Gigabyte's RTX 2070 Aorus 15 laptop is $270 off, and it comes with a free backpack

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Gigabyte's RTX 2070 Aorus 15 laptop is $270 off, and it comes with a free backpack

Although your gut instinct might tell you to go ahead and fork over a small fortune for the best gaming laptop on the market, your bank account suggests otherwise. Even at their most affordable, gaming notebooks are expensive, which is why, oftentimes, have to wait for a deal before copping one for yourself. Luckily, online shops like Newegg offer exclusive bundles now and then, such as this RTX 2070 configured Gigabyte Aorus 15 for $1,729.

A full collection of Artifact cards now reportedly costs around $40

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A full collection of Artifact cards now reportedly costs around $40

One of Valve’s riskier decisions with Artifact was to tie its cards to the Steam Marketplace. When the game launched, it was possible to buy every card you needed to complete your collection that way, but getting your hands on the most sought-after rare cards was an expensive proposition, with certain heroes costing nearly $20. But markets rise and fall, and now you can get a complete set of Artifact cards for around $40.

Two Point Studios is now owned by Sega

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Two Point Studios is now owned by Sega

Two Point Hospital developer Two Point Studios is now a part of Sega, which announced today that it has acquired the studio after working with it as a publisher for more than two years. Sega said the acquisition is the first to come about as a direct result of Sega Europe's Searchlight program, which seeks out and supports "exciting new development talent" and games.

Intel's 'Project Athena' vows to improve crappy laptop battery life

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Intel's 'Project Athena' vows to improve crappy laptop battery life

Two weeks after showcasing its 9th generation mobile Core processors for high performance notebooks, Intel has given us a taste of what to expect from its Project Athena design initiative, a concept that will hopefully have positive bearings on the best gaming laptops yet to come. The natural successor to its MacBook Air-inspired Ultrabook spec introduced in 2011, Project Athena is less about making notebooks thinner and more focused on improving battery life.