A 4th-gen Core i7 coupled with NVIDIA's GTX780M give the MSI GT70-2OD horsepower that blow away the average desktop but you'll be ponying up an arm and a leg for that power. Let's check out the latest generation of MSI's gaming notebook and burn through some games and see if this baby can deliver desktop-calibre performance in a portable package.
It doesn't have the "gaming" term tagged on to it but its NVIDIA SLI configuration shows its got plenty of creds as one of the better, high-performance notebooks out right now. Check out this #B2G review of the Lenovo IdeaPad Y510P notebook.
Once again we take a closer look at the most advanced gaming laptop currently available in the market featuring specs powerful enough to bill it as a "desktop replacement" but the most stand-out feature is its inclusion of a mechanical keyboard, the first ever laptop to do so... not to mention the $5000 price tag. Let's again focus at the insanely overpowered MSI GT80 TITAN Gaming Laptop in this #B2G review.
We've reached that point in history where we can say that aside from the occasional mobile workstation or something with a ridiculous Apple tax, there really isn't a laptop in the Php50,0000 to Php100,000 range that isn't a gaming notebook. That said, MSI and ASUS have begun dueling it out in this price segment to capture this critical gamer market. We got another notebook from MSI: the well-rounded MSI GE62 Apache #gaming notebook in the labs for a #B2G review. Hit the link to read more.
If you need a replacement adapter for your notebook, its either you go for an expensive official replacement or take the chance for a cheap one from CDRKING. Huntkey now gives you a more credible option with wide compatibility for many notebooks out there. We take a look at the Huntkey Universal Laptop Adapter ES in this #B2G review.
We take a closer look at the Lenovo ideaPad Y700 gaming notebook. This notebook drops the gaming swag in favor of excellent build quality and the performance essentials: a quad-core Intel Core i7-6700HQ and a NVIDIA GTX 960M and a metal body you can probably break down a door with. Read more about the Lenovo Y700 in this #B2G review.