Gaming laptops - Gigabyte P34G any good?

ShaunIOW

Active Member
I'm after a gaming laptop, but want something small and light rather than a 17.3 desktop replacement, so have been looking at the Gigabyte P34G, but not many places seem to be stocking it, nor have the specs I want - I'd like the 16Gb one with 512Gb SSD and larger battery rather than the one Amazon, Scan etc seem to only stock which has a 1Tb H/D + option of an added SSD but has the smaller battery. I'm also concerned about the battery being built in as there's no way (I know of) to disconnect it when using on the mains to preserve its life.

Are there any alternatives with 13.3" to 14" screens? and removable battery?
 

ShaunIOW

Active Member
Just saw te sticky thread:

What is your budget?

£1,100

What size laptop do you want?

13.3" to 14"

Do you have resolution requirements?

1080

Do you prefer a matte or glossy (reflective) screen?


matte


What will you be using the laptop for?


Some gaming, browsing, office stuff, photo editing, streaming to TV


If you will be gaming, what games do you need to play?


Borderlands 2, Payday 2, Age of Wonders III, Civilization (latest), FM


How long does the battery need to last?


Longer the better, min 5 hours


Does it need to be portable?


Yes, thin and light


Do you require Blu-Ray?


No, nor other optical drive


Do you require HDMI output?


Yes


Do you have a preferred brand?


Not really


Are there brands you would prefer to avoid?


Apple

Would you be happy with a refurbished laptop?


Yes

Any other details you feel necessary... Colour; Webcam; Good quality speakers; general spec: CPU, RAM, HDD space, SSD; Operating System or anything else you can think of.


i5 or i7 cpu, 16Gb RAM, 256Gb SSD + 1Tb drive, or 500Gb SSD only, good speakers, decent graphics
 

razy60

Well-known Member
Something like Dell Xps or Alienware then you could try Dinopc or pcspecialist all have your requirements.
 

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