Asus G73jw-Xa1 Laptop

Over the last few years there has been a rise in the popularity of playing video games on laptop computers. A big part in this is due to advancements in technology, which have given laptops the capabilities to allow someone to play games on them successfully. It wasn’t too long ago that someone would have to bring a desktop computer in order to take on someone in a shooter game at the other person’s house. Now people can just load up their laptops and take each other on with the wireless internet connections almost anywhere.

There is a lot of media coverage of the different players in the gaming industry. That’s not surprising, since there are so many devoted fans of the different consoles, and so many gaming fanatics who enjoy playing new games and updated versions of older games.

The graphics card is the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500. The problem is that you are really going to need a dedicated graphics card for good gaming, so you will probably end up buying another graphics card. But the Intel Media Accelerator will get you started – just depends on how good you want your graphics to be.

N4G is a nice source of diverse news from various sources, categorized neatly so you can easily zero in on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, or other console or platform. They also have categories for industry news, dev news, tech, and week’s hottest news.

The Claw gripper is someone who mainly uses the very tips of their fingers to do the clicking/moving and will be more comfortable with a smaller modern warfare aimbot mouse.

Let us now get to know more about these gadgets of the future in detail. Firstly, as we said earlier gaming notebooks are much faster in performance and processing. That is why they have quad core processors or at the least dual core processors to ensure this fast speed. Ideal processor speeds are at least 2.5 Gigahertz (GHz). Secondly, whichever Graphic Processing Unit or Graphic Card you choose, it has to be a one that is fast as well as reliable.

There are a few other things you might want to check out when buying a gaming laptop. One being style and looks; most of the higher end laptops will have plenty of style and pizazz. If the style and flash of your rig is important to you, than it is something to consider when buying your system. Perhaps, another less shadow and more important issue is warranty. Does your spectacular looking rig have a good warranty should things go south? The more expensive the rig, the more you should check the warranty, even buying an extended warranty for your brand new gaming laptop. Years of happy worry-free gaming should be your ultimate goal.