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Most portable gaming laptop?


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I'm looking to spend around $800 on a light yet powerful laptop that I can carry to Uni everyday; i.e. Wireless is a must. By light I would like something around 2.5kg, as I think you can't really get any high-end stuff that weighs a little. I first looked at Apple's new offering, but found that too expensive (the SSHD one is 4.4k), and add the fact that I don't like Macs puts me off it.

Then I saw the ASUS N81Vp-D2 Notebook which retails for $750, the gaming aspect of it seems good. But i don,t know its weights.

So I am stuck now, Dell has cheap laptops..., I've had a look at Alienware, Znote, p4laptops, but there is too much choice... and I have no idea about specific laptops.

Any help would be appreciated.
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I want enough graphics power to run WoW on medium settings with 60 fps. I also play TF2 regularly and am looking forward to some shooters (BFBC2) this year.

Edited by millermil, 07 January 2010 - 01:15 AM.

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