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Looking For Thin and Light Gaming/Multimedia Laptop

Hi,

I am currently trying to find a new gaming laptop. This laptop will be used for:

1. Gaming (Call Of Duty Ghosts, Battlefield 4, Bioshock Infinite, Assassin's Creed 4)
2. Multimedia (Photoshop, Illustrator)
3. School (Being carried in a backpack)

I am looking for something thin and light. I will be carrying this around and don't want some 10 pound brick on my back. But, I still want something very capable (At least GTX 770m or 870m).
Also, using the new update in April, I plan to stream games to my Nvidia Shield from this laptop. So, No AMD GPU's. I have been looking for a while but I want a few recommendations. Cheaper is always better but I understand what I'm asking is expensive.

Thanks in advance,
Colin
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    silvershadow113 said:
    Hi,

    I am currently trying to find a new gaming laptop. This laptop will be used for:

    1. Gaming (Call Of Duty Ghosts, Battlefield 4, Bioshock Infinite, Assassin's Creed 4)
    2. Multimedia (Photoshop, Illustrator)
    3. School (Being carried in a backpack)

    I am looking for something thin and light. I will be carrying this around and don't want some 10 pound brick on my back. But, I still want something very capable (At least GTX 770m or 870m).
    Also, using the new update in April, I plan to stream games to my Nvidia Shield from this laptop. So, No AMD GPU's. I have been looking for a while but I want a few recommendations. Cheaper is always better but I understand what I'm asking is expensive.

    Thanks in advance,
    Colin


    GS70 Stealth from msi. Light, Quite the power to it and Active cooling. get the 770m
  2. Construkt said:
    If you want to play on lower settings, you can actually get away with an Acer Aspire V7 with the Nvidia GT 750M graphics card. I've seen people play BF4 on medium with a GT 740M, so it is doable.

    While it isn't a super powerful gaming machine, it is incredibly light at 4.4lbs and gets up to 8 hours of battery life which is where it will really shine in school.

    If you want to portability but want a real gaming machine, the MSI GS60 which will cost you a lot more but be extremely easy to get around.


    only issue with gs60 is it has less cooling. other then that it is a bit lighter.
  3. I have been looking at the GS70 from MSI but the newer one that hasn't come out yet with the GTX 870m. Does anyone know the release date?
  4. silvershadow113 said:
    I have been looking at the GS70 from MSI but the newer one that hasn't come out yet with the GTX 870m. Does anyone know the release date?


    sometime after September 25th /on the 25th
  5. Construkt said:
    silvershadow113 said:
    I have been looking at the GS70 from MSI but the newer one that hasn't come out yet with the GTX 870m. Does anyone know the release date?


    It should be out by April 1.


    I think they are still going for the wooooooot its September 25th! Lets throw shit into shit!
  6. The Razer Blade is probably the best choice for you.
  7. sonelone said:
    The Razer Blade is probably the best choice for you.


    cmon... its way to much money for the little power you get.
  8. Get a dell demions 4600 its really cheap but gives you as much power as a mac or some alenwares
    and is really portable in a cardboard box
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