When it comes to computer gaming, no one wants to fall behind in terms of technology and performance. Graphic cards on laptops dedicated to gaming rarely live up to their desktop counterparts despite the weighty price-tags. However when you wish to compromise on performance for mobility, the first name that comes to mind when you think of gaming laptops is Alienware.
Alienware M17xR4 is one of the best in the business with a high end graphic card and processor and also being affordable when compared to its sibling the Alienware M18x or the Eurocom Scorpius and Origin EON17-S. The crux of your gaming experience is definitely from the graphics so the processor should invariably be a third generation or higher. Size matters and a wide screen will complete your ultimate gaming experience.
Buying on finance is when you use a credit card or a personal loan to pay for products/services that you buy. The cost of a gaming laptop is particularly more if you buy it on finance. The expected lifespan of a gaming laptop is approximately two years and you don’t want to betrapped with loan interest even after you’ve stopped using the laptop. If you can’t afford a laptop on cash, it’s probably not worth the cost of financing it and getting stuck with the interest rates for years. You could rather go for a desktop which would give you a better performance and be affordable at the same time because gaming laptops devalue quickly. A gaming laptop is at the top for not more than 5 to 6 months and you get great resale value either.
Numerous stores across The United Kingdom offer good discounts on laptops. Stores like Comet and Currys have a good range in the gaming laptops section while there are also exclusive company outlets for Dell, Alienware, etc. Various online stores like PCWorld, ShopLaptop and LaptopsDirectoffer a wider range and also ship internationally.