Asustek and MSI together own 50% of gaming notebook market

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    ChisChas Active Member

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    Not surprised, I have a lovely 3K i7 MSI laptop with a 970M and it's a joy to use. Not specifically a games laptop but slim, well made, very attractive & light. A SSD 256GB and a 1TB 7,200 rpm hard drive is a great combo and means you're never going to run out of storage. Dell used to offer you the chance to choose a 7,200 rpm hard drive, I have an older Dell with one but nowadays Dell don't offer you the opportunity to spec a laptop unless it's one of the expensive Alienware models (and they sure know how to charge for these!).
     
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    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Gaming on a Laptop is still a thing?

    Never understood why one would spend triple the price of a Gaming PC.
     
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    Gaming laptop make sense, only when you are travelling.. its better than transporting pc case and 27 lcd in the bag..
     

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    After the itx form factor boom, gaming laptops make sense to bikers and commuters of local transport, i believe, but for others, a small itx gaming build is quite cheap and more powerful in comparison, esp for lan parties.
     

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