With the new generation of NVIDIA GPUs finally making their way into laptops, we’ve compared seven of the best RTX 2070 laptops currently available.
We recently compared the top RTX 2080 laptops and, today, we’ll take a look at some of the best RTX 2070 laptops. And, whereas the RTX 2080 laptops will offer a bit more in-game experience, in terms of price-to-performance, the RTX 2070 will still be able to provide ideal performance, but at a lower price-point.
So, if you don’t quite have enough to spend in order to get a higher-end RTX 2080 laptop (prices start at around ~$3,000), these RTX 2070 laptops are a nice alternative. And, we’ve listed seven different RTX 2070 laptop options starting at ~$2,000 and have rated them based on the price they come in at and the hardware they come with.
*Note: For those of you that may also be considering building a new desktop (or upgrading an existing one), check out our guide on the best RTX 2070 video cards.
The table below showcases our four favorite picks for the top RTX 2070 laptops across a few different categories. We’ve selected our picks for the best overall RTX 2070 laptop, a runner-up pick, the best option with a 17-inch screen, and the best 4K RTX 2070 laptop.
ASUS ROG Strix Scar II
*To learn more about each of these laptops, Click the “Read Review »” link to read our overview on that specific option. We’ve also picked a few Honorable Mention options, which you can see by scrolling further down on this page.
Which RTX 2070 Laptop is Best for You?
If you’re in the market for a new high-end gaming laptop and you have a moderate amount to spend ($~2,000-$2,500), an RTX 2070 laptop is probably currently your best bet. While there still aren’t a ton of different RTX 2070 laptops out there (Acer and HP have yet to release their RTX laptops), there are still enough options to where you should be able to find an option that suits your needs. We’ve highlighted seven of the best RTX 2070 laptops currently available above and so, if you are looking to get a new gaming laptop, one of the options above would be worth checking out.
If you need help picking the right gaming laptop for your needs, check out our post on What to Look for In A Gaming Laptop.