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    Killer Deal: Alienware m15 Is Now $300 Off

    Get your trigger finger ready. Dell is slashing the price of its premium gaming rigs by up to $530.

    Currently, you can get the Alienware m15 Laptop w/ GTX 1060 for $1,349.99 ($330 off). This Editor’s Choice laptop is Alienware’s latest thin-and-light gaming rig measuring just 0.7 inches thick. It features a 2.2GHz Core i7-8750H six-core CPU, 16GB of RAM, 256GB SSD with 1TB/8GB Hybrid drive, and GTX 1060 graphics. This deal expires March 19 at 6 am ET.

    Starting March 19 at 11 am ET, the PC manufacturer will take from $350 to $530 off the following XPS and Alienware systems:

    The Editor’s Choice Alienware Aurora sports Intel’s blazing fast 9th-gen 3.6GHz Core i7-9700K octo-core processor. Complimenting Intel’s speedy CPU is Nvidia’s beefy RTX 2070 graphics card. The two should be more than enough to breeze through any task or game you throw its way. Rounding out Aurora’s specs are 16GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.

    Meanwhile, the XPS Tower Special Edition sports the same CPU and 256GB SSD but packs 32GB of RAM and a GTX 1070 video card. That still makes for an impressive gaming rig, even though it doesn’t pack Nvidia’s latest RTX card.

    Both Alienware and XPS deals will expire March 20 at 6 am ET.

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