Originally Posted by BK_123
Laptops aren't really designed for gaming and a lot of people don't really understand that.
Go to Google and type in "Gaming", the top suggested item is "Gaming laptops".
There are plenty and plenty of laptops that are designed specifically for mobile gaming. I think the "confusion" is more related to cost and availability. The cost of production on a gaming laptop doesn't have a required higher input cost than the cost of production on say a netbook. The consumer price delta however, is much much greater because of the common belief that laptops are not meant for gaming and it's hard for a manufacturer to do.
It's just not true.
The point, again, is that they exist but are far overpriced by manufacturers (notoriously Alienware) because people don't truly understand the fact that the input cost is much the same as any other laptop... It's an assembly line just with different parts.
is a good laptop and fair deal.
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