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The Best Gaming
Laptops
Alienware 18
Big and powerful, in
many ways this the
ultimate desktop
replacement. With the
right configuration, the
Alien...
Razer Blade Pro
Razer’s gaming laptop is
powerful, but what sets
it apart from the
competition is its size.
Unlike other g...
MSI GS70
Like the Razer Blade Pro,
the GS70 is particularly
light and thin for a
gaming laptop. But it’s
less expensive th...
IdeaPad Z710
Lenovo’s IdeaPad Z710
isn’t marketed as a
gaming laptop, but is
capable of decent
performance and starts
at u...
Aspire V5-552X814
This is another option
for gamers on a budget.
Acer’s $600 laptop
features a dedicated
graphics card tha...
Your credit card may
soon be worthless..
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  1. 1. The Best Gaming Laptops
  2. 2. Alienware 18 Big and powerful, in many ways this the ultimate desktop replacement. With the right configuration, the Alienware 18 is capable of maxing out just about any game on the highest settings.
  3. 3. Razer Blade Pro Razer’s gaming laptop is powerful, but what sets it apart from the competition is its size. Unlike other gaming laptops that are too thick and heavy to carry around, the Razer Blade Pro is about the size of a Macbook Pro.
  4. 4. MSI GS70 Like the Razer Blade Pro, the GS70 is particularly light and thin for a gaming laptop. But it’s less expensive than Razer’s machine. $1800 isn’t cheap for a laptop by any means, but it’s a deal for a gamingfocused, 17.3-inch display Ultrabook.
  5. 5. IdeaPad Z710 Lenovo’s IdeaPad Z710 isn’t marketed as a gaming laptop, but is capable of decent performance and starts at under $600. The integrated Intel HD 4600 can play almost all games, though newer titles will only work on the lowest settings.
  6. 6. Aspire V5-552X814 This is another option for gamers on a budget. Acer’s $600 laptop features a dedicated graphics card that offers better performance than Lenovo’s integrated solution, but the 15.6inch screen is a couple inches smaller and isn’t full 1080p.
  7. 7. Your credit card may soon be worthless..
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