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Review: Acer Predator Triton gaming laptop

A hot gaming laptop in every sense of the word. Not too long ago, only Razer was mass producing thin and light gaming laptops, but thanks, at least in part, to the Nvidia Max-Q design philosophy, every month we’re seeing more and more machines that combine portability and power into …

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Review: MSI Infinite X Gaming PC

A beastly PC for the masses. G aming continues to be the shining RGB light of the PC market and if you want to game in the age of 4K and high refresh rate monitors, you need a beast of a PC, and that’s exactly what we have in the …

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The new Razer Blade: The gaming laptop, evolved

Razer has sharpened its laptop lineup with the addition of the new Razer Blade. Thanks to NVIDIA’s Max-Q Design, Razer has sliced away the typical gaming laptop bulk to reveal an angular, powerful 15.6-inch machine which weighs a whisker over 2kg. The Razer Blade design has laid stagnant for a …

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Acer laptops at CES 2018

Acer’s new laptops have something for everyone: the gamer, the worker on the move and the emailer on a budget At CES 2018, Acer showcased three new laptops: the AMD-powered Nitro 5 gaming laptop, the elegant and ultra-lightweight Swift 7 and a revamped Chromebook 11 with a USB Type-C port …

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Review: HP Omen 15 gaming laptop

An Omen of things to come for HP’s gaming division? Republic of Gamers. Aorus. Alienware. And now we have another major manufacturer launching its own dedicated gaming brand, with HP making a serious push with its Omen range. It actually launched last year, but it’s only this year that we’ve …

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Review: Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming

This laptop can handle 1080p gaming with ease, but it’s let down by a poor-quality display. If you want slick Full HD gaming in a laptop, you normally have to pay a considerable price. For example, the $2,899 15in Gigabyte Aero 15 comes with an Intel Core i7-7700HQ and a 6GB GTX …

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Review: HP Omen 880-062a desktop gaming PC

Ryzen hits the pre-made market. HP is best known for its reliable range of office and productivity PCs. It’s lesser known for is its gaming range, but over the last few years the company has really been pushing to get into the gaming market. The Omen desktop we’re reviewing here …

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