Laptops for Legions

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Mots0311, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. Mots0311

    Mots0311 Member

    I'm looking to buy a laptop and I'm interested what's the best setup for a game like Legions. I can't spend more than $1000 bucks so forget those really high end ones. Any suggestions?
  2. Fixious

    Fixious Test Lead

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  3. 57thEnryu

    57thEnryu Member

    there a Alienware for like $750 that's supposed to be really good. Try that.
  4. Ucantry2run

    Ucantry2run Private Tester

    I would build a desktop instead of a laptop. I know a good set for $1000 that will run games amazingly. PM me if you want some help.

    I'll look for some laptops too...
  5. SeymourGore

    SeymourGore Flatulent Cherub

    This one's not bad. With that said, almost anything modern with a dedicated GPU should be fine. Try to avoid netbooks, though.

    I'm thinking there's a specific reason why you want a laptop (portability, lack of space, etc), but Ucan's right. If you're on a tight budget, desktop is the way to go.
  6. w00tyou

    w00tyou Member

  7. havocblitz

    havocblitz Member

    Buy alienware M15 its good for legions. :D
    i gonna buy it soon :D
  8. DeadGuy

    DeadGuy Legions Developer

    I too, would recommend getting a desktop unless you absolutely need a portable device.
  9. I recently bought a $1000 desktop and a cheap $400 laptop for school. Works out well.
  10. LindN

    LindN Member

    alienware is at the best a huge waste of cash.

    take for example:

    and compare it to say, this:

    you get:
    the same processor
    the same amount of RAM
    the same harddrive
    nvidia graphics card that performs equal to 5850 (plus never having to use ati drivers again <3 )

    that for 320$ less than the alienware computer.

    but if you want even better graphics, take this one:

    same *chocolate cookies* you get as stated above but with a 5870, which of course is better than a 5850.

    for 70$ less.
  11. stefygraff

    stefygraff Private Tester

    Laptops don't occupy that much space and are more economical. But when it comes to games, Laptops lose in the favor of PC's.
    ACER Aspire 5735Z is what i have and it work's, not brilliant but it work's...
  12. Daphinicus

    Daphinicus Private Tester

    I used to own an Alienware laptop. I will never, EVER own an Alienware product ever again. I was appalled by their service (but then, it's Dell, so what was I thinking?), burnt by their prices, singed by their overheating components, and disgusted that I couldn't play anything without the whole system shutting down from overheating. I'm sure they've gotten a lot better by now as far as components go, but when it comes to service, Dell is not to be trusted.

    I have, on the other hand, found TREMENDOUS success with ASUS's line of gaming laptops. I build my systems, but my sister's gotten an ASUS gaming laptop twice now, and we've been phenomenally pleased. Hitting the sub-$1K price point and still getting an exceedingly entertaining, top-quality system was a simple affair.
  13. A2

    A2 Member

    Those who are going for an alienware...your screwed.
    I'm trying to get hold of an Origin lappy soon.
  14. Buhlitz

    Buhlitz Member

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  16. Buhlitz

    Buhlitz Member

    Asus U52F-BBL9

    Just google it, or go to
  17. havocblitz

    havocblitz Member

    i thought alienware is the best gaming laptop ever.
    i gonna buy a new laptop soon so can someone tell me about any good gaming laptop?
  18. SeymourGore

    SeymourGore Flatulent Cherub

    That's a decent processor for that price. My biggest concern with it would be the lack of a dedicated GPU.

    Ahoy hoy, y'should list what kind of budget you can afford.
  19. Daphinicus

    Daphinicus Private Tester

    /me points to the posts above about ASUS systems.

    /me revels in the use of /me in a non-IRC setting.

    /me bobs his eyebrows semi-maniacally.
  20. havocblitz

    havocblitz Member

    Worst graphic card.