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Thin Gaming Laptops
Thin Gaming Laptops
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As near as I can tell:
MSI Ghost Pro is the good high cost option (1TB hard drive and 128 GB SSD, 16 GB of Ram, GTX 870M Graphics card, 2880x1620 screen resolution)
Lenovo is the cost effeicent option (1TB hard drive, 8 GB SSD, 8 BD of Ram, GTX 860M Graphics card, 1920x1080 screen resolution)
Razer is the Trap option (No high capacity hard drive, 128/256/512 GB SSD, 8 GB Ram, GTX 870M graphics card, 3200x1800 screen resolution).
Aorus x3 is a second Trap option (No high Capacity hard drive, 128/256/512 SD SDD, GTX 870M graphics card, 2560x1440 screen resolution)
Heck, the MSI Ghost Pro even has a larger screen and more USB 3.0 ports than the Razor. The Screen Resolutions are so high the difference is probably unnoticeable.
However, some of the Lenovo Reviews mention wifi problems, which is worrying.
Additional note, the product page for the duplicate MSI Ghost Pro listing ( XOTIC PC) has a customize page which offers a lot of customization options.
My vote goes to MSI Ghost Pro, because 'upgrading' to a computer with less hard drive space (Razer/Aorus) than my currently laptop (HP laptop I got ~4 years ago) would be a bad joke, and the Lenovo's Tiny SSD is unlikely to be useful for me.
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