Weekend Gaming Hardware Sales - Laptop, 650 TiB, 7850, 3TB HDD

GamersNexus: "Welcome to another edition of Mik's Picks, where I scour the interwebs for hardware deals and report back with my findings. I've found some fantastic deals out there for anyone looking to build or upgrade gaming PCs; this week, we found hardware sales on a monitor, PSU, HDD, and a couple of GPUs."

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zeal0us1659d ago (Edited 1659d ago )

$200 more will get you a Lenovo Y400 with 8gigs of ram, core i7, 750 HDD and GT 750m GPU. The only downside is its 14" laptop.

Honestly if you going to buy a laptop for gaming I would wait till August.

Lelldorianx1659d ago

That one wasn't for gaming. Pretty clear about that.

zeal0us1658d ago (Edited 1658d ago )

I know it wasn't, I was just suggesting the Y400 due to the fact the specs is stronger and the laptop is still under 1K unlike most gaming laptops. Also the Y400 is smaller and handle everyday use.

DoomeDx1658d ago (Edited 1658d ago )

Did you actually read the article before posting here?

zeal0us1658d ago

Given that laptop isn't mention in the description. Reading the article is the only way I would've known about the laptop's price and specs.

All I was suggesting was another decent laptop if people are will to throw a extra $200 for something to could do med to heavyweight gaming and along with everyday use.

hellvaguy1658d ago (Edited 1658d ago )


$750 will not get you into medium or heavyweight gaming at all. That's still very entry level for gaming. Unless you mean finding a good used deal on ebay. But not new.