Gaming laptop reviews
It used to be that to have a computer powerful enough to play the current crop of PC games, you choices were a desktop, or - wait for it... a desktop. Here we review laptops that have power enough to make your gaming as portable as you want. image from Best Gaming Laptops - 2010 - Alienware M17X
Take a look at a review of the best gaming laptops of the year - price no objection. First is the Alienware M17X, a name that needs little more introduction to the PC gaming world. It is a case of getting what you pay for - and while you are going to pay $2500 or more, depending on additional options you choose, you get incredible performance with an Intel i7 quad core processor, resolution, graphics, a 17" screen and a 500 GB hardrive. Oh, and 6 GB RAM.
There are also a couple more excellent gaming laptops reviewed in the article.
And, while on the topic of gaming laptop reviews, there is an an unusual category - the ultraportable gaming laptop. Gamers on the go do not need to cart a backbreaking bag, or settle for minimal FPS while trying to play games when traveling. Again, these are not cheap laptops, but this review gives you three great and very portable choices. These include an Alienware laptop, a MacBook, and a Sony Vaio Z.
ASUS G51JX-X3 laptop image from best inexpensive gaming laptops
Those choices are meant for people who are not worried about their budget. For the segment of the population that does need to pay attention to their budget - which includes me - here are some laptop reviews for the best inexpensive gaming laptops. While you end up sacrificing some of the top line features found on the best gaming laptops, gaming performance does demand a minimum set of features. These cannot be considered cheap, but your choices are all under $1000. Read about the Lenovo Ideapad Y560, the miniature Alienware M11x, and the ASUS G51JX-X3 laptop.