You know what they say in the gaming world, right? Power is everything. Laptops have become more portable and thinner these days, but unless a machine packs some serious processing power in it, then it has no business being called a gaming laptop.
Alienware 17 R4
From the exterior aluminum and magnesium alloy sturdy build to the soft feel of the rubberized keyboard, this laptop is everything gamers want. The Alienware 17 R4 might weigh 9.7 pounds and cost over $1,000, but considering the fact that this machine delivers a level of performance unlike any other, the issues of portability and price might start to seem trivial.
The laptop is highly configurable, has more than enough storage, and next to the strength in the array of the ports built into it, the Alienware 17 R4 also has Tobii eye-tracking. High-end gamers cannot go wrong with this model, and adding in the fact that the machine has customizable lighting, the gaming experience you will get will pretty much pay for itself.
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Asus ROG Zephyrus (GX501VI)
The thermal solutions on this laptop are next generation, and with a 120Hz G-sync display, the performance of the Asus ROG is unquestionable. With both USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 ports, this gaming laptop is proof that thing and powerful truly do go together in machines. Weighing just 4.9 pounds, the Zephyrus takes after the Max-Q design, but in its own right, this laptop sets the bar very high. The machine is tasteful in all the ways that matter to gamers, and like all good gaming laptops should, the Asus ROG can comfortably play games even on maximum settings.
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HP Omen 17
Performance and price efficiency too can go hand in hand; this laptop stands for that. With a 4K display, the HP Omen brings power, storage and style to the table. If you are willing to overlook the so-so touchpad and the plastic body in the design, then you will find that this laptop has much to offer at a great price. With a strong array of ports and a 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor, the HP Omen 17 offers gamers all that a good laptop should, plus much more.
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