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The world of gaming seems to be getting more and more mobile every day. Sony released its next foray in to the handheld gaming market, the PlayStation Vita, in Japan in December. Nintendo is fixing to
release its Wii U handheld in the
first half of 2012. These are all
interesting devices, which are certainly worthy of their own
appraisals, but the fact is, it’s hard to pack the full gaming
experience into a device as small as the Vita or U. The smaller your device gets, the
more you end up sacrificing sound or graphics quality. If
you want your games to come with you wherever you go,
your best bet is to go with a gaming laptop.
Gaming laptop computers don’t
come cheap but here are three
of the best you can get under
$1,000 ONLY!

The Alienware M11x is a steal
at $899. The M11x features a
2nd generation Intel Core I processor, 16 GB DDR3 performance memory and can
hold a charge for 7 hours and 45 minutes, so even on the longest flights or road trips you won’t need a power outlet. The
M11x starts at 4.5 lbs and
measures about 11.2” x 9.2” x
1.3” meaning that it is easy to
pack up in your backpack or
messenger bag. Those who consider graphics a deal-breaker might be interested in the
available upgrades (which will drive the price over $1000). The
standard M11x will probably
surprise most gamers.

is less
of a gaming laptop than a fully
loaded entertainment center.
SonicMaster speakers mean that
whether you’re listening to
music, watching movies or
playing games, your ears will be
ringing. It uses an i7 Intel chip,
which is one of the highest end
processors available. The
drawback to the ASUS N53SV-
EH72 is that the basic $949
version comes standard with
only 6GB of memory. It is
upgradable to 16GB but if
you’re looking to keep it under
$1000, you’ll have to stick with
the standard.

Lenovo G770 10372KU
probably has the best price-performance ratio. It clocks in
at around $700 and features 6GB DDR3 memory (again, not
quite as good as the M11x’s 16GB), and 750 GB HDD storage.
The Lenovo also feature a Blu-Ray Combo drive meaning that you can watch high quality Blu-Ray movies on this laptop. The i5 Intel processor is inferior to the ASUS’ i7 but at that price
point, you’re still getting a steal.

Follow @JalingoHQ on twitter.
Wat! the best for $1,000(N160,000) only.., I will try get it. 

   Wait a minute, where are these laptops sold here in Nigeria?

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