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hvieira

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These are the best gaming laptops on the market right now for me. You can find on the list everything from cheap to really expensive, from 15" to 18.4". You can find 3D screens on some laptops for example on Asus and Acer.

HP Envy 15 2nd Gen (ATI Mobility Radeon HD5830 and Intel I5/i7 processor) 15.6"

Packard Bell IPower GX / Gateway P-7920u FX (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M and Intel Core 2 Duo / Quad) 17"

Asus G71/G72 GX (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M and Intel Core 2 Duo / Quad) 17"

Asus G51/G60 J (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M and Intel I7 processor) 15.6"

Alienware M15X (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M and Intel I5/I7 processor) 15.6"

Alienware M17X (Dual 1GB ATI Radeon Mobility HD4870 in CrossfireX or ATI Mobility Radeon HD5870 and Intel I5/I7 processor) 17"

Sager NP9850 (Dual NVIDIA GTX 285M in SLi and Intel I7 processor) 18.4"

Sager NP9280 (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285M and Intel Core i7 Quad (Nehalem)) 17"

Sager NP8760 (NVIDIA GeForce 285M / ATI Mobility Radeon HD5870 and Intel I7 processor) 17.3"

Sager NP8690 (NVIDIA GeForce 285M / ATI Mobility Radeon HD5870 and Intel I7 processor) 15.6"

MSI GT660 (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285M and Intel I7 processor) 16"

Toshiba Qosmio X505 (NVIDIA GeForce GTS 360M and Intel I5/I7 processor) 18.4"

Asus G51/G60 JX (NVIDIA GeForce GTS 360M and Intel I7 processor) 15.6"

Acer Aspire 7745G (ATI Mobility Radeon HD5850 and Intel I3, I5, I7 processor) 17.3"

Acer Aspire Ethos 5943G (ATI Mobility Radeon HD5850 and Intel I3, I5, I7 processor) 15.6"

Acer Aspire Ethos 8943G (ATI Mobility Radeon HD5850 and Intel I3, I5, I7 processor) 18.4"

MSI GX640 (ATI Mobility Radeon HD5850 and Intel I5/I7 processor) 15.4"

MSI GX740 / Medion X7811 (ATI Mobility Radeon HD5870 and Intel I7 processor) 17"

ASUS G73JH (ATI Mobility Radeon HD5870 and Intel I7 processor) 17.3"

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I like the way that over half that list are Clevos...(mySN, Rock, Kobalt, Cyber system, Eurocom, Sager...all rebranded Clevos)

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It does mean a lot of them are duplicates.

Think your list need revising.

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CyberpowerPC 17" laptop for me, check my specs, cost me $1,400 in 2008

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Yes, I know Galdere.. but in different countries you get a different brand of "Clevos" :) just trying to help people who wants to get a good gaming rig..

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I think this topic is very important and should be developed in something more-like statistic.

Could you sing who is 15 inch?

I d like to obtain new gaming notebook as well.

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I don't think your list achieves that though hvieira, as it is US centric with its rebrands.

The best way to find which notebook suits you is to check out the competition for yourself.

Failing that there is another website that deals with recommendations based on your preferences.

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Clevo rebranding information brands that use clevo machines

Local brand name, Country

Baycom Worldbook, Baycom Worldbook II,tronic'5 27C, Germany

Baycom Worldbook III, tronic'5 27T, Germany

Gericom Overdose S Austria, Germany

2700T ONT, Switzerland

PowerNote 2773, PowerNote 2786, PowerNote 2710, Netherlands

Promedion, Netherlands

Brilliant 2700c, Netherlands

Young Sun 2700 Silverline, Young Sun 2700T Silverline, Netherlands

Brilliant 2700c, Netherlands

Entreprise 5000, Symphonic 4000, France

In Systems DesigNote 2002, Portugal

FOSA 2700C, Singapore

Pro Star 2253, USA

Sager, USA

Progress 2700/2800 Series, Italy

KEYMAT series "FLAG COMPLETO" ( KEYMAT notebook FL 4090 DX ), Italy

Polaris XP 2723 / XP 2724, Italy

Polaris XP 2734, Italy

9200 Powernote, Canada

Eurocom, Canada

BEST Apache C, BEST Apache T, Sweden

Rock, UK

Kobalt, UK

Mesh, UK

AJP-2200C, UK

Quadra 141-1200C, UK

Viglen Dossier NS, UK

Sigma Si, UK

Pico Premier, UK

Iridium Starbook 510, UK

2200S, 2200T, UK

Ahtec Sonic 2200 Series, Spain

Hundyx TL2000, Spain

Ahead Click Series ( Ahead Click 2700, Ahead Click 2200 ), Spain

Excel 2700, Australia

Portocom FreeBook Hungaria, Slovakia and Czech Republic

Portocom FreeForce Hungaria, Slovakia and Czech Republic

Notex, Slovenia

UMAX ActionBook 570T, Czech Republic

Discovery KT5, Russia

California Access 6700, Poland

Proline, Model 2700T, South Africa

http://www.clevoweb.co.uk/Clevo-brands.htm

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Clevo rebranding information brands that use clevo machines

http://www.clevoweb.co.uk/Clevo-brands.htm

Which probably have nothing to do with gaming laptops being 13-14" models.

17" models would have a different list I think.

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Which probably have nothing to do with gaming laptops being 13-14" models.

17" models would have a different list I think.

If you want you can do that different list..

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