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CyberPower 15.6" Tracer 15 Gaming Laptop: i7-6700HQ, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, GTX 965M + $50 Amex GC EXPIRED

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UPDATE: The Razer Nabu X Smartband is no longer available as part of this bundle.

CyberPower has CyberPower 15.6" Tracer 15 Gaming Laptop + $50 Amex Gift Card + Gaming Headset for $950 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis
  1. Click here, scroll to the Freebies section and select Free $50 Amex Gift Card
  2. Go to Accesories Tab and scroll down to the Mouse section and select CyberpowerPC Gaming Mouse [+5]
  3. Go to Software & Services Tab and scroll down to the Security Software section and select McAfee AntiVirus Plus (Factory Pre-Installed or Coupon) [+0]
  4. Under the Service section select one year shipping service plan + standard 1-year limited warranty and life-time technical support [+10]
  5. At the bottom of the page, click add to cart
  6. Apply 5% off promotional code SPRING0410
  7. Total should now be $950 w/ free shipping
Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6GHz CPU (6th Gen Skylake)
  • 15.6" 1920x1080 Display
  • 16GB DDR4
  • 512GB Solid State Drive
  • Nvidia GTX 965M 4GB GDDR5 Graphics
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB 3.1
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 6-cell Battery
  • Windows 10 Home

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  • Razer Nabu X Smartband
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CyberpowerPC is offering their Mother Day special Tracer 15 Gaming Laptop with Core i7-6700HQ, 15.6" 1080P IPS panel, 16GB 2133MHz DDR4 Ram, nVidia GTX 965M 4GB GDDR5 Graphics, 512GB Sandisk M.2 SSD, USB 3.1 port, Razer Nabu X Smartband, CyberPowerPC AULA Explosive Gaming headset, CyberpowerPC 4000 DPI Mouse with adjustable weight @ $900 if you follow the below steps:
  • Go to https://www.cyberpowerpc.com/syst...15_Special
  • Select Razer Nabu X Smartband and CyberPowerPC AULA Explosive Gaming Headset (+0) under Mothers Day Featured promotions.
  • Select Free $50 Amex Gift Card with all Intel Core i7 Equipped Desktops and Laptops Purchase under Freebies section
  • Now head over to the ACCESSORIES page and go the Mouse section and select CyberPowerPC Gaming Mouse (+5)
  • Now head over to the SOFTWARE & SERVICES section and select McAfee AntiVirus Plus (+0)
  • Under the Service section, select ONE (1) YEAR SHIPPING SERVICE PLAN + STANDARD 1-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIFE-TIME TECHNICAL SUPPORT (+10). This will cover 1 year shipping cost in case you need to send it back for repair.
  • Click Add to Cart to head over to the Shopping Cart. The final price will be $1000.
  • Now select your State and shipping method as UPS Ground and apply the 5% coupon code SPRING0410 over $999 to reduce the price to $950. So the effective price is $950 - $50 Amex card = $900

FINAL CONFIGURATION
  • Intel Skylake Core i7-6700HQ 2.6GHz (3.5GHz Turbo, 6MB Cache) Quad Core
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 15.6" 1080P IPS Display
  • 16GB 2133 MHz Corsiar Dual Channel DDR4L
  • 512GB Sandisk M.2 X400 SSD
  • Nvidia GTX 965M 4GB GDDR5
  • CyberPowerPC 6 Key 4000 DPI Mouse with Weight System
  • 2 X USB 3.0 with 1.8A fast Charging, 1 X USB 3.1 Type C, 2 X USB 2.0
  • Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.0
  • HDMI Out
  • Red Backlit Keyboard
  • 6 Cells 4400 mAh battery
  • 6.06 lbs /2.75 kgs
  • 1 Yeras warranty

FREE GIFTS
  • Razer Nabu X Smartband
  • CyberpowerPC Aula Explosive Gaming Headset
  • Amex $50 Gift card
  • McAfee AntiVirus Plus 1 year subscription

This laptop also supports PCI-E Based M.2 SSD.
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Don't give your son more excuses to play video games in college. It's so heavy he can't take it with him to study in the library. Only choice is to stay in the dorm and do raids.
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Good specs, especially compared to comparable 960m machines. This one is a beefcake, though! A shade over 6 lbs and still only slightly more than 2 hours battery life. Ouch!
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Good specs, especially compared to comparable 960m machines. This one is a beefcake, though! A shade over 6 lbs and still only slightly more than 2 hours battery life. Ouch!
You will get more than 2 hours if u R just using it normally. 2 hours is for gaming.
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Good specs, especially compared to comparable 960m machines. This one is a beefcake, though! A shade over 6 lbs and still only slightly more than 2 hours battery life. Ouch!
Most of the gaming laptops come with lower battery life, specially the 15.6" and smaller one. The 2 Hours + battery life is for higher load, when you are playing games and stressing both CPU and GPU. Otherwise, you will get a lot higher battery life, while doing normal works.
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CA tax grrr still waiting for no tax lol
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WoW really sweet price but it's so freaking close to the Nvidia Pascal cards this May 27.
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Considering this verse a Dell 7559 for our son going to college next year.

The Dell has a 15.6-inch UHD (3840 x 2160) Truelife LED- Backlit Touch Display

How does this 1080P IPS compare against the dell screen. That much of a difference? Dell refurbished would set us back at $1050 and has the 16 GB Dual Channel DDR3L 1600MHz. Everything else seems about the same.

Thank you in advance in helping us decide.
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I almost bought the MSI from this deal yesterday, I'm glad I waited! For an extra $110 this is a much better deal because you get a 521GB SSD vs 1TB HDD, 16GB vs 8GB, and 4GB GTX 965M vs 2GB GTX 960M. Unfortunately, it also weighs 1.6lbs more. Frown
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I almost bought the MSI from this deal yesterday, I'm glad I waited! For an extra $110 this is a much better deal because you get a 521GB SSD vs 1TB HDD, 16GB vs 8GB, and 4GB GTX 965M vs 2GB GTX 960M. Unfortunately, it also weighs 1.6lbs more. Frown

sounds like you are paying for the extra weight lol
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Does this support thunderbolt 3?
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Does this support thunderbolt 3?
Not sure but probably not.

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I almost bought the MSI from this deal yesterday, I'm glad I waited! For an extra $110 this is a much better deal because you get a 521GB SSD vs 1TB HDD, 16GB vs 8GB, and 4GB GTX 965M vs 2GB GTX 960M. Unfortunately, it also weighs 1.6lbs more. http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/frown.gif
Having a bit weight is not always bad, it also indicates normally better thermal solution and the components will not bottleneck or throttled during high load.
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Not sure but probably not.


Having a bit weight is not always bad, it also indicates normally better thermal solution and the components will not bottleneck or throttled during high load.
I know, and I don't mind the extra weight. My previous (current) gaming laptop is a Lenovo Y510p SLI which weighs 6.3lbs, so this one will actually be a tad lighter. I have a smaller 13.3" Ultrabook when I need something small and light to carry around with me.
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Thoughts on build quality? I've seen some bad reviews regarding quality and lack of customer service.
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I fully recommend CyberPower. They built my desktop 4 years ago. I've been running a business through it so I use it A LOT. Never experienced any hardware failures of any kind. Very well put together as well. Just my experience anyway.
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