Normally when we’ve had gaming laptops in in the past, we at the bit-tech offices have gone through the same old dance.
After a few minutes of beholding the laptop my frustrating need to argue takes over and I question what exactly the point of a gaming notebook is.
They are, I point out, invariably too heavy and big to be anything more than a desktop replacement when you get right down to it, except they have less power and upgradability.
Tim will ignore me, or go away and return with an inflatable hammer to beat me with. Richard will roll his eyes and go through the same old arguments about how gaming laptops offer versatility, which I counter to with the issue of inflated prices.
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