If you were buying a gaming laptop, what would you buy and why. Also, what service package would you go for?
I will have to re do this, ie these links, ON the actual win 7 laptop, cuz atm I am still using/posting this, on my XP !The link disappeared so I will do this a different way. I also found another link that talks you through it as well.
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While it looks like a nice computer I will have to warn you on a couple of things. Number one is the fact that it is an all-in-one. If something goes wrong, you will pay a lot for repairs. A traditional desktop, most people can replace things like video cards, Ethernet cards, hard drives etc. If you have to take it in for repairs, it is a lot cheaper as well since most parts can be replaces with stock parts on the shelves in most computer stores. (Stay away from the micro computers as well since it doesn't use standard sized parts and the ventilation is almost non-existent since there is almost no extra room in them). You also need to be careful with the all-in-ones and overheating as well.
I think it will be the budget king acer nitro 5, which is comes with Core i7-11800H and RTX 3050 TI. I think this is the only laptop who deserve more than it. Hope soon I will purchase my dream gaming laptop. thank for asking!If you were buying a gaming laptop, what would you buy and why. Also, what service package would you go for?