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3 years ago#1
In terms of everyday computing and school usage. I have a desktop already, but it's kinda old and such ( by a few years, I think), could use an upgrade and such, but I kinda also want a laptop. Do you need a high end laptop/desktop for gaming?
3 years ago#2
a good gaming laptop will always cost more than a gaming desktop but i prefer laptops because I need space in my house. If you need it for school then get a laptop but most would say get a gaming desktop and just get a cheap laptop for school.
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3 years ago#3
A gaming desktop will be cheaper than a gaming laptop and such. Depends what Kind of performance you want and how much money you wish to spend and such.
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3 years ago#5
You could get an updated desktop and cheap yet reliable laptop, or get a giant gaming laptop with 1 hour of battery life and constant 60C heat on any surface. Both would cost about the same.
3 years ago#6
Well, this is the laptop in question.
3 years ago#7
Diayamondo posted...
Well, this is the laptop in question.

No that laptop is really crappy for gaming. You need to spend a lot more then that for a good laptop
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3 years ago#8
Should be fine for the usage you stated just don't expect to play modern games on it.
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3 years ago#9
If you are a student and want to game the best is a combo. getting a decent gaming PC with a bare bones labtop on the side just for school work.

Gaming laptops are power hogs and a bit bulky for everyday type requirements, Also I pretty much need to have it plunged in at all time defeating the purpose of portability. My gaming labtop is 17". It's more portable in a sense if I go to relatives/friends house or move base to a hotel during business trips I can play my PC games.

But if you want to bring labtop to the park, on the train, to cafe to work etc a lot then it's better to get normal labtop/netbook or ultrabook (I have one because it offers almost 9 hours battery life perfect for average work day and never have to bring my charger). Ranka-Macross Frontier
3 years ago#10
I say

desktop and a tablet.
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