I'll show you a gaming laptop thats more powerful than the PS4 when you show me a PS4 with a monitor and battery attached to it.
Don't forget the controller being built in as well. --- 3570k | r9 280x | 8GB DDR3 | 256GB SSD | 3TB HDD
#12Dieselzone32450Posted 11/11/2013 7:07:01 PM
i love topics like this. --- If you take the Sensui hype as 100% true then, 20% of Sensui =SSJ3 Goku. -Knowledge King
#13TimePharaohPosted 11/11/2013 7:13:43 PM
You lost me there, mate.
That's because you're too simple to realize that it is possible. That it doesn't give you the same price/performance ratio as a desktop is irrelevant to the fact of its existence.
So I guess that makes you even simpler than him to not realize that a "gaming laptop" not existing has literally nothing to do with the the price/performance ratio because that's irrelevant to the fact.
But then again you have 26 whatever hours of playtime in COD Ghosts already, so I don't expect you to not be a tool. --- HE are genius, firstly. - ASlaveObeys GestapoFAQs http://i.imgur.com/prqCDHz.png http://i.imgur.com/ooNGE4u.png
the latter has GPU options, but the first has a good one already --- http://i.imgur.com/hOjV6w3.jpg
#17_Marka_Ragnos_Posted 11/12/2013 8:09:28 PM
Gaming laptops exist, but they are very expensive and even the top of the line ones with dual GPUs ($3000+) can only just compete evenly with the top end desktop cards like the titan.
Alienware and Sager I would recommend looking into. Alienware is more expensive but comes with incredible warranty and service. You pay extra for next day in home tech support (technicians travel to you rather than you sending your machine out). Sager is less expensive, and many swear by Clevo but if anything does go wrong you do need to send it in. --- i5 4670k| 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3| EVGA GTX 780|Alienware m17x http://i.imgur.com/j8vZrBQ.jpg