A gaming laptop isn’t one of the most popular choices among hardcore PC gamers. A lot of us just assemble a high-end desktop PC and game on. But, that isn’t for everyone. You might not have the time to go and search for each and every hardware component, or you probably need something portable to carry around with you.
Best Gaming Laptops
The most important thing to look at in a gaming laptop is its Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) – and AMD Radeon graphics cards and Nvidia GeForce GPUs are arguably among the best.
A gaming laptop is a great choice if you are looking for a portable machine that games hard. With loads of options in the market, finding the right one can be a bit of a task itself. Apart from Alienware 13 R3 and HP Omen 17 here are several other good gaming laptops running Windows 10. Let us take a look at them.
Asus ROG Strix GL502
With specifications like the Intel i7 chipset, the Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU and 16GB of DDR4 RAM, what more do you need to start up your favorite games on Ultra settings? The ROG Strix GL502 has a rather unique design and stands out of the crowd. It also has a decent 15.6-inch Full HD display and storage options of 128, 256GB SSD and even 1TB HDD. The only downside of this laptop is its mediocre battery life, but you probably won’t be playing games without a desk anyway. Price: $1,250.
Lenovo Ideapad Y700
The Lenovo Ideapd Y700 is the company’s flagship offering when it comes to gaming laptops. You have an option of picking either an i5 or an i7, which also extends to a RAM capacity of 8-16GB and storage capacity of 128, 256GB SSD/1TB HDD. It’s one of the more affordable gaming machines and has a beautifully-designed metal chassis. Price: $875.
MSI GS60 Ghost Pro
Despite packing in the top-end specifications necessary for a gaming laptop, the Ghost Pro is surprisingly thin. It has the slightly old GTX 970M GPU and an Intel Core i7 processor. It’s definitely not the biggest and best one out there, but for the price it is quite good. If you run your games on 1080p, you should be fine to play smoothly on high-end settings. Price: $1,700.
The Razer Blade is yet another interesting option for gaming on the go. With a great battery life of 6 hours on video playback and 3 hours 30 minutes with high-end gaming, this laptop is great even if you want to do a bit of gaming while on the way to your destination. It has latest Maxwell graphics and even features the Thunderbolt 3 port. It has a 14-inch QHD display which is crisp enough to enjoy Overwatch on it. Price: $2,000.
Equipeed with desktop-grade graphics and performance, the Origin is a lesser-known but high-powered gaming laptop out there. It has the Desktop Skylake processor and offers options to do some additional video editing along with your gaming indulgences. Combined with a powerful GPU and a not-so-dull battery life, the Origin EON15-X is definitely worth consideration over all others. Price: $2,700.
With specifications like the Intel i7 chipset, the Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU and 8/16GB of DDR4 RAM, the Gigabyte P57X is yet another kickass option to consider. The laptop has a great design and even features a USB-C port. It also has a large 17.3-inch Full HD display and storage options of 256GB SSD or 1TB HDD. The only downside of this laptop is its weight, but you probably won’t be playing games without a desk anyway. Price: $2,000.
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