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User Info: Dragnfyr

Dragnfyr
2 years ago#11
acangial posted...
Brosef, how about buying a good enough laptop to do your schoolwork. Save the rest of your money for other school supplies. Then, instead of playing video games on the weekend, get out, make real life in the flesh friends, get laid, party a little, and actually enjoy these precious 4 years of your life.


Gaming and doing those things aren't mutually exclusive. There will always be time to game 5-10 hours a week.
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User Info: Psyborgasm

Psyborgasm
2 years ago#12
acangial posted...
Brosef, how about buying a good enough laptop to do your schoolwork. Save the rest of your money for other school supplies. Then, instead of playing video games on the weekend, get out, make real life in the flesh friends, get laid, party a little, and actually enjoy these precious 4 years of your life.


I am in my 6th year of uni. I would recommend being able to play games to blow off steam. There will always be a few hours here and there to game.
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User Info: Neo Vejiita

Neo Vejiita
2 years ago#14
http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemnumber=34-314-383

Something similar to that is probably your best bet. It doesn't break the bank, should play most games you throw at it at 1366x768 on medium or higher, and is still portable with a decent battery life for non gaming stuff.
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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
2 years ago#15
PharohofLaptops posted...
>Wants to travel with an expensive, yet inferior piece of tech

>Wants to play video games on said "tech"

>Wants decent portability.

You don't purchase laptops to play games on them, people.


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User Info: weAREtheB0RG

weAREtheB0RG
2 years ago#16
If you can afford it the MSi Stealth series is great for gaming while still offering a decent level of portability.

User Info: LordClyde

LordClyde
2 years ago#17
MSI laptops are great. I have one.

User Info: CardigansFan

CardigansFan
2 years ago#18
If you're looking for something portable with decent battery life:
http://www.xoticpc.com/sager-np7338-clevo-w230ss-p-6992.html

Totally not just saying that because I have one.
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User Info: SlyCooper23

SlyCooper23
2 years ago#19
PharohofLaptops posted...
>Wants to travel with an expensive, yet inferior piece of tech

>Wants to play video games on said "tech"

>Wants decent portability.

You don't purchase laptops to play games on them, people.


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