You don't want to build a computer. No matter how much better the value is, the sheer amount of time spent on perfecting a build takes away from perfectly sound game time.
Instead, you want to skip to the fun part: actually playing games. Mind you, there are more than enough gaming laptops on the market to choose from. However, the convenience of taking your rig on the go, complete with a built-in monitor and keyboard isn't cheap.
On the low end, a decent notebook will set you back around $1,400 (about 900). For the best PC games at a 4K resolution and consistent frame rates, you can expect to shell out more than double that for sufficient hardware.
Thats assuming, though, that the games themselves are optimized enough to run properly. Fortunately, if youre in the market for VR, lower system requirements equate to a greater swath of gaming laptops you can choose from.
Here you'll find the gaming laptop that's best for you, from the ever-evolving Asus ROG Strix GL502 to the ostensibly immortal Alienware 17.
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