alienware m18x

When it comes to gaming, we need the best of everything. The best hardware, graphics, cooling system, storage and even an appropriate keyboard and mouse. A keyboard with tough keys or a damaged mouse can ruin your game-play experience and eventually will ruin your scores.

best gaming laptop

Although, everyone prefers desktop PC for gaming but sometimes having a desktop computer becomes impossible and it has some disadvantages too. You cannot carry Monitor, CPU, Speakers, etc. with you if you’re a frequent traveler. And no sane person brings their desktop on a LAN gaming party. There are many other situations when having a portable device is the only best option. Certainly, the “portable device” can’t be a mobile phone (for serious gamers). It has to be a notebook laptop – not a little less, not a little more than that.

5 Best Gaming Laptop for Serious Gamers:

1. Alienware M18x

Alienware is a well-known name for suitable laptops for best gaming experience. Out of them, M18x has the highest performance capability. Therefore, highest price tag. It’s new in market and has a 18.4-inch display, which is the best you can get in a notebook. It might look a little big to some people, though. But who cares? We mean business. oops! You can read more about the specifications and other details on the official site.


asus g74sx

ASUS G74SX is an affordable option for gamers with rich passion but loose pockets. Apart from that, it looks great and packs everything you need for serious gaming. If you compare it with the above mentioned notebook, you get a little less screen size. It has a 17.3-inch display screen. Some people might consider it an advantage, because 18.4-inch is just too big. More details on official site.

3. Sony VAIO VPC-F236FM/B

sony vaio f series

Sony VAIO F series notebooks are meant for gamers. It provides just what you want, at a price which perfectly its in your pockets. It has a 3rd-generation Intel i7 processor, with NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M graphics processor which powers the 16.4-inch LED screen. Official site link.

4. Alienware M17x

alienware m17x

If you want an Alienware only but the price of M18x doesn’t fit within your budget, we have something good to show you. M17x offers super gaming experience with über cool design. Again, you get a 3rd-generation i7 processor with 17.3-inch screen. You can also opt for full 1080p FHD resolution display, by paying a little extra. More info on the official link.

5. Alienware M14x

alienware m14x

Too much Alienware? Never mind! M14x gives you the most affordable Alienware-game experience. Plus, it looks like the so-called ordinary notebooks in terms of size. The screen size is 14-inch, which is similar to the notebooks everyone use for their daily work (excludes high-def gaming of course). If it’s too small, then take a look at M17x above. Read more about M14x.

If none of the above laptops satisfy your needs, or if you need more options I have a tip for you. Go to your nearest computer store, and tell them what you want. Specify them your budget, and your needs. I’d suggest, go for a screen size between 15-inch to 18-inch and processor nothing less than Intel i5 or i7. Though, i7 processor is the most suitable choice. Make sure the keys are not too small or have a very little space from neighboring keys. Keyboard with no numpad at the right is preferred, as it leaves more space for other keys. Graphics is a crucial part of gaming, so choose the best. Ask for NVIDIA GeForce, which fits in your budgeted price.

I hope you found this useful, let us know your views in your comments. Game ON!

2 thoughts on “5 Best Gaming Laptops in 2012

  • August 13, 2012 at 11:00 am

    Alienware Gaming Laptops are always the best choice for the Gaming and its not affordable also its very expensive.

  • August 12, 2012 at 9:37 am

    @Kalpit, I though Razer blade should have been in this list as it recently made the world best gaming laptop.


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