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    Default Need Help. Best build quality Gaming laptop.

    Which one is better when it comes to build quality?

    1. Alienware 15.
    2. Asus RoG.

    It seems like both costs around 1800 USD with:

    4th gen i7 + 16GB ram + GTX 970M. (asus pulls ahead with 512 SSD and Ram expandability, and screen size).

    I cant buy this sheat every 2 years. I only play MOBAs and MMOs, so i dont need huge horse power either. I just want this machine to last long. I get 2-3 years accidental damage warranty from both within this price range. I want to buy the one that offers better build quality.

    i cant go beyond 1850 USD. i dont mind the weight, actually i enjoy it. plan to game long hours during weekends.

    open to suggestions. please share your thoughts. who makes it better? who has better components and better after sell services?

    thanks in advance.

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    bump ;(
    Last edited by kabir_sharif2000; January 16th, 2015 at 14:54.

    Its just [EB]. Not Elite B[a]stard or anything like that.

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    Even though i have no hand on experience on any of this lappy.
    But i think u should take Asus one because it is cheap and also have SSD.

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    Not much into gaming laptops but I think Asus is getting better and Alienware is getting worse in this gaming laptop stuffs. So, I would have taken the Asus.

    anyway you can check out MSI too.

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    not much of an expert on laptops but I second what Redwan bhai said.

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    Anyone has any experience with the new egg after sell services?

    Its just [EB]. Not Elite B[a]stard or anything like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kabir_sharif2000 View Post
    Which one is better when it comes to build quality?

    1. Alienware 15.
    2. Asus RoG.

    It seems like both costs around 1800 USD with:

    4th gen i7 + 16GB ram + GTX 970M. (asus pulls ahead with 512 SSD and Ram expandability, and screen size).

    I cant buy this sheat every 2 years. I only play MOBAs and MMOs, so i dont need huge horse power either. I just want this machine to last long. I get 2-3 years accidental damage warranty from both within this price range. I want to buy the one that offers better build quality.

    i cant go beyond 1850 USD. i dont mind the weight, actually i enjoy it. plan to game long hours during weekends.

    open to suggestions. please share your thoughts. who makes it better? who has better components and better after sell services?

    thanks in advance.

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    bump ;(
    Why buying 4th gen now when Broadwell (5th Gen) has already been released?

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    Get the 5th gen.. for desktops 4th is fine but since u r buying a laptop u should get the 5th gen bcz of better cooling n power consumption

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    http://m.ncix.com/categories/product...tebooks-Gaming

    Take a look. I ve used the msi stealth pro with 870m. N can assure it was the best gaming laptop i ve seen or used. Very slim. Light weight. Very good build quality. And the back design is awesome. I was more than satisfied. Even the box is impressive. Will suggest the stealth or ghost anyday.
    Last edited by Raihan081; January 18th, 2015 at 08:52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Why buying 4th gen now when Broadwell (5th Gen) has already been released?
    but they arent offering it yet though -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raihan081 View Post
    http://m.ncix.com/categories/product...tebooks-Gaming

    Take a look. I ve used the msi stealth pro with 870m. N can assure it was the best gaming laptop i ve seen or used. Very slim. Light weight. Very good build quality. And the back design is awesome. I was more than satisfied. Even the box is impressive. Will suggest the stealth or ghost anyday.
    idk how to feel about MSI, i really appreciate the way they are going. the new Dominator they showed at CES 2015 with that full mechanical keyboard build in .. i was just blown away. its just, i dont appreciate the art and style, and throwing everything at something slim and stuff..

    what i liked about Asus RoG G751 is that it looks durable and reliable. The cooling on that thing seems to be the best one among all the solutions i have seen. I know its a dumb thing to say, but i will only play MOBAs and MMOs anyway.. so i would rather go with something that blends well with me.

    Its just [EB]. Not Elite B[a]stard or anything like that.

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