Razer Blade 18 Gaming

Gaming laptop makers have changed with the times as they embed powerful specs in sleek laptops, which are the key equipment of gaming buffs.

As technology advances, laptop specifications also undergo a sea change. More so, this happens in the case of laptops bought with the primary purpose of gaming.

We have come far from the early huge desktop options for gaming which were huge in size mainly due to their large chassis. Manufacturers have now changed with the times as they embed powerful specs in sleek laptops, which are the key equipment of gaming buffs.

As gaming buffs move around quite a bit, these laptops need to be sleeker and thinner. Moreover, they need screens that refresh at an astonishing pace.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15

When we think about figuring out the best laptop for gaming purposes which can also be a great leveller in other day-to-day activities, the Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 seems to be a clear winner.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15’s unique selling proposition is its ability to run the most powerful games available.  

The Zephyrus G15 is a tad over four pounds and hence the lightest 15-inch laptop to sway to your needs of portability.

It is also powered by the top chips on offer and also has a 165Hz QHD display. That makes it a tough competitor to beat in this segment. And its superb colour display means you are assured of an exceptional gaming experience.

The blast from its six-speaker paraphernalia with firm percussion and bass would mean you can expect gaming at the next level. And imagine the battery firmly in control even in such a pumped-up scenario? Rest assured it will last eight and a half hours even in such testing conditions. Even gamers who look for an element of flamboyance and next-level aesthetics would find it difficult to ignore this rich combo offered by the Zephyrus G15.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G14

And if you still insist on a much sleeker version which will weigh a bit less, then you again stumble upon another Zephyrus – Asus ROG Zephyrus G14.

G14 is a smaller version but ensure you grab the $1,649.99 SKU with 6700S Graphics Processing Unit so that you can play around with the best laptop in the 14-inch category. So if you travel a lot and do gaming, the G 14, which weighs just 3.8 pounds is the best bet – a brilliant keyboard, superb touchpad, choice of ports and efficient screen means you can’t ask for more. And trust us you can hardly differentiate between 6700S and 6800S. The battery life is all yours for the entire day.

The Zephyrus G14’s AMD Ryzen 9 processor and GeForce RTX 3060 along with its QHD display means you are in for a powerful tryst with gaming and graphics.

Razer Blade 16

Now, do you think you want to switch over between native UDH Plus /120Hz and FHD Plus/240Hz modes? And at the same time you want to keep gaming at a sublime level. Probably you should bet on the Razer Blade 16, which is embedded with chips from Intel as well as Nvidia. These chips mean you are at ease running the most powerful games with high-profile effects.

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro

This is Lenovo’s best-ever gaming laptop – so far. And the price to performance review is exceptional – it wouldn’t cost you more than $2,000, or perhaps much less, with the added attraction of AMD Ryzen 5000, which facilitates high-end gaming-related processing. You can also exploit Legion 5 Pro’s computational power with the 165Hz display.

And nowhere would you land a 16:10 screen for gaming. This also comes in handy for multi-tasking, but battery life may not be above par, especially when you are keeping a tab on the likes of G15. But to probably overcome that lag, you have a fast charger.

The RTX 3070 graphics chip, AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800H along with the supporting architecture that backs expandable storage and RAM mean Legion 5 Pro is no pushover by any standards.

MSI GE76 Raider

The GE76 Raider is an expensive proposition but it is backed by some solid power. Though it now runs on 11-Generation Intel core processors, the 12th Gen is knocking on our doors. Make no mistake Raider is a gaming laptop.  

Go for the Quad HD (QHD) screen to make the most of the Raider. Again, remember the battery life may not rise to your expectations. A heavy chassis means the raider can’t multi-task as a portable work option. But then vis-a-vis gaming specifics, it is top-notch.

ROG Strix G15

The Advantage Edition of ROG Strix G15 means you have the best of the best – an AMD processor and an AMD Graphics Processing Unit ((GPU). Nvidia’s top GPUs mean gaming is power-packed on ROG Strix G15. But that does not weigh on your battery – Even with no charger in tow, the ROG Strix G15 maintains playable frame rates or, in other words, the minimum number of frames per second needed for a seamless gaming experience.

That is all the more laudable considering its heavyweight LEDs. With its sharp features, the Strix G15 Advantage edition does a commendable job.

Razer Blade 18

At $3800, the Razer Blade 18 is an excellent gaming laptop option that comes with an attractive and compact design. Even with 14 inches, it can match the 15-inch options that we have bundled for you.

Nvidia’s RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 Graphics cards and top graphics processing units are major attractions. It also flaunts an HDMI 2.1, as well as twin USB-C ports. The Razer Blade 18, has a portable, lightweight chassis but its screen, at 18-inches, is enormous.

This model also has a QHD Plus 240Hz display. It ain’t a cheap option, but then big-ticket gaming can be a bit expensive.

Gaming on

These are a variety of options as far as gaming is concerned. While some may offer you the added attraction of doubling up for your other needs, many are exclusively for gaming. The choice is for you to make.

By Ram

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