I have a small budget for around 700 for a low end gaming laptop.
I've done some reading that Nvidia has better graphic cards for laptops.
I'm leaning more towards the Ienovo due to it seeming like a better deal.
Any input would be great.
Now for the surprise, this computer is advertised with only an NVIDIA Geforce 540M, however it comes with NVIDIA Optimus technology which means it also has an integrated card. This is actually a bane for many gamers as on paper this may actually be an attractive feature, however it doesn't fully deliver because the driver can't seem to decided what actually needs the GPU. This results in everything going to the Integrated Graphics chip. You have to actually have to go to the nvidia control center and tell it exactly what programs need to run with the GPU, otherwise you'll end up with slop. Also, you can't choose the default video card in the BIOS, so it can't be disabled.
yeah its just a right click on the desktop then go into nvidia control panel. then from there you can set the whole computer to use the integrated or dedicated card or under the program settings you can tell it what programs to use what card.