Best Laptop Brand and Specifications

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Hello Everyone,

I am planning to buy a new laptop and I need an information of what laptop brand has the best specifications.

My old laptop is slow and have a very low memory.

I would like something that is fast, has a large memory and reliable.

Can you please suggest a laptop brand with the latest processor and latest video card for gaming?

I will use the laptop for games and software downloads/uploads. My budget is more or less US$800.

Thank you very much. 



Best Answer by alister_smith
Answered By 75 points N/A #93916

Best Laptop Brand and Specifications


Hi Laura,

Though different people have different tastes when it comes to laptop brands, I will suggest to you what I think is the best brand in my view. Personally I find HP to be the best laptop brand.

Since you intend to use it for gaming, ensure you get one that has memory of not less than 3 GB, Hard Disk Space of not less than 320 GB and processor speed of not less 3 GHZ.

The sellers of the computers know these things and it is up to you to make sure that they confirm to you the specifications lest they sell you a laptop that will end being slow.

Hope this helps.


Lee Hung.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #93917

Best Laptop Brand and Specifications


Hello Laura,

Let me tell you there are many brands like Dell, HP, Toshiba, Samsung, acer, asus which can provide you the best specifications of the laptop.

But depending upon the performance and service Dell and HP laptops are leading the market.

Also your budget will be the important factor in determining nature of laptop i.e. high memory and video card.

Considering that you want to use laptop for gaming and software purpose Alienware proves to be the strongest among all the other brands.

If you can re-adjust your budget you can have these monster machines pawning other brands anytime:

Alienware M11X: ($899) :

  • Intel® Core™ i3 2357M (1.3GHz, 3MB Cache
  • 11.6’ high def display
  • 4GB DDR3 RAM
  • 320 GB SATA HD
  • Nvidea Ge force GT 540M 1GB graphics card

Alienware M14X: ($1199):-

  • Intel® Core™ i5 2430M 2.4GHz
  • 14” high def display
  • 500 GB SATA HD
  • Nvidea Ge force GT555M 1.5GB video card

This killers pawn any machine in terms of performance you expect, so as far the gaming laptops are considered this two are best within you budgets .

But still if you want to look for options below 800$ check out the site

Answered By 590495 points N/A #93918

Best Laptop Brand and Specifications


With your present budget of around $800 more or less the closest I get that is best for gaming would be Dell Alienware M14x which is priced at around $999.

Here are some of its specifications and features:

  • Runs on third generation Intel® Core™ i7 processors
  • Comes pre-installed with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
  • Installed RAM can be upgraded up to 6 GB
  • A Slot-Loading Dual Layer Blu-ray Reader can be optionally added
  • Runs on NVIDIA GT 650M GPU with up to 2 GB RAM
  • Measures 13.27 inches wide, 10.17 inches in diameter, and 1.49 inches in height

Dell Alienware M14x

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The unit comes with AMD Radeon HD 7670M video card with switching technology, 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM, and 750 GB 5400rpm hard drive.

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