The selection of the best notebook (gaming) offers of Prime Day 2021

Nicola Leagues


21/06/2021 ore 00:00 – Updated on 06/21/2021 at 00:25

The Prime Day 2021 of Amazon starts today and will last all of the 21 e June 22, 2021. In this article you will find a selection of 8 notebook (with diverse alternative in the middle), suitable for all budgets and needs. We have deliberately carried out avery careful selection manual among all the best notebooks, looking only for the real discounts and above all really recommendable products. Be careful because these offers are dedicated only to Prime users: if you are not yet registered, you can do it for free at this address.

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Below you will find all the hand-selected products, with a brief description that explains its pros and cons. If you want to discover all the offers of the Prime Day 2021 just click on the orange button above, but we remind you that there are also offers for a selection of Amazon Warehouse products, discounted by 30%.

HP – PC 14s-dq0041

Let’s start with a laptop of economic range, but with an important detail: a SSD 128 GB instead of an eMMC, which we often find in entry-level models. This gives an extra shot to the whole system, which certainly makes it more recommendable even than cheaper solutions. Other specifications see the use of a Intel Celeron N4020, 4 GB of RAM and a screen from 14” HD.

And if you want something even less, you are spoiled for choice all year round; there is no need to wait for Prime Day, also considering that we are talking about really low prices. If, on the other hand, you are in the mood to spend a little more, it may be worth upgrading to an Acer Swift 1, which has basically the same features, but with a full HD display, and costs 369€ discounted.

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Lenovo IdeaPad 3

Lenovo has models for all bands and the IdeaPad series is the classic example. The Lenovo IdeaPad 3 that we propose has a display of 15,6″ full HD TN, with processor Intel Core i3-1005G1, 8GB in RAM e 512 GB of SSD, obviously with Windows 10. Not even a fingerprint reader is missing, for a complete PC suitable for the whole family.

If you want a little more performance there is the version with AMD Ryzen 5 3500U a 529€ and the one with Intel Core i5-1035G1 a 579€.

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HP Pavilion 14

With this version of Pavilion 14 you will have a truly complete notebook. The Core i5-1135G7 it is indeed a really versatile CPU, which will also allow you to play in full HD to various titles of past years. 8 GB of RAM e 512 GB of storage they are sufficient for most uses, and the fingerprint reader will help you log in faster.

And if its 14 inches were too tight for you, you might consider this 15.6 “from MSI a 699€, but be careful because it is without operating system, and therefore intended for the most geeks. Alternatively there is also the evergreen 15-inch Huawei MateBook D, with i5-1135G7, 16 GB of RAM e 512 GB of SSD, always the 699€. Going up to € 749 there is also another 15.6 ”notebook from HP with i7-1165G7, but if it were not the size to push you to increase, with the Pavilion 14 you will not have to complain.

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Surface Pro 7

Surface Pro tablets have in fact invented a genre, so it’s impossible not to recommend even one, although it’s not the most modern of suggestions. In fact, we have a 10th generation i5 processor, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage for the base model at € 749, which is the Best price of the year on Amazon for this product. The version with 256GB of storage comes instead 869 euro.

We would like to point out to Microsoft hardcore fans that the Surface Book 3, but it is such a unique machine that it is difficult to recommend to anyone. TO 1.799€ find the 13.5 “model, with Core i7, 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB SDD, while a 2.299€ there is the 15 ″ with Core i7, 32 GB of RAM and 512 GB SDD.

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Lenovo Legion 5

What is missing from the laptops we have recommended so far? A beautiful discrete graphics card. The Legion 5 takes care of bringing it to you, with less than a thousand euros!

This is a 15.6 ″ FHD in 120Hz, with processor AMD Ryzen 7 4800H, 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB of SSD, and one NVIDIA RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6, FreeDOS, Phantom Black. Warning: we are without operating system, which means that you will have to supply yourself, but after all such a product begins to be destined for a rather demanding clientele, who will know how to move.

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LG Gram

LG Grams have been synonymous with for years maximum lightness, without neglecting autonomy and a minimum of performance. The most successful model in general, in the opinion of the writer, is the 14-inch, which in fact is what we recommend. In this way you will have portability at the highest levels, while still maintaining an acceptable rigidity.

Specifically we have a 14 “FHD IPS display in 16:10, Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD, plus a 72Wh battery that guarantees the above autonomy, and a weight less than one kilogram. On paper it is practically the same technical sheet of the Pavilion as before (which on purpose we told you to be an excellent choice), but here we have lightness and autonomy of another level.

As an alternative there is also the Gram 17: more or less the same features, larger screen, and 100 euros more to take it home.

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Acer Predator Helios 300

We are moving to the high end of gaming with this Helios 300. Intel Core i7-10750H, 16 GB DDR4, 1 TB PCIe NVMe SSD, 15.6 ″ FHD IPS 144 Hz screen, and above all a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 8GB. A laptop that can let you play anything you want in full HD, without worries.

And if you want to go even further, with 300 euros more you can take the model equipped with the 8GB RTX 3080.

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MSI GE66 Raider

MSI and Acer chase each other in this range, and here is also a couple of proposals from the Chinese manufacturer. MSI GE66 Raider is a 15.6 ″ FHD IPS a 300Hz, with Intel Core i7-10870H, 16GB RAM DDR4, 1TB SSD M.2 PCIe, ed una NVIDIA RTX 3060 6GB GDDR6: compared to Acer it improves the screen, but the graphics go down a bit.

Alternatively there is the GP66 Leopard, which drops to 144 Hz refresh, but with i7-10750H and an 8 GB RTX 3080; but in the meantime we also climbed to 2.299€, the most expensive notebook in our review.

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All the products described may undergo changes in price and availability over time, so we always advise you to check these parameters before purchasing.

To find the best products depending on the type, you can take a look at ours special hub for Prime Day 2021 at this address, or consult the dedicated articles that we leave you to follow:

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