How to Buy the Best Gaming Laptop for Around $1,000 How do you define what makes for a “real” gaming laptop? We don’t consider any laptop a true gaming machine unless it comes with a dedicated graphics chip (aka, a “GPU”), as opposed to the integrated graphics built into the PC’s main processor. For us—and for sellers of laptops—that’s the bright line that divides a gamer from a pretender. Still, depending on the kind of games you play and how fussy you are, sometimes a laptop doesn’t have to pretend. On some level, almost any recent notebook PC can work as a gaming laptop. Current laptops using Intel’s 8th or 9th Generation (“Kaby Lake” or “Coffee Lake”) Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, or AMD’s less commonly seen A10 or A12 chips, can play basic game titles passably if you roll back the screen-resolution and graphical-detail settings far enough. These chips have modest graphics acceleration built in, and that’s all you need for casual or Web-based games. Plants vs. Zombies, here you come. The Best Budget Gaming Laptop Deals This Week* Lenovo Legion Y540 Intel Core i7-9750H 15.6-Inch Laptop With GTX 1650 — $849 (List Price $1,099; Save $250) Dell… Read full this story
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