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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by NeVeRReSt, Dec 27, 2010.

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  1. NeVeRReSt

    NeVeRReSt Thread Starter

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    Hello guys,

    I was wondering if you had any suggestions on what laptop I should buy.

    I'm looking to spend between £1,000 - £1,500.

    Currently I’ve been looking at the MX15-17 from Dell and the various systems provided by cyberpower; although they are nice systems I haven't really been persuaded by either. I feel that dells are over priced for what you get and i would like to think that theres something more special than what cyberpower provide.

    All suggestions welcomed and appreciated as I dont want to waste my money.

    Regards ;)

    Chris.
     
  2. dustyjay

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    If you are looking for a laptop that would be for gaming the Alienware MX15 or 17 series are your candidates. You can order them with different options as far as Graphics.
     
  3. Smety

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    If you're looking for a gaming laptop you're certainly limited to manufacturers you can buy from. I personally would got with Asus. Reputable brand, and well known for quality in the industry. With that said, if you take my advice... get this badboy: http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=WzU7IKA6SWdBvaRd
     
  4. NeVeRReSt

    NeVeRReSt Thread Starter

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    I was looking at that particular asus.

    Do you recon that processor is any good, im not too sure about CPU's for laptops as this is the first one i've bought normally stick to desktops but working away from home I now require one...
     
  5. Smety

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    The processor is very nice. I do believe it's one of the fastest i7 processors you can get in a laptop right now. I imagine to get a better one you'll end up spending at least £200 more. If I was going to get a gaming laptop, that's the one I would choose :p
     
  6. NeVeRReSt

    NeVeRReSt Thread Starter

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    Thanks for advice.

    I think I will buy this laptop next month trusting nothing else comes out to top the spec and price of the asus.
     
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