Asus G750JX 17.3" i7 Gaming laptop £1049.97 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Asus G750JX 17.3" i7 Gaming laptop £1,049.97 @ Amazon

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Asus G750JX-T4246H 17.3-inch Gaming Laptop (Intel Core i7-4700HQ 2.4GHz Processor, 8GB DDR3, 1.5TB HDD, Blu-Ray, NVIDIA Geforce GTX770M, Windows 8)

Seems a good price with the 1.5TB drive and Blu-Ray.....also randomly mine came with Assasins Creed 4 black flag :D totally unadvertised (unless I missed that, been a long week)

Reviews are all good, asides the fact they could use the thing as a replacement for the Atlas stones on strong's a unit!
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Graphics aren't as good. GTX 770M will still out-perform the GTX 860M by a fair bit. Just becuase its the next series doesn't mean its better.

Edited By: CalumH93 on Jun 29, 2014 21:48
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Ahhh, but do you get a free game though...? It's like getting a toy from a cereal packet
Really torn between keeping this or going for i5 surface pro 3? Don't overly need a portable system, but seems kinda handy n the spec looks legit
860M = better power consumtpion, 75W vs 45W, similar gaming performance

Edited By: pablomalin on Jun 29, 2014 22:19

860M performance level of 770m and a marked TDP of 45W, 30W less than the GTX 770M (more or less).

Asus Gaming G750JM is better IMHO.

Edited By: madnug on Jun 29, 2014 22:23
It's all about the JZ dawg
I'd rather have a desktop fot gaming

Trouble is that it is better. Better TDP and performance is pretty much the same, depending on which thing you pick to benchmark it. All the reviews I've seen seem to point to the fact that there is in most cases a couple of frames difference between the 2 even at highest settings. I'd certainly pick the newer series for at least the following reasons

- Longer support for drivers etc
- better battery life when you do need to go off the mains.
- Cheaper
- More RAM
- The hard disk is a non issue as they have dual bays to add that all important SSD.

That said, I'd rather have a desktop as until gaming laptops innovate for making upgrading possible it's more cost for less performance. Having a 2 machine set up now I've got a laptop for portability when I just want web access/video player/lighter entertainment on the go and my other machine for rocking the socks off my gaming world when I'm at home.

Edited By: Astec123 on Jun 30, 2014 06:55
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1k laptops without a £50 ssd ....

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