If you’re looking for the power of an RTX 30 series GPU for less than £1,000, we’ve got good news. This MSI Katana with an RTX 3070 GPU and 144Hz display got a major £400 price cut, and it’s one of the cheapest RTX 3070 gaming laptops we’ve ever seen.
Right now, you can pick up the MSI Katana GF77 with an RTX 3070 GPU for £999 (opens in new tab) over at Laptops Direct. That’s cheaper than gaming laptops with an RTX 3060, meaning this is a deal you’ll definitely want to consider. Plus, its snappy Intel Core i7-11800H CPU and 15-inch display with a 144Hz refresh rate are welcome features. For more great deals, read on.
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