MSI GT80 Titan

Best gaming laptops, by AnandTech

“The gaming segment is one of the few areas of strength in the PC market, and entire companies have moved from supporting mainstream computing to focusing solely on gaming hardware,” says AnandTech.

These are the best gaming laptops on the market according to AnandTech.

Entry-level gaming: less than $1000

Lenovo Ideapad Y700 14-inch

“This is not super powerful mobile GPU, but it should be plenty for running older games or eSports”

Lenovo Ideapad Y700 15-inch

“If you can spend even a bit more than the 14-inch model, you can step up to the 15-inch model, which offers a lot more laptop for the money”

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Mid-range gaming: less than $2000

Alienware 15 R2

“Dell offers quite a range of customizations which should help you fit the Alienware 15 R2 into your budget, and if you like the looks of an Alienware, this is a good mid-range model to consider”


“ASUS offers a G-SYNC display panel with a 75 Hz refresh, and it’s really great to game on”

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High-end gaming

Razer Blade

“What Razer gives up in performance over some of the other high-end gaming laptops, it makes up for in portability and build quality”

MSI GT72 Dominator Pro

“It offers plenty of performance, without breaking the bank when it comes to heat output”

MSI GT80 Titan

“If you are looking for the ultimate in gaming performance, it’s tough to overlook the MSI GT80 Titan. This is almost less of a laptop and more of a portable desktop”

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AnandTech is a technology website focused on hardware. It was founded in 1997 by Anand Lal Shumpi, who served as its CEO and editor-in-chief until 2014, when he left the company to work at Apple. Praised for its in-depth reviews, the website is a reliable and influential source of information for technology enthusiasts.

Source: AnandTech
Last checked on: 29 April 2016