Gaming Laptop Which One

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Sniper Angel
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Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by Sniper Angel » Sun May 10, 2015 12:38 pm

Anyone would recommend a gaming laptop? I heard Allienware, Aftershock,MSI & Asus are good. Going get for kid for gaming but don't think the games play are really hardcore type.

Currently usng a HP laptop play but after sometime it would blackout by itself. Meaning cannot withstand the heatness
. :roll:

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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by Dreamgear » Sun May 10, 2015 1:14 pm

Sniper Angel wrote:Anyone would recommend a gaming laptop? I heard Allienware, Aftershock,MSI & Asus are good. Going get for kid for gaming but don't think the games play are really hardcore type.

Currently usng a HP laptop play but after sometime it would blackout by itself. Meaning cannot withstand the heatness
. :roll:

U sure u wanna equiped him with a gaming laptop?

If overheat, can get a cooler pad.

For me, i will get after shock (support local player) or lenovo or asus gaming laptop. Depending on your budget actually

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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by Sniper Angel » Mon May 11, 2015 12:24 am

Dreamgear wrote:
Sniper Angel wrote:Anyone would recommend a gaming laptop? I heard Allienware, Aftershock,MSI & Asus are good. Going get for kid for gaming but don't think the games play are really hardcore type.

Currently usng a HP laptop play but after sometime it would blackout by itself. Meaning cannot withstand the heatness
. :roll:

U sure u wanna equiped him with a gaming laptop?

If overheat, can get a cooler pad.

For me, i will get after shock (support local player) or lenovo or asus gaming laptop. Depending on your budget actually
Could recommend me the model for Aftershock, Lenovo & Asus? Due to the limited area desk space, not possible to put any cooler pad. :xedfingers:

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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by annielovesboogeydog » Mon May 25, 2015 12:07 am

Alienware laptops are priced astronomically, even the entry level ones. Unless your child is a sucker for computing power intensive games like borderlands, you can look at a cheaper alternative.

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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by pacman clyde » Wed Jun 17, 2015 10:08 am

http://www.dell.com/sg/p/alienware-17/pd I would recommend the Alienware-17 gaming laptop. thats probably the best gaming laptop for now, and the only ddrawback is the price.


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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by Poochenene » Sat Aug 08, 2015 5:41 pm

Herro, boiboi here
I really dont recommend getting a gaming laptop. 1stly, it really serves no use. Even a mid range ultrabook/laptop will be sufficient for gaming. Unless your kid want be professional gamer wif super high graphics or no lag. Just get decent laptop/desktop will do. Be mindful of what games he wants to play. If he wants to play basic games like CSGO or minecraft or whatever, those dont require gaming laptops. Not to mention many gaming laptops are heavy. What if you kids needs to bring laptop to school?

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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by Yuraaaa_ » Wed Mar 02, 2016 5:20 pm

Poochenene wrote:Herro, boiboi here
I really dont recommend getting a gaming laptop. 1stly, it really serves no use. Even a mid range ultrabook/laptop will be sufficient for gaming. Unless your kid want be professional gamer wif super high graphics or no lag. Just get decent laptop/desktop will do. Be mindful of what games he wants to play. If he wants to play basic games like CSGO or minecraft or whatever, those dont require gaming laptops. Not to mention many gaming laptops are heavy. What if you kids needs to bring laptop to school?
good point. should get something your kid can bring ard or to sch. I wont encourage my kids to be hardcore gamers so i personally would not get the gaming coms :sweat:

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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by Jamer_joe » Sat Sep 21, 2019 11:08 am

My kid usually plays on ps4 so dun need gaming com

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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by MyPillow » Sat Sep 21, 2019 3:42 pm

Jamer_joe wrote:
Sat Sep 21, 2019 11:08 am
My kid usually plays on ps4 so dun need gaming com
Coz they are still kids la ...

Why do u think Computer gaming still exist ? graphics n experience can’t be compared .some adults / uncles are still so into it :laugh:

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Re: Gaming Laptop Which One

Post by Jamer_joe » Sat Sep 21, 2019 9:14 pm

Ya agreed

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