What you need to know about Amazon’s $1,500 gaming laptop

Amazon.com and Gamestop are partnering to release a $1.5 million gaming laptop with the name “Firefly” on Thursday.

The company will offer a Firefly with an Intel Core i7-6500U and 32GB of RAM.

The laptop will cost $1 of Amazon’s Prime membership, and it will be available in the U.S. on November 29.

The Firefly is the second Amazon laptop to receive the Firefly moniker, after Amazon introduced the Fire Flip earlier this year.

The Fire Flip is Amazon’s first laptop with an embedded Intel Core processor.

The Firefly will be powered by a quad-core Intel Core 2 Duo processor and the option to add an AMD Radeon HD 6790 or GeForce GT 690 graphics card.

The Firefly is expected to launch in early 2018, according to a release on Amazon’s website.

The $1 million purchase price of the FireFly is the company’s largest ever in the gaming laptop space.

Last year, Amazon announced it was going to spend $1 billion on its gaming laptop business.