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Even though the market is becoming more and more saturated with PC tablets and Ultrabooks gaming laptops are still the best portable computers to use for gaming.
Unlike their more recently developed counterparts, laptops have already been on the market for quite a while and a large amount of work has been done in order to allow them to be more powerful. At this stage, when it comes to PC gaming laptops still outrank everything except for PCs themselves.
In any case, if you are looking to get a portable computer for gaming purposes it can be quite hard to make a choice, especially with all the models that have been released. While there are without a doubt many models out there that are more than capable of handling heavy-duty gaming, here are my top three choices for the best gaming laptop 2012.
Best Gaming Laptop 2012 Toshiba Qosmio X775-Q7380
My first pick is the Toshiba Qosmio X775-Q7380 gaming laptop, partially because it comes at the low price of $1,125.00. It runs on a 2.4GHz Intel processor which can be overclocked to work at up to 3.0GHz. It comes with 6GB DDR3 RAM running at a speed of 1333MHz, a 640-GB SATA hard drive and a 17.3'' screen. While it does quite well from a performance standpoint, it does tend to overheat if you play for a long time, not to mention that the laptop itself is a bit heavy at 7.5 lbs.
All in all, this is a solid laptop coming at a very reasonable price.
Best Gaming Laptop 2012 ASUS Republic of Gamers G74SX-AH71
Here is another one of my choices for the best gaming laptop 2012. Coming at the price of $1,384.99, this gaming laptop runs on an Intel Core i7-2670QM process, with integrated Turbo Boost 2.0 technology. The graphics card is an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M along with 3GB GDDR5 VRAM.
As you can imagine, this laptop offers a great performance for current generation games and will be more than capable of running the next generation, not to mention a great deal considering it comes at less than $1500.
Best Gaming Laptop 2012 Alienware AM18X-8636BK
Finally, this is my final a choice is it is mainly for those who have extra money to spend. While Alienware hardware has always been considered a bit more expensive than the rest,
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they have never failed to deliver performance-wise. While this gaming laptop comes at the price of $1,950 it does include a 2.2GHz Intel Core Processor, 8GB DIMM, a 750 GB hard drive at a speed of 7200 rpm, as well as an 18'' screen. One of its best features is that contrary to most other gaming laptops, it takes a lot to overheat this one.
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