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Buy Committee: Which Gaming Laptop Should I Buy?

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Buying a laptop is one of the most complicated purchases one can make. And one of our readers, Matthew, needs your help in choosing the right gaming laptop for him.

I really want to get a new gaming laptop. I need a laptop because I spend a lot of time in and out of the hospital. Or I put it in different rooms. Portability is nice, but it doesn’t have to be crazy light, I like the Surface Book 2 but it seems like the specs aren’t worth the money, so I’ve been eyeing an MSI GS65.

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So, Buy Committee (that’s you), scroll down to the comments to share your experiences with your gaming laptops. Help Matthew decide which model he should buy.

There hasn’t been a better time to shop for a gaming laptop than right now.

In case you haven’t been paying attention, these portable gaming rigs are experiencing a sort of renaissance; we’re seeing less of the tacky, aggressive gamer design of the laptops of yore, and you no longer have to choose between portability and power.

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I, for one, am a big fan of Alienware and Razer laptops. I think they have some of the coolest looking devices out there right now. But they’re not often the cheapest.

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For more budget friendly options, Dell, Acer, Asus and HP all have solid options as well. But, be warned, these tend to be a thicker and offer older graphics cards.


Of course, we’re looking to help you decide on more purchases. So, if you’re still agonizing over something, email deals@gizmodomedia.com with the subject line “Buy Committee” or tweet us at @ItsTheInventory.

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