Five Of The Best Gaming Laptops So Far In 2016


Lenovo Y50 Touch 4K
It really should be no surprise that gaming laptops are popular. They give all the power of a desktop PC while giving the gamer the ability to move away from the desk. Now that we are halfway through 2016 it is a good chance to take a look at some of the best laptops available to players, and which you should spend your hard earned cash on.

Alienware 17

Alienware is one of the most well-known names when it comes to gaming laptops and the Alienware 17 lives up to expectations. With excellent graphics and audio quality this is definitely a PC that you can depend on.

Asus ROG G751JY

Asus are a company that can be depended on to provide powerful laptops that also have a stylish look. The G751JY not only looks good but is designed to stay cool during those long gaming sessions, which can be important, especially if you have it on your knee.

Aorsus X7 Pro

Aorsus are known as a hardcore gaming company, and with the X7 Pro they provide a hardcore gaming laptop. Beware the cost of this one though as you will be looking at a price around £1,800.

Origin PC Eon15-X

All gaming laptops have to have something that makes them stand out, and Origin’s laptop is in graphical quality. With an impressive LED display your games look good, whether it be take over bingo, or one of the big Triple A titles.

Lenovo Y50 Touch 4K

Lenovo are putting a lot of work into their gaming PC range and the Y50 Touch 4K is one of the fruits of their hard labour. Not only does it have a 4K display, but it delivers in the performance that can be all important for the pro gamers out there.

These are just a selection of laptops that are available this year, and we are only halfway through 2016. With new graphics cards and faster processors being released, it will be interesting to see what this new technology brings to the gaming laptop market.

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