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Old 01-30-2017, 10:59 PM
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First off, why a laptop? Sure, the convenience is great, but it costs, and the device will end up rather heavy and throw off a heap of heat.

Probably worth looking at two machines, a conventional laptop, and gaming desktop. You should end up with a gaming system many times more powerful, at a fraction of the price.
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In my opinion: " Do Not Buy AlienWare"
These computers have taken a downhill spiral since Dell purchased them some many years back. The name is still riding on what the original owners did to it and Dell has slowly but surely taken it down, down, down to that of a ****ty computer name like Dell.

If you want more bang for you buck and would like more control over the computer/desktop replacement, I would go with a smaller company. A small company like Origin still stays true to the quality hardware and software that alienware used to.

I've had my Origin for over 6 years and it still stomps on any apple/mac and most Alienware computers released now.

I have over 32 gigs or ram and a bad ass video card tho.
Wow! I checked out some high end origin 10 series laptops & i'm impressed! i7 quad core + 64 GB RAM! That's tremendous! I'm in the market for an all purpose laptop right now (gaming + work) & I'll seriously consider them!
 
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go with ALIENWARE it is one of the best gaming computer developer in the market.
 
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Go for MSI GT62VR
or Alienware
 
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Old 02-04-2017, 03:46 PM
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go with ALIENWARE it is one of the best gaming computer developer in the market.
Do you have one and if so, what are the spec's?

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Go for MSI GT62VR
or Alienware
What makes those so good in your opinion?
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Lenovo z50-70 is the perfect option for gaming
 
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I suggest you these for gaming:
- Alienware13: core i7, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU: ~ $2,000
- Razer Blade: core i7, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU: ~$2,400
- Acer Predator 17 X: core i7, Nvidia GeForce GTX 980: ~ $1,900
 
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Old 02-09-2017, 01:21 PM
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Wow! I checked out some high end origin 10 series laptops & i'm impressed! i7 quad core + 64 GB RAM! That's tremendous! I'm in the market for an all purpose laptop right now (gaming + work) & I'll seriously consider them!
I know right? I love my Origin - getting old but I still love it and don't see me buying another machine any time soon. I might upgrade to 64gb ram soon tho as I love to multitask like a mother while simultaneously playing games like Battlefield 4 which my computer handles just fine but then gets lag when I have like 30 - 40 windows open at the same time as I'm playing the game.

And no i don't actually play the game while surfing the web or anything it's just I'll alt-tab to different windows as I get messages or think of something to do while I'm playing.
 
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When someone say Gaming Laptop then only one name comes to my mind and that is ALIENWARE. As you said budget is not a concern, so I suggest you to go for an Alienware 17.
In my opinion, I wouldn't purchase an Alienware. You can get computers with similar specs for way less money. You're really just paying for the brand name.
 
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Old 02-27-2017, 09:59 AM
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Try building your own gaming PC if possible coz it will be so much better than a laptop. Besides, now is the time for building new PC coz AMD is back in the game! With Ryzen CPU and Vega GPU coming in, it's really really wise to use ur saved up money on an AMD system. But if you really want a laptop for its portability, I suggest you going for HP Omen 17t. It's HP's reboot to their previous Omen lineup. It is best bid IMO.

Enjoy!
 
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ASUS ROG GL552JX is a good choice, and it's not too expensive.
 
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ASUS ROG GL552JX is a good choice, and it's not too expensive.
Amazon has been showing me that for a while now. Have you used it or know someone who's used it? Want to know first hand from a user.
 
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Hi,

Everyone saying here to buy alienware laptop for gaming purpose what I suggest is don't buy laptop for gaming purpose because laptop is not for gaming Yes some people use to play games on laptop but as I'm in laptop service engineer I suggest you to buy a good gaming PC with i7 processor latest gen, 16 GB ram 8 GB x 2, good graphics card at least 4GB Nvidia GTX 1050, and Good CPU Cooler and monitor and harddisk is your choice.
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When someone say Gaming Laptop then only one name comes to my mind and that is ALIENWARE. As you said budget is not a concern, so I suggest you to go for an Alienware 17.
alienware is toooo costly is India, HP, ASUS & Lenovo are Cheap laptop with Good GPU, you should go for Lenovo, Asus or HP, also i'm agree with khadeer, laptop is not good for Gaming purpose
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If the budget is not a problem, then you should buy Razer Blade Pro.
 
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I like Razer Blade Pro, a slim 17-inch gaming system. Itís t's price at nearly $4,000, but the features and performance are worth.
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Gaming laptop is very expensive ..
 
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If budget is not an issue, treat your self with an Alienware!

The Laptop can cost you as much as $6000.
 
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Dell Inspiron
Care to tell us why you think that ?
 
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I recommend to you best gaming laptop
1. Asus ROG Strix GL502
2. MSI GS60 Ghost Pro
3. Asus ROG G752
Have you used one of those before?

What's your review on them?
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