How many of you use laptops for gaming?

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  1. serbog

    serbog New Member

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    My brother uses a laptop to play some not that demanding games like League of Legends and Undertale. I have played a fair bit of games on laptop, but I don't like the feel of it. It feels so unreal compared to desktop PCs and it's quite exhausting. I would choose desktop over laptop every time if I'm gaming, but for more practical uses like watching movies on vacations laptops are great.
     
  2. dionnextherese

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    My siblings and I still use laptops for gaming.
     
  3. overcast

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    I have lenovo laptop. And I use it for both work and the gaming. Though less gaming as I have PC that I prefer to use. And it works just fine in that case.
     
  4. ruse

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    I sometimes use my hp laptop to play game but when I do this I usually connect it to my LCD TV.
     
  5. EfficientNinja

    EfficientNinja New Member

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    I play computer games using my laptop. I have an ASUS N550JK and I had it since 2014. I play low-mid end games with it. I haven't had any issues with it. If you prefer portability over the performance of your machine, you can go for laptops instead of desktops. :)
     
  6. ruse

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    Exactly what I'm trying tosay.
     
  7. Athanas

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    I think when a laptop is well taken care of, can handle many of these games without any trouble.
     
  8. fishbate

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    I do and it works for me. I love playing games but i still need to work. Having said that, a laptop is probably the best device for it. You can do both just as long as you have the right hardware requirements.
     
  9. overcast

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    I think some of the laptops today have more power. and for which you have to pay a bit more too. so you may have to find a bit higher ram and graphics in that case.
     

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