I'm looking at replacing my bulky i7-powered Dell Studio 1558 with a netbook now that I have a desktop that can handle all of my gaming needs. I still want something that has pretty decent power, but I really only want to be able to run one specific game...namely, League of Legends. I noticed that the NVIDIA ION chip in the Asus Eee PC is a 512MB dedicated card, which is probably as good as it'll get on a netbook.
I appreciate the input, but I want to have a little more assurance that supposition. I've weighed the numbers too, and think it'll work, but I'm not gonna make the purchase until I'm sure. Desktop 512MB cards go a lot further than laptop cards.
Let the video load in the background and pause the video. The guy is a chatterbox and the actual gameplay doesn't begin until about 5:45 into the video. He has Game Booster installed which I believe turns off unnecessary background services.