Instead of just picking the top brands, consideration was given to the different features and options available with a particular gaming laptop.
(PRWEB) September 01, 2011
Laptopcomputerguide.org, a handy online computer buying guide and site, has just released what it believes to be the Top Five gaming laptops of 2011. These laptops offer high-end performance, superior graphics and full HD 1080p displays. Instead of naming the obvious candidates by well-known makers such as Sager, Falcon Northwest, Origin, Rockdirect... a wider variety of gaming rigs were picked for their different options, unique features and lower prices.
While most gamers, no doubt, will be familiar with the different gaming notebooks and makers, the general buying public might not be aware of what the marketplace has to offer. Therefore, in co-operation with Bizwaremagic.com, we have put together a short list of the Best Gaming Laptops for 2011.
"Instead of just picking the top brands, consideration was given to the different features and options available with a particular gaming laptop," says Titus Hoskins, a former teacher who now runs the laptop buyer's site. "Especially when it comes to the new full 3D option and superior HD visuals."
Value for money was another important consideration when picking these high-powered rigs. Just what components and performance do you get for the price you're paying? While prices have fallen somewhat, most gamers still complain about the hefty costs, which can still run you 4 or 5 grand for a top brand gaming system.
Of course, when picking any gaming notebook, you want superior dedicated graphics with its own VRAM, a high-end powerful processor or processors, plenty of RAM and a full HD display. Most gamers also like to have a Blu-ray drive and a big hard drive(s) with plenty of storage. Some also like to have the new USB 3.0 for faster data transfer and a Solid State Drive for faster boot times. Another recent addition is Full 3D, which many of the laptops listed here will have as a main feature or option.
One has to remember, gaming laptops are constantly improving. They took a big leap forward when Intel introduced its 2nd Generation i3, i5 and i7 Quad-Core (Sandy Bridge) processors. Nvidia and ATI are steadily introducing more and more powerful Graphics Chipsets, in a bid to outdo the other. Then you have the laptop makers themselves, offering new features to "one-up" the competition. Alienware adding "Bigfoot Killer Wireless Adapters" to all their rigs is a prime example.
So if you're in the market for a gaming laptop or you're just curious, you can go here to check out the Top 5 Gaming Laptops For 2011.
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