Is there any difference between a gaming laptop and a normal laptop? If there is what separates both? The questions are plenty but its answer lies in the graphics processing unit (GPU). To elaborate it we must analyze the features of a normal laptop. A normal laptop’s overall performance is dependant on the processor, RAM and the drives it contains but it is the graphics processing unit which does the trick for a gaming laptop. A GPU functioned laptop has its own RAM unlike other laptops and this generates more horsepower to play games and mitigate tasks involving graphics designing. Gaming laptops are generally expensive in nature as it is made by the “Nvidia or AMD”. We will discuss about the 3 best gaming laptops that are currently available in the markets.
3) MSI GT70:
MSI GT70 has a shabby style of designing but covers up are the keyboard and the backlighting. The LED machine throws all kinds of back lighting which creates an enduring atmosphere for playing games. The windows key remains on the righter side thereby the chance to get out of the full screen game in case a wrong key is pressed is nullified. The speakers are of subwoofer and works well with the system. Although some dampeners are there; to start of with the 17.3 inches screen is a let down and the weight of the machine is extremely light with the edges being on the thicker side. The current market price of the machine stands at US$ 2000 and because of its battery life (an average of 4 hours 30 minutes) remaining on the higher side MSI GT70 can be an impressive bet.
2) Samsung Series 7 Gamer:
Samsung Series 7 Gamer has an underrated design of black and silver. The weight of the machine is around 8.4 pounds and the LCD screen measures at 17.3 inches. The keyboard has a feathery touch and the trackpad is effortless to work with. Few drawbacks do remain with the machine and of them being the sound box which does not have a great volume level. The machine has an “Intel Core i7-3610QM processor” and a 16 GB RAM with additional memory of 2 GB provided by “Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 675M”. Games can be played on ultra settings at 29fps as well as on high settings with 40fps. At a current market price of US$1900 Samsung Series 7 Gamer remains an inexpensive buy with best possible features.
1) Alienware M17x:
Alienware M17x is an impressive buy and currently it is priced at around US$2600. The laptop is heavy in nature as it weighs around 11 pounds and the size of the laptop is measured at17.3 inches. Some of the biggest pluses that remain with this kind of laptops are the arrays of lights it possesses; backlights, email notification lights and lights used for gaming events. A few drawbacks of the laptop remains with the keyboard which is cramped in nature and during the non gaming duration the battery life remains on the flatter side. Barring this few hindrances the machine runs on ultra settings and supports almost all gaming applications. The machine contains a “2.6 GHz Intel Core i7-3720QM processor” a RAM of 8GB and a lethal “Nvidia GeForce GTX 680M graphics processor”.