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Five of the Best Gaming Laptops of 2016 So Far

Times are changing in the PC world, and with gamers wanting something a little more mobile, gaming laptops are turning into the machine of choice. The desktop will always be the king of course, with the ability to upgrade it so easy, but that doesn’t mean that people can’t play on a laptop that has the power to play all of the top games.

With this in mind, here are five of the best laptops we’ve seen in 2016 so far:

Alienware 17

Alienware is a known and trusted name for when it comes to a powerful gaming laptop. If you have enough money to spend on one of these beauties it is hard to argue against them. With the cost ranging from £1,000 to £1,500 though, this may be a cost that is out of the range of many.

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Asus ROG G751JY

Asus are another dependable range when it comes to gaming laptops, and with their ROG G751JY model they provide all the power you need for the best titles being released on the PC at the moment. If your taste for gaming is a little more casual though, and you want to play something  that offers no deposit bonus, this laptop has no problem enabling you to do this too.

Aorsus X7 Pro

At a cost of £1,800 for this laptop, it is fair to say that Aorsus are more of a hard-core company when it comes to their laptops. Again, if you can afford it though you can’t go wrong with this beast.

Origin PC Eon15-X

This laptop is known for its quality LED screen, and is more of an affordable laptop for gamers. Featuring an Intel Core i7 chip though don’t worry about the power this computer hides underneath its hood.

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Lenovo Y50 Touch 4K

Our final choice is the Lenovo Y50 Touch 4K, a laptop that has been designed with gaming in mind. Lenovo have made a push to provide gaming machines with pure power, and this machine definitely shows that they can deliver.

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