Maingear Makes a Move on Thin and Light Gaming Laptops with Pulse 17

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hornfire3

Maingear PCs are rly great... Sadly, it's just that they're way too expensive. i'd choose between Digital Storm or CyberPowerPC. (Falcon Northwest is also great but still quite expensive, and don't get me talking about Eurocom.)

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appleroxinhouston

Razer, Maingear, and Asus go all out. pew pew pew. The Razer Blade is still the best option pricing

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Hey.That_Dude

MSI's is the best price per performance. It has everything the Maingear's has and it's cheaper by about $200.

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burntham77

Thin is nice and all, especially for having a gaming GPU in there, but that's a hell of a premium to pay for it.

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nadako

This is still way to expensive compared to MSI's laptop that has the same specs.

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Hey.That_Dude

I love the way the market is moving with these thin but large screened laptops. Everyday I have more and more choices. Finally.

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sotoa

I agree. Thin, light, large screen, yet super powerful.
Just hope they don't skimp on the screen quality.

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Hey.That_Dude

Of course they will. And unfortunately, it won't be 1440p or higher. We'll be stuck at 1080p for a while yet. It's they only sad thing about this genre of laptops.