricing and availability, and note when certain items sell out or when the sale prices expire. All expire at the end of the event, 11:59 a.m. PT on July 16, unless otherwise noted.
  • Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.

Sarah Tew/CNETIt’s not the fastest 17-inch gaming laptop, but it’s got better battery life than most. This model includes an Nvidia RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics card, a 144Hz screen, an Intel i7-8750H processor, 32GB RAM and 512GB SSD. (Note we previously listed the sale price as $2,299; this was given to us in error.)

$2,399.00 AT AMAZON

Sarah Tew/CNETThis is a great budget value, with an Intel Core i5-8300H processor, 8GB RAM, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card and a 256GB SSD.

$600.00 AT BEST BUY

Read the Acer Nitro 5 review

Sarah Tew/CNETThis is a good price for the not-quite-top-of-the-line m17, configured with a six-core, eighth-gen Intel Core i7-8750H CPU and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q graphics chip. Battery life isn’t great, but the m17 has future-proof brute force and makes fewer design sacrifices than comparably robust laptops.

$1,700.00 AT AMAZON

Read the Alienware m17 review

Sarah Tew/CNETIt had expired, but now it’s back: the 32GB version of the Oculus Go VR headset is back at it’s lowest price ever. The 64GB version of this self-contained VR headset isn’t at its lowest price, but it is the lowest price ever on Amazon at $40 off its normal price of $249.

$159.00 AT AMAZON

Read the Oculus Go review

MicrosoftThis is the return of Walmart’s “build a bundle” deal from Black Friday. The base price of $299 isn’t great — you can often find Xbox One S bundles with games for closer to $249 — but Walmart:

1. Lets you choose which game bundle you want: NBA 2K19, Battlefield V, Fortnite, Forza Horizon 4 or Minecraft.

2. Throws in an extra controller, so you get a total of two controllers.

3. Also includes your choice of a HyperX or (for an additional $10) Turtle Beach headset.

So, all in all, not too shabby if you’re coming to the Xbox for the first time.

$299.00 AT WALMART

Read the Xbox One S review

MSIIt’s got budget components — Intel Core i7-8750H, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650, 8GB RAM, 256GB and SSD — but this 15-inch laptop has a decent budget price to match.

$829.00 AT AMAZON

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As with the Xbox bundle, this is less about a deep discount, and more about getting a bunch of extras thrown in. For $30 over the usual price of a Switch, you get:

1. A Switch console in your choice of colors.

2. Your choice of one of five games: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2 or Super Mario Party (all of these usually cost $50 to $60).

3. Your choice of a free accessory: a portable power bank, a carrying case/screen protector combo or a camo messenger bag.

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