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Gaming Laptop Buyer's Guide, 2011

Gamers Nexus writes, "If you're not a desktop gamer (Really? Even though we just posted a $460 gaming PC build? For shame!), sometimes laptops fulfill the requirements of practicality, entertainment, and portability.

Here's our guide on what to look for in a gaming laptop."

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bozebo2302d ago (Edited 2302d ago )

ATI 5650 1GB, an i3 and 4GB of RAM. Problem solved.

Or go and throw thousands away if you want to max games out, but it's not worth the cost - better getting a desktop.
Honestly it's cheaper to get a $800 desktop to max games out and a $800 laptop for portable gaming at low graphics settings. Rather than spend $2000 on a gaming laptop that won't run games as well as a $800 desktop. (kind of guessing USD prices tbh, roughly based on the costs here in the UK)

In any case, keep a notebookcheck.net tab open - that site is boss.

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