Yep, 4K TVs are still a pretty big deal when it comes to gaming - but not everybody has a few thousand dollars to drop on a new one. Today we have an extra-affordable display for folks looking to break into 4K gaming and a heavily discounted transforming laptop that will keep you playing games and doing spreadsheets or whatever on the go.
Leaf through the US gaming deals below and join us again tomorrow for another fresh crop of discounts.
Dead Island Definitive Collection on PS4 and Xbox One now $29.99 at Best Buy
Mad Max on PS4 and Xbox One now $19.99 at GameStop
Homefront: The Revolution on PS4 and Xbox One now $24.99 at Best Buy
Ratchet and Clank on PS4 now $19.99 at GameStop
Street Fighter 5 on PS4 now $29.99 at Best Buy
FIFA 17 on Xbox One now $38.99 with Xbox Gold at Microsoft Store
GTA V for PS4 and Xbox One now $29.99 at Best Buy
Westinghouse | 55" Class (54.6" Diag.) | LED | 2160p | Smart | 4K Ultra HD TV $379.99 at Best Buy
Getting a 4K display ready to go for your PS4 Pro or Xbox One Scorpio doesn't have to utterly break your bank. This 55", 2160p display is a budget-friendly way to seriously boost your pixel count, especially at a $70 discount. It doesn't have HDR but for under $400 it's tough to complain.
View this deal: Westinghouse - 55" Class (54.6" Diag.) - LED - 2160p at Best Buy
HP Silver 12" Smart Buy Elite x2 1012 | Touch screen 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop PC | With Intel Core M7-6Y75 Dual-Core Processor | 8GB Memory | 256GB Solid State Drive | Windows 10 Pro $1,511.14 at Walmart
This convertible laptop lists for more than double its current sale price at Walmart. Considering the hardware it has packed inside its slight frame, that's a very nice bargain. It has enough power to run some decently demanding games in laptop mode, and you can pop the screen off for use as a tablet on the go or around your home.
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