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Is this good stats for a gaming laptop costing $1300
Matt
Victoria
1 posts
Windows 8.1
The latest 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor
15.6" Full HD (1920x1080) anti-glare LCD panel in LED backlight
High-end NVIDIA® GeForce GTX850M discrete graphics card (with GDDR3 2GB VRAM) provides great detail images quality
Exclusive Cooler Boost 2 technology improves cooling & acoustics greatly
Matrix display expands the vision for extreme gaming experience
Keyboard made just for gamers by SteelSeries
Exclusive Audio boost design for crystal clear audio fidelity

CPU - The latest 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor 4710HQ
OS - Windows 8.1
Chipset - Intel® HM87
Memory - 8GB DDR3L,up to 1600 MHz, 2 slots, Max. 16GB
LCD Size - 15.6" Full HD (1920x1080), Anti-glare
Graphics - Nvidia GeForce GTX 850M
Graphics VRAM - 2GB DDR3
HDD - 1TB HDD 7200rpm
Optical Drive - DVDRW Combo / DVD Super Multi
Audio - Audio Boost, 4x2WHD Speakers
Webcam - HD type (30fps@720p)
Card Reader - SD(XC/HC)
LAN - Killer Gaming LAN
Wireless LAN - 802.11 b/g/ n/ac
Bluetooth v4.0
D-Sub (VGA) - 1
HDMI - 1 (v1.4)
USB 2.0 port - 2
USB 3.0 port - 2
Mic-in/Headphone-out - 1 /1
Keyboard - Keyboard by SteelSeries
AC Adapter - 120W
Battery - 6 Cells
Dimension - 383 x 249.5 x 37.6~32.3mm
Weight (KG) - 2.4Kg (w/ Battery)
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HerbalLizard
6132 posts
mech hdd fail whale
07:50pm 22/01/15 Permalink
nings
Gold Coast, Queensland
177 posts
not sure about stats but the first bit sure is some filthy marketing.
07:52pm 22/01/15 Permalink
Matt
Victoria
4 posts
I don't know much but I'm looking for a basic laptop for just a few steam games
08:00pm 22/01/15 Permalink
zaraq
Adelaide, South Australia
464 posts
test
12:38am 21/02/15 Permalink
Khel
Brisbane, Queensland
22364 posts
Does it definitely need to be a laptop? You'd get a lot more for your money if you put $1300 into a desktop pc
01:26am 21/02/15 Permalink
koopz
Brisbane, Queensland
10627 posts
agree with Herbal...


lappies need SSD
01:39am 21/02/15 Permalink
Obes
Brisbane, Queensland
10368 posts
SSD certainly helps with battery life.
04:44pm 21/02/15 Permalink
infi
Brisbane, Queensland
22377 posts
and reconsider the i7. current i5s run all games very well. i7 drains battery big time.
05:03pm 21/02/15 Permalink
Tele
Gold Coast, Queensland
359 posts
I don't know why people buy laptops for gaming suck a waste of coin.. I spose people want something portable to play on.. but i know people that buy gaming laptops and they never leave their desks.. each to there own i guess..
10:55am 22/02/15 Permalink
Audi
Perth, Western Australia
1229 posts
That laptop would struggle with BF3. Play mine craft though.
11:01am 22/02/15 Permalink
Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
15889 posts
Nice necro zaraq
01:06pm 22/02/15 Permalink
Audi
Perth, Western Australia
1232 posts
It's a 1 month old thread. I tech moves quick, but not that quick.
02:44pm 22/02/15 Permalink
Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
15890 posts
Its a dead 1 month old thread revived with a 'test' post.
03:30pm 22/02/15 Permalink
Superform
Netherlands
7939 posts
dont get a gaming laptop

the things just overheat and run like crap after a few years

if you need a laptop for business get it just for that - f*** the games off

get a desktop and a big tv and play your games on that
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Vash
4352 posts
I bought a horize W230ST for gaming at work. got my little chinese steering wheel table and dual shock controller. works good.
When it's quiet for quite a few hours ill even get the kb/mouse out

http://i.imgur.com/h3IAAg9.jpg?1
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Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
17007 posts
What job do you have that allows you to play games for that long? Surely you can be productive doing something else?
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Vash
4354 posts
Field technician that works similiar to the Ambulance service. Based on response times rather than being productive.
So we sit and wait for a call in our zone and sometimes we don't get anything for the whole 8 hours...
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Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
17008 posts
Field technician for what?
09:50am 23/02/15 Permalink
Vash
4356 posts
Can't say for security reasons :P
09:54am 23/02/15 Permalink
notgreazy
Other International
50 posts
tell us f*****. why the f*** are you driving around with a computer strapped to your steering wheel how do you even drive?
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Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
15902 posts
More importantly, why the f*** is your mouse on the left hand side?!?!?!
03:14pm 26/02/15 Permalink
notgreazy
Other International
52 posts
bateing duhhhh.
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