Gaming Laptop

Discussion in 'Staging Area' started by bludyknux, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. bludyknux

    bludyknux New Member

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    Hey guys, I'm looking for a decent gaming laptop to play Diablo 3. My price range isn't huge ($300-400) but I'm not to keen on technology. I'm looking through eBay, but not sure what's a good deal.
     
  2. VTMZ

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    That's not a good budget for a gaming laptop. I'd bump it up a little and build a gaming PC.
     

  3. bludyknux

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    Would a PC be more expensive than a laptop build? I'm more of a constantly moving person. I need a laptop in general, but would like to play D3 or something.
     
  4. deathmechanic

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    Either way with your price range you aren't buying a good gaming laptop/pc. If you manage to find a used one for that price it will be out dated/over used/have problems etc.

    Good luck finding a useable gaming PC on a notebook budget.
     
  5. Munishin

    Munishin Well-Known Member

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    +1 To deathmechanic. Knux your going to have to up your price range up a bit.
     
  6. bludyknux

    bludyknux New Member

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    Look, I understand. If you want to bash me more about things that have already been said, PM me, otherwise, go bother someone else.

    Paducah, I can save a bit more, I'm an adult with a job. Do you have any suggestions for a more reliable laptop and a price range I should be aiming at? Nothing crazy, just enough to run and be enjoyable.
     
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2012
  7. Munishin

    Munishin Well-Known Member

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    I seriously don't think he was bashing you. He was telling you as it is, that with a small budget like that you won't be able to find a current up to date gaming laptop that will run that game. Unless someone sells you one for a ridiculously cheap price.
     
  8. bludyknux

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    Sorry, I didn't mean to jump the gun, just that last part kinda irked me. I can up my range, what I'm asking is for a minimum requirement notebook, what are brands and a price I SHOULD be looking into?
     
  9. deathmechanic

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    Don't know you or care. Never had a issue with you so.

    You can find a nice entry level gaming laptop with $700-800. Problem with laptops are onboard graphics more then 50% of games nowadays have performance issues with onboard graphics.

    Your best bet is to build your own gaming tower. You can build a nice one for 700-800$ that can run high end graphical games if you look for the correct deals.

    PC gaming is not cheap at all parts go bad stuff gets out dated faster then most technology.
     
  10. bludyknux

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    Like I posted above, it was my fault and apologize. I'll look into building a tower.