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Top 5 Gaming Laptops

Finding the right Gaming Laptop isn’t always easy, but this list of top gaming laptops will guide you in the right direction.

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zeal0us976d ago (Edited 976d ago )

You can an IdeaPad for under $989 with better specs than the one mention in the article. You can find the Y400 and Y500 for on sale for $750-800+ and they come with Core i7, 8gb of ram and GTX 750M
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Personally I would just buy a laptop on LPC-digital, if I wanted a gaming laptop. They use the same Clevo and Sager part most of the big name guys uses and in most cases cheaper. The only downside you would need a copy of Windows. You could pay $80 from them or just pirate a copy and save some money.

Douchebag696976d ago

Actually, I love my Alienware laptop. Best investment I ever made. I haven't found anything yet that it couldn't handle. Bought it refurbished off of ebay for a damn good price too.

Kenshin_BATT0USAI976d ago

Sadly I'm gonna have to disagree. I think I take a lot of care of my m14x r2. but it just recently crapped out on me only a year after purchase. The reason is most likely the thermal paste, the problem is, I can't get to it without taking the whole damn thing a part which is not only risky but a pain in the fucking ass. Gonna have to spend $200+ on replacing the thermal now. It's bullshit.

Death976d ago

If it's only a year old, you might want to consider an extended warranty from Dell. Their support and service is actually very good.

ninjahunter976d ago

Sager NP8230 same price as an m14xr2
Packing an i7, 8gb of ram and a nice 770m GTX