In order to buy the right tool for the job, you have to know what to look for. It seems obvious but this advice applies as much to shopping for a gaming laptop as it does buying a car or smartphone. It is very easy to buy into the look, or the marketing buzz around a product but it is far more important to learn to look below the surface and know what internal features can give you most bang-for-your-buck.
After all, if you buy a gaming laptop that cannot deliver the performance needed for the games you have bought it to play, it’s not really worth the investment - and there is so much more behind a great gaming laptop experience than just the graphics card and CPU.
Here’s what you need to look for:
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