Well i'm a guy from India. And my friend is getting me a laptop from US.
My budget is 1300 dollars, but i wanna keep it to 1250 as 50 for a good cover and mouse
Let me tell u my laptop needs:
1. Internet browsing
2. Gaming, but not as a pro gamer. I never got to play real games like cod mw3, crysis, etc. but i want to. i want to play the high end games.
3. Watching HD movies.
4. Doing Sony Vegas
i want a laptop cuz im going to start my college soon so i might move out and need to carry it out with me all the time.
Things i particulary need :
1. inbuild hd webcam.
2. 16.5 + inch screen size.
3. 500-750 GB hard drive
4. 6 + gb ram
Here is what i looked out :
Sony Vaio F series for 1340$:
Intel® Core™ i7-2760QM quad-core processor (2.40GHz / 3.50GHz with Turbo Boost) (Save $100, reg. price $150.00)
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
16.4" 2D LED backlit Full HD display (1920x1080)
NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 540M (1GB) dedicated graphics
CD/DVD player / burner
750GB (7200rpm) hard drive
6GB (4GBx1 + 2GBx1) DDR3-SDRAM-1333
Large lithium-ion battery (7500mAh)
Any other ones guys? and is that one good for gaming / normal usage?
and do i need a cooling pad?
please suggest me a good laptop cuz im not that good.
i choose the vaio one cuz its sony but maybe its expensive
category:PC Laptops,operating system:Windows 7
asked on 13th Jan 2012 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
I appreciate you being so specific with your requirements. Considering that you need a laptop for general use as well as gaming, you need a laptop with a graphics card that supports high end games besides features like a fairly large hard drive capacity, at least 6 GB of RAM etc.
Purchasing a laptop should always involve a fair amount of research. The models that come to mind are:
1. Toshiba Qosmio X775-Q7270 (meets your system requirements in almost every aspect: http://us.toshiba.com/computers/laptops/qosmio/X770/X775-Q7270/ ).
2. Dell XPS 15z (even though the screen size does not measure up to your requirements, it is generous in the RAM department and comes with an Intel Core i7 processor: http://www.dell.com/us/p/xps-15z/pd.aspx?~srd=true&sk=xps%2015z&scat=prod )
You can look through http://www.pcworld.com/shopping/browse/category.html?id=10010&src=sem&tk=pcw_01_SHOP-LAPTOPS-ALL-INTL&utm_source=SHOP-LAPTOPS-ALL-INTL&utm_medium=SHOP-LAPTOPS-INTL&utm_content=SHOP-INTL&utm_campaign=Google-CPC for reviews of other laptops meant for gaming that fare well on your checklist too.
It is a good idea to purchase a cooling pad to make sure your laptop does not overheat but even when you are not using one, make sure you keep the laptop elevated by keeping books etc. under two opposite edges.
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