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The Best Black Friday Deals on Gaming Laptops

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The Asus ROG Zephyrus G14. | Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

You’re not just looking for a workhorse. You want a laptop that’s got game. Maybe that means frame rates, maybe even a high-refresh-rate screen for enhanced responsiveness in less demanding games. But above all, you want bang for the buck. That’s why you’re buying right now, during Black Friday week, when some of the best deals (and a bunch of predatory fake ones) show up.

These are the deals that caught my eye — the ones I might consider myself or recommend to a friend, depending on their needs and budget. Let’s start with the least expensive and go from there!

The best Black Friday gaming laptop deals

The Gigabyte A5 K1 is $729 at Newegg ($470 off) or $749 at Best Buy, a killer deal for midrange specs — an RTX 3060 (130W) and Ryzen…

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Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023: All the News and Updates From the Event

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Here’s the latest from this year’s first Samsung event.

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Nissan Shows Off a Real Version of Its Rad-looking Max-Out Electric Convertible Concept

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The Nissan Max-Out is virtual no longer. The automaker rolled out a physical version of its electric convertible concept to celebrate its Nissan Futures event, which is being held at its global headquarters in Yokohama, Japan, for the next several weeks.

We’ve seen renderings of the Max-Out, alongside several other futuristic concepts, when Nissan announced its ambitious five-year $17.6 billion electrification strategy in November 2021. Now, the Max-Out has taken physical form and will be on display for the duration of the company’s event, which is expected to last through March.

The Max-Out is a two-seater with a low-slung stance to emphasize speed and performance. Nissan says that it will include dynamic cornering and a steering…

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Pinterest’s New Round of Layoffs Comes Weeks After Its Last Cuts

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Pinterest is reportedly laying off around 150 people after it already cut jobs in December, according to Bloomberg. Bloomberg’s report says that’s less than five percent of Pinterest’s workforce, and that they affect several different teams.

The company says its “making organizational changes to further set us up to deliver against our company priorities and our long-term strategy,” according to a statement sent to The Verge by spokesperson Meredith Klein. It did not specify how many employees were being laid off. The people who are losing their jobs will receive “separation packages, benefits and other services,” according to Klein.

There have been a lot of recent layoffs in tech, with Amazon cutting 18,000 jobs, Google letting go of…

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