Gaming on a laptop is a great experience, especially if you take full advantage of the portability and take the PC to LAN events. That said, choosing a laptop to game on is actually rather simple — you just need a dedicated GPU. Thing is, if you want to save money and spend less than $1,000, this is where things can get a little tricky. There are plenty of options out there, but it's all about matching the CPU, GPU and other components to a great price.
Community member hudson31 is searching for a gaming laptop for less than 70,000 rupees, which is around $1,000.
We rounded up some of the best gaming laptops available for purchase with the Lenovo Legion Y530 taking our recommended budget option at just over $1,000. This laptop isn't a slouch either, packing an Eighth Generation Intel Core i7-8750H CPU, NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti GPU, and 16GB of DDR4 RAM. Just make sure you have at least an Intel Core i5 and a GTX 10 series GPU. At least 8GB of RAM helps too.
For a lot of people, a 15-inch laptop is a perfect size that offers enough screen for multitasking, and in a lot of cases, some extra performance from powerful hardware. We've rounded up the best of the best at this size.
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Microsoft announced this week that it was expanding Surface Duo availability to nine new commercial markets. While Surface Duo is undoubtedly a work in progress, this is not a sign of a disaster. It's also doesn't mean that Surface Duo is selling a ton either. Instead, the reason for the expansion is a lot more straightforward.
You don't require a desktop PC to truly enjoy Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. We've rounded up some fine gaming laptops, like the excellent Razer Blade 15, that will more than happily let you take to the skies without a desk.