Build Me A Gaming Laptop..well More Like Pick Haha

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Revos, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. inverse

    inverse Banned from GR

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    Man you're a f*cking retard.
     
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    You DO realize that he has laptop written all over this thread, right?
     
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    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.
     
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    ok what about the Asus laptops they seem to be quite powerfull to, but are they reliable?
     
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    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.
     
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    Asus G1S is pretty good.
     
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    what about the g2s the g1s, i want a 17 screen
     
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    That gaming laptop produces 1920 x 1080 Resolution.
    What more can you ask for?
     
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    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 :P ( 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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