Gaming Laptop

Kylie

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I was wondering what is the cheapest and best Gaming Laptop to buy? Budget is around £650 to £800. To play fortnite etc?
 
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I was wondering what is the cheapest and best Gaming Laptop to buy? Budget is around £650 to £800. To play fortnite etc?
I found this one, it right at your budget though! Its cosmetically nice and the specs are high. Of course your gonna get nerds on here that give you links to 4k ones and try flex theres or give you advice but say they added this and that, lmao.
Inspiron 15 5000 Gaming Series

  • 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ Quad Core

  • Windows 10 Home 64bit English

  • 8GB Single Channel DDR4 2400 Mhz
£800 [ To view this link you must register here. ]


 

JMG

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Check out here. [ To view this link you must register here. ]

Bottom line is, don’t game on a laptop. You can get better desktops for a cheaper price.

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Kylie

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Check out here. [ To view this link you must register here. ]

Bottom line is, don’t game on a laptop. You can get better desktops for a cheaper price.

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I need a laptop for lectures etc, not just for gaming. I was going to buy a MacBook but I could get a gaming laptop for the same price. However, I need a laptop with good battery life too.
 

JMG

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Buy a cheap laptop for your lectures and a desktop PC for your gaming.

Spending £1,000 on a laptop would get you something good, but it'd get you a better desktop. Bottom line is, what games? What are the max specs for the games you're going to be playing? Is it worth spending more than necessary?

Just search around, I've noticed buying something branded is a total rip off. (ex. Alienware, Mac).
 

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Mainly want it for Fortnite to replace my PS4. I was looking to buy a MacBook for lectures, battery life and fortnite because apparently I could get a good FPS with GeForce Now, but still unsure.
 

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MacBook to write notes? :oops: Must be loaded.

I'd personally get a small touch screen tablet or computer for the lectures. All of the information is online anyway, I personally didn't take many notes in my lectures. But hey ho if your budget is £650 - £800 I doubt you'd get a brand new good Apple Mac.
 

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I'm not for sure if you like the brand Acer but my buddy has an Acer gaming laptop (I don't know the specific specs), but he get 120 fps on Fortnite while recording and is capable of taking notes with word etc.
If I find the laptop online I will send you the link!
 

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If you have need get a pc. I recently upgraded my shitty laptop to a rig with i5 gtx 1050 for £400
 

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