4 Awesome Laptops for Prime Gaming Experience
When it comes to gaming, I prefer dedicated platforms like gaming consoles. I’ve suffered a lot with the computers as far as smooth gaming experiences are concerned. There was a time I used to buy game DVDs, note the system requirements and attempt to make them compatible with my PC. I’d always upgrade, attempting to enjoy a few hours of smooth, lag-less, high-quality gaming sessions, only to fail.
Consoles like PlayStation and Xbox can be a prime choice for gamers, but gaming on a laptop can invoke nirvana and enjoyment, especially in this age of portability. I mean imagine yourself on the move, and your friends decide to have a COD multiplayer session. Then what? Grab the Xbox?
Using your laptop is pretty much a better option. So, we have rounded up four top computers for an awesome gaming experience that could almost compete with any console:
Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p: The Y400/Y500 series notebooks of Lenovo can be really handy when it comes to gaming. The benefit of having a Lenovo is its dual use for business and forgaming. The Y410p has an amazing upgraded 8GB DDR3L RAM, an i7-4700MQ processor, and a GT 755M GDDR5 GPU, a 24 GB Cache and an SSD. (Average Price: $1299; If you want to stick to the less-than-$1200 range, Acer has a colossal laptop with a Haswell ULT i5-4200U processor and a perfect GPU at almost $595.)
Gigabyte P34G Gigabyte P34G is the best machine that can handle the latest generation of games. The brains of this machinehas everything to outweigh its outlook deficiencies. Specs shout a solid Core i7-4700HQ processor, a 1TB HDD, 8GB RAM, and an AHVA (similar to IPS) 1920×1080 matte display, GTX 760M GPU and a secondary 128GB SSD to add to the perks. (Price: $1,400)
Clevo P150SM This is the first laptop I have stumbled across in my life that has such an amazing track pad. You can play the heaviest of all the games on this rock star without feeling a bit of lag. Having amazing specs are a processor of i7-4700MQ, 8GB RAM, a 240GB Solid State Drive, 1TB Seagate SSHD, and a GTX 780M, this laptop is one of the best for the high-end gaming. (Price: $2,000)
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