Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Revos, Jan 6, 2008.
Man you're a f*cking retard.
You DO realize that he has laptop written all over this thread, right?
No, he clearly does not. He just wanted the opportunity to jump in and start showing off he's knows 10.5% more than your average consumer... and epically failed in the process.
ok what about the Asus laptops they seem to be quite powerfull to, but are they reliable?
Yeah, Asus laptops are fine. I've had 3 in the past 6 years, and all are still in use. Solid build on a lot of them too. That's always a main concern of mine when buying a laptop. They all use the same parts, but most of the HP/Compaq/Toshiba/etc use flimsy plastic hinges and crappy plastic bezels and will shatter at the slightest drop. Thats why I love my Thinkpad. Aluminium frame, stainless steel hinges, weighs a little, but is much smaller than most laptops (thin laptops are a blessing). However, most use nVidia Quadro cards, which have a minor performance drop in games, compared to their GeForce cousins.
Asus G1S is pretty good.
what about the g2s the g1s, i want a 17 screen
That gaming laptop produces 1920 x 1080 Resolution.
What more can you ask for?
For a laptop, in my opinion, I suggest a dell xps, Im about to order one for myself, since my job is paying for it anyway ( at least half of it )
Asus is also great when it comes to general laptop use. I wont lie, Im not sure about their gaming laptops if they have any premade..
So a 17 inch widescreen is the way to go
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