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Last updated on September 17th, 2020 at 02:00 pm

As more and more power becomes available in sleek laptops that weight less and less, with longer and longer battery life – every KitGuru reader will be checking out the deals this year – either for themselves or in order to help advise a friend of family member. Start with our shortlist and you’ll see the best that we’ve tested.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 - AMD Ryzen 4000 is here!

In a one-two combo, AMD unveiled Ryzen 4000 Mobile at CES 2020 and then Asus hit us with the ROG Zephyrus G14 which left us in no doubt they were taking the new AMD CPU seriously. This svelte 14-inch notebook looked gorgeous and also packed a lighting system in the lid called AniMe that simply could not be ignored.

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Razer Blade Pro 17 (2019)

The Razer blade 17 has had another refresh for 2019 with upgrades to improve performance and now features a more refined chassis similar to the Razer blade 15. Our sample features a i7 9750H and RTX 2070 Max Q with a retail price of  £2679.99 - is this the ultimate thin gaming laptop for 2019?

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Dream Machines P960RN

Many of our readers will be familiar with Dream Machines' gaming mice, but the Polish company also produces a range of laptops. These are now being sold in the UK by Fierce PC, and today we are reviewing the Dream Machines P960RN gaming laptop. It may not be an especially memorable name, but with an i7-9750H and RTX 2080 Max-Q, for price that is just north of £2000, the hardware on offer is very tempting.

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Asus Zephyrus S GX701GX

One of the latest laptops to come from ASUS ROG, the Zephyrus S GX701GX is packing a lot of power in a chassis this slim. Not only is there a hexacore CPU, but RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics as well - meaning games motor along on this 1080p, 144Hz display which also has G-Sync support. It will set you back over £3000, but it is an excellent gaming machine.

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MSI GT76 Titan DT 9SG Laptop Review – the 5GHZ laptop

The GT76 Titan is a total beast in every sense of the word, weighing over 4kgs (plus two 330W power bricks) and packing a desktop i9-9900K processor which MSI claims can overclock to 5GHz on all cores. When you factor in the gargantuan £4499 asking price, it is clear this machine is not for the faint of heart.

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