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#1  Edited By AlexLuxor
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Hey everyone,

Are gaming laptops any good? I have a PS4 but there are a few games on steam that i would like to play. I have a PC but i just like to use it for school work and don't really want to push it with a graphics card or a power supply. I have no room for another PC so I was just wondering if there are any good ones that you guys could recommend?

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#2  Edited By SaintSatan
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@alexluxor: What is your budget? Gaming laptops are far more expensive than desktops but yes, there are many that are very good. ASUS is good for price/performance ratio. Check them out on Amazon here...

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_c_0_8?url=search-alias%3Dcomputers&field-keywords=asus+rog&sprefix=asus+rog%2Caps%2C135

If you have deep pockets and want the best of the best then Alienware and Origin are good.

http://alienware.com/

http://www.originpc.com/

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#3  Edited By AlexLuxor
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@saintsatan: Thanks a lot that $1,499.00 looks really good to me. thank you for the links

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#4 SaintSatan
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@alexluxor: That one is pretty damn good but it's big (17.3 inch). 15.6 inch is a bit better for school and travel but personally I'd rather get the 17.3 inch anyways. Go for it.

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I have a 17.3 inch ASUS ROG laptop...it's great for gaming, plays a lot of games fine at 1080p...it's way too big though, as a result I always end up bring my smaller laptop out with me and a 3ds to play games with. Next gaming laptop I buy will be 15.6".

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#6  Edited By AlCapwnUK
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If it just had a GTX 970m i'd already own this

http://www.chillblast.com/Chillblast-Defiant-2-Mini-13-Gaming-Laptop.html

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@alexluxor: Moved to Hardware

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#8 thehig1
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@alexluxor said:

Hey everyone,

Are gaming laptops any good? I have a PS4 but there are a few games on steam that i would like to play. I have a PC but i just like to use it for school work and don't really want to push it with a graphics card or a power supply. I have no room for another PC so I was just wondering if there are any good ones that you guys could recommend?

why not stick a power supply and GPU in your current PC, if it has a half decent CPU thats by far your cheapest option.

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#9 Legend002
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Notebooks are fine if your budget allow it.