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looking for a decent gaming laptop

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May 22, 2014 3:38:50 AM

i am looking for a decent gaming laptop that can play most games on medium

i live in england so no american stores

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May 22, 2014 4:43:16 AM

i currently do not have a budget (but i'm guessing around £600-£700 i need to check things)

size... decently sized not one of those awfully tiny things you get (i think my current laptop is a bit bigger than an A4 sheet of paper)
screen resolution 1080p
at least a few hours battery life when not doing intensive tasks (like when watching a film) i tend to keep my laptop plugged in most of the time when doing more power hungry tasks (like gaming)
i will probably play world of warcraft on it as well as TERA online planetside 2 and titanfall (and as i said medium is good enough i know tera and wow are not your hardware intensive games but planetside 2 is)
gaming, general internet, films and main downloading machine (i can keep my laptop on 24/7 but not my desktop so with my current laptop i download my steam games on it for transfer to the main machine)
at least 500gb
and i intend to keep it for some time
anywhere that sells in england
standard dvd drive (i have not quite made the leap to blu ray yet)

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May 22, 2014 5:02:33 AM

1TB of storage, 8GB of RAM, Bluray combo drive, decent battery, i7 4-core (8-thread) CPU, pretty good for gaming, but no Full HD screen (I think): http://www.amazon.co.uk/Asus-N56VZ-15-6-inch-Laptop-Gra...

I've personally had a 15.6 inch laptop with a 1366x768 screen and it never looked too grainy for me. If 1080p is an absolute must, let me know and I'll find an alternative.
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May 22, 2014 5:48:21 AM

pcspecialist.oc.uk - select the cosmos II - 15.6' fairly thin lapttop
the upgrades you need are:
I5 4200M
8GB ram
gtx 850M
1080p screen
update the wireless if you have enough cash.
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May 22, 2014 6:56:09 AM

hmmm thinking about it my current laptop is lower than 1080p (1366X768) and i have not had any issues with that one (the resolution that is)
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