Gaming Laptops PLAY HARD

Alienware is upgrading its winning formula for gaming laptops, bringing Intel's new 6th-gen Core i7 CPU and Nvidia 980M graphics to its leading 17-inch gaming laptop. You still get Alienware's signature spaceship-inspired case, tons of customizable lights and a comfy keyboard. Toss in a 17.3-inch screen that sets a new bar for gaming machines, and you've got a pretty potent package for $2,750. Other notebooks have more powerful desktop-level GPUs built in, but when you connect the Alienware 17 to the optional graphics amp.Its gaming performance goes to a whole other level while future-and proofing your purchase with Gorgeous 4K display

This is the Asus ROG Strix GL502, strikes the perfect balance between portability and power. In its 1.2-inch frame, this 15.6-inch laptop comes loaded with a Nvidia GTX 1070 with 8GB of video memory, a card we're used to seeing in 17-inch monster machine

The EON15-X gaming laptop was designed from the ground up for the mobile power user. The chassis combines the slick design of a sports car with the sturdy construction of an SUV to handle the rigors of your daily tasks.With built-in features including Sound Blaster X-Fi MB5, Bluetooth connectivity, and a 6-in-1 media card reader, the EON15-X is outfitted for today’s PC road warriors.ORIGIN PC's EON15-X is capable of conquering the 4K future to play your favorite games, with best graphics

Now, the Razer Blade Pro is out to prove that desktop-like power in a thin and light package is possible. The laptop comes with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics, a 17-inch 4K display and 32 GB of RAM standard – all while measuring only 0.88-inches thick.

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