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June 13, 2012 3:44:15 PM

Need A gaming laptop ---INDIA


Budget : $1200-$1350 (60000rs-75000rs)

Processor : i7 (quad) or i5 (quad) [ consider i5 if budget exceeds]

Screen size : 17" (15 also considering)

Resolution : 1600*900 or higher not less than 1024*768

Battery life : 3 or more hrs

RAM : 4-8-12GB

Gameplay : i want to play games at high quality with AA (AA off is not a problem. )

Other uses : not looking for video editing and graphics

Buy from : direct shops like Asus ,HP , DELL and if possible from internet (india)

Country : INDIA

Optical drives : DVD writer

HDD capacity : 500GB+

Preferable brands : DELL, ASUS, HP.... anything good

GPU : GTX 660M (most preferred) GTX 560M or equivalent
VRAM SIZE : 1 or 2GB







pS: if there ia an alienware for the budget also tell

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June 13, 2012 3:54:29 PM

dgbkiller said:
Need A gaming laptop ---INDIA


Budget : $1200-$1350 (60000rs-75000rs)

Processor : i7 (quad) or i5 (quad) [ consider i5 if budget exceeds]

Screen size : 17" (15 also considering)

Resolution : 1600*900 or higher not less than 1024*768

Battery life : 3 or more hrs

RAM : 4-8-12GB

Gameplay : i want to play games at high quality with AA (AA off is not a problem. )

Other uses : not looking for video editing and graphics

Buy from : direct shops like Asus ,HP , DELL and if possible from internet (india)

Country : INDIA

Optical drives : DVD writer

HDD capacity : 500GB+

Preferable brands : DELL, ASUS, HP.... anything good

GPU : GTX 660M (most preferred) GTX 560M or equivalent
VRAM SIZE : 1 or 2GB







pS: if there ia an alienware for the budget also tell



Within that price range you have the Asus G75VW. It is a monster for sure and can do everything you asked for.
I would say you do not want the Alienware (Dell) because ever since Dell aquired them, they use relatively cheap components, do not offer any kind of decent support at all, constantly have hardware problems such as the DPC latency issue that plagued a majority of the M17x's.
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June 13, 2012 3:55:45 PM

jerubedo said:
Within that price range you have the Asus G75VW. It is a monster for sure and can do everything you asked for.
I would say you do not want the Alienware (Dell) because ever since Dell aquired them, they use relatively cheap components, do not offer any kind of decent support at all, constantly have hardware problems such as the DPC latency issue that plagued a majority of the M17x's.



is it available in india. i think its above 1500$
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June 13, 2012 4:00:35 PM

gaming laptop=oxymoron
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June 13, 2012 4:06:03 PM

Look for the Asus N53 series.

They have i5 and i7 variants and a good set of price ranges.

Just make sure you get the ones with the new Kepler video cards. Those would be GT640M (non LE) GT650M or GT660M.

Here's more info on them: http://www.anandtech.com/show/5697/nvidias-geforce-600m...

Cheers!
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June 13, 2012 4:09:45 PM

dgbkiller said:
is it available in india. i think its above 1500$



I am seeing that it is available in India, and yes, you are correct that it does cost a bit more there (Here in the states it is right around 1250 USD). You can opt to get the i5 version, though, which looks to be around 1300 USD in India. The hyperthreading that the i7 provides will not give any noticable performance in games.
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January 6, 2013 8:40:51 AM

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