Gaming Laptops

As the PC industry has evolved, games have aren’t what you had yesterday. They just aren’t meant to be played, but experienced as well.

Within a decade we have seen the PC gaming shrinking down to handheld portables.

However, for the true gaming experience, you need a gaming laptop – it’s only then can you get the graphics and speed you are aiming for. Plus, if you are looking to try out the Oculus Rift, it’s compatible with only a few powerful select gaming laptops today – and so you know that you need to choose the one that offers high speed, great graphics and memory enhance the overall gaming experience.

Sure, PS4 and XBox One work great, but they aren’t really a choice if you are looking to experience true gaming.

The Latest Gaming Laptops You Can Buy

Manufacturers have been trying to bring in new technology to increase the gaming experience for the gamers. So let’s see what the latest gaming laptops on the market are right now.

#1 ASUS ROG G703VI 17 inch

ASUS ROG G703VI 17 inch

The latest addition to the gaming laptops is Asus’s ROG G703VI which has a powerful desktop performance with powerful quad core Intel Core i7- 7820HK. The CPU is the most advanced CPU in the market which is clocked at 2.90 GHz and can boost to 3.90GHz. It has a webcam of 720 p with a 74 h 8-cell battery. This laptop weighs about 10.6lbs.

 

#2 Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop

Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop

The Acer Predator Helios 300 is a well-built laptop which has GPU overclocking. The keyboard is comfortable with a red backlight to it. Additionally, it has the latest 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor which a 16GB DDR4 memory and a 256GB SSD. The battery life of this laptop is long-lasting where it can last up to 7 hours on a single charge.

#3 Eluktronics Pro-X P650HP6-G VR Ready

Eluktronics Pro-X P650HP6-G VR Ready

Eluktronics Pro-X P650HP6-G VR Ready has a subtle appeal with an aluminum cover which has a tough frame. This laptop offers great performance in addition to high end features like Nvidia 1060 GPY and Core i7 processor. It has a large 15.6 inch screen with full HD IPS display and has installed Windows 10. All in all, this laptop is for those who are looking for things to do on the computer in addition to gaming.

#4 MSI GL62M 7RD-1407

MSI GL62M 7RD-1407

The MSI GL62M offers the users an opportunity to play games in high resolutions and high quality settings on its matte Full HD 1920*1080 display. It gives a higher performance that its counterparts and has Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1050 graphic card. Additionally, it has an impressive storage of 1 TB and a DDR4 memory support which can be upgraded up to 64 GB.

#5 HP Pavilion Power 15-inch Gaming Laptop

HP Pavilion Power 15-inch Gaming Laptop

The HP Pavilion Power has a powerful performance because of the 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 TI turns the laptop into a creative powerhouse which can drive the latest games in full glory. IT lets the users enjoy vibrant and crystal clear images with its diagonal full HD display with a 178 degree wide viewing angles.

#6 SkyTech Omega Gaming Computer Desktop

SkyTech Omega Gaming Computer Desktop

The system includes an Intel core i7700K quad-core processor and if you are looking for maximum storage then this is the right choice for you at will also provide you with a 2 TB storage capacity. A gaming pro motherboard that is an essential component for any gaming PC comes along with a windows 10 professional 64bit in this package.

The NVidia GTX 1080 with an 8 GB video card is the ultimate combination and is what every gamer look for in a PC nowadays. Now, do not worry anymore about the storage capacity – the computer also includes a 16 GB space with a heat spreader for efficient working.

Which One Should You Buy?

A lot depends on your budget – MSI gaming laptops, as well as Dell Alienware, remains the favorite for most gamers but you can go off the mainstream if you are looking for more budget-friendly and slightly less powerful choices.

2018 is going to see multiple gaming laptops in the market – before you buy one though, have a look at their processor and graphics card, even if you don’t want to look for subtle nuances like the screens.