Origin PC July 4th can save gamers hundreds of dollars

Special financing deals give qualifying buyers six months with no interest financing.

| Jun 26, 2020 at 1:01 pm CDT

When it comes to custom gaming PCs, one of the many companies out there building them is called Origin PC. Origin PC has some specials for the coming July 4 holiday in the United States that offer hundreds of dollars off select laptop gaming computers. One of the offerings is the EVO16-S or NT-16 featuring an Intel Core i7-8750H processor for $200 off.

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Those machines also include free ground shipping in the United States. Gamers can also save $100 and get free US ground shipping on the EON15-X AMD or the NS-15 AMD laptops. All Origin PC laptop computers get free ground shipping in the US during the sale.

Gamers wanting a desktop system can also get some nice discounts on Ryzen-powered desktops with a $50 Visa reward card and free US ground shipping. Gamers who prefer Intel can get free shipping, but no discounts. Anyone who purchases one of the smaller M-Class RTX Studio desktops gets three months of Adobe Creative Cloud and free shipping.

Gamers looking to finance their next rig can also get 0% APR for six months for qualified customers. It's worth noting that Origin PC machines are far from inexpensive, any custom gaming computers are costly. The EON15-X gaming laptop mentioned starts at $2372. Origin PC had a similar sale for Memorial Day in May.

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