Originally Posted by JayKay335i
Originally Posted by NYCGP
I am a big proponent of the desktop experience... but this is entirely untrue. I competed in Cal on counterstrike while using a Laptop. Obviously I used a separate mouse and not a touch pad, but the point is the computer held up very well. This was a decade ago. Now the gap in performance is much smaller.
there is still a huge gap between a top of the line gaming machine and a top of the line laptop for gaming.
you can play on it ofc..
I don't know.. the experience isn't as pleasant
I bought an Alienware laptop, and it was awesome and handled the games very well.. a quick upgrade to my Desktop though and I outperformed the laptop
6months down the line, that laptop couldn't handle new games at max graphics... can't upgrade it.. had to replace it :/