Top 5 Gaming Laptop

1. MSI GS65 Stealth Thin

Great overall and graphics performance; Barely there bezels; Excellent audio quality; Slim, beautiful design; Impressive battery life.Gets hot while gaming. The MSI GS65 Stealth delivers great graphics and overall performance in a svelte, sophisticated chassis. At a mere 4.1 pounds and 0.7 inches thick , MSI's GS65 Stealth Thin is one of the company's slimmest gaming laptops to date. It's also one of the first gaming systems to feature Intel's new 8th gen, six-core Coffee Lake processor, which promises 20 percent more performance than its predecessor, making this model a good system for productivity.




2. Dell G5 15 Gaming

Solid keyboard; Great battery life,Chunky design; Dim display; Poor speakers; Middling performance and graphics, The Dell G5 15 Gaming has one too many flaws, including middling performance, a dull display and bad speakers -- all packed into a thick body. Despite having really good battery life and a thoroughly comfortable keyboard, the Dell G5 15 Gaming doesn't have a lot going for it. It's bigger and heavier than laptops with stronger GPUs, and its Core i7 processor and GTX 1050 Ti GPU don't perform as well as other mainstream gaming laptops. Combine that with its dull 15.6-inch display, distorted speakers and lack of gaming utilities, and it simply isn't worth $1,049, especially with better gaming laptops out there for a similar or cheaper price.


3. ASUS ROG Strix SCAR Edition

ROG Strix SCAR Edition is built exclusively for the sharpest shooters in the meanest gunfights. This gaming laptop is designed to give you a competitive edge in FPS esports titles like Counter-StrikeOver-watch, and Team Fortress 2. Feel the power of Windows 10 Pro, the latest 8th Generation Intel Corei7 processors, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-Series graphics; and enjoy the smoothest and most accurate visuals ever on an IPS-level display with a 144Hz refresh rate, 3ms response time, and NVIDIA G-SYNC technology. With a desktop-style Aura Sync-enabled keyboard, N-key rollover, and fast-actuating keys, Strix SCAR Edition keeps you centered on the maps, 


  • All the gaming firepower you’ll ever need, lots of game-centric customization, impressive 3D sound stage. The footsteps of the Asus ROG Strix GL502, which received our high praises for combining portability with power, the Asus ROG Strix Scar Edition has all the makings of a solid gaming machine. And, we mean that both literally, with its hefty built, and figuratively, with its gaming performance.






4. Acer Predator Helios 300 (Editor's Pick)

Acer offers the Predator Helios 300 in several configurations spanning both 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch display sizes. We’re reviewing the entry-level 15-inch version, Great price for a GTX 1060 GPU; Strong performance; Relatively long battery life; two-year warranty; Easy to upgrade, Acer offers the Predator Helios 300 in several configurations spanning both 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch display sizes. We’re reviewing the entry-level 15-inch version, The Predator's aluminum-and-plastic design doesn't stray far from the look of Acer's other budget gaming notebooks; its black, metal lid has two red stripes flanking the Predator logo. There's a small plastic bumper on the top of the lid that feels far cheaper than the aluminum that surrounds it.




5. Razer Blade 15

The 2018 Razer Blade is an incredibly slick and good-feeling laptop, but it’s held back by some flaws that are tough to ignore. Razer is clearly at the top of its game with the latest Blade, but the rest of the gaming laptop world is clearly catching up. Booting up I go through the customary Windows 10 setup (with the slight novelty of setting up my Windows Hello mugshots which I’ve never done before). As soon as I’m up and running, the first order of the day is to upgrade toWindows 10 Pro, then the usual immediate installations of Chrome, Microsoft Office, Skype (, Steam, Origin, Uplay, GOG Galaxy, GPU-Z and VLC along with a few other pieces start. General usage comes across excellently. I’m migrating from a Microsoft Surface Pro 2 which has been a solid companion for day to day use but obviously struggled with any kind of gaming. With the Razer Blade 2018, Razer has managed to shove a 15.6-inch display into a 14-inch chassis, similar to the the best Ultrabooks – not to mention the Razer Blade Stealth. This results in the smallest 15-inch gaming laptop to date, at least until the Razer Blade 2019 hit the streets. The Razer Blade 2018 was redesigned from the ground up, and honestly, we’re impressed. 

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