by Timothy Jo on 2015-06-06
If u r planing on buying get from eHardwareStation coz i got from him good package well done little late on delivery but when buying a product like this its ok to wait a bit longer
Now about laptop
honestly am verymuch impresed by the looks and feel and its soooooo light
if u want a beast in compact design with the best display ever go for it u will never regret it
am not very good in giving pros and cons so i will just highlight its features u can never fine a laptop better than this
1.very light lesser than 2Kg
2.stylish design gaming logo that glows :)
4.worlds 2nd best laptop graphics card(its important to know this because fitting a graphics card like this with such lght weight is a very big challenge)
if size and weight doesnt matter then u have a varity of laptop to chose from (alienware, asus ROG)
but if u need a thin compact light weight 4K!!!! laptop then this is ur best choice
by Gaurav Sharma on 2015-06-06
Purchased this laptop first thing after I sold my Kidney at the black market.
Must for Hardcore Gamers.
Desktop Class Performance
by Sam J on 2015-02-17
One of the Performer Series Laptop, GS60 2QE could be said to have set a benchmark for desktop class gaming. It is lightweight, ultra-slim so its much mobile than other hefty gaming laptops. Its a gaming ultrabook if you 'd thought of having one after using those mammoth gaming machines. Much of this laptop is same like its predecessor the GS60 2PE and some of the issues like heating up are resolved, though a bit of system noise exists. People looking for laptop must be clearly for its high specs and especially the GPU, so I won't talk about its other specs. We know that Notebook GPUs don't match up to Desktop GPUs, and each GPU equals to the power of its desktop's predecessor GPU of older generations if you compare. Plus Notebook GPUs become obsolete in an year or two to match upcoming demands. We cannot do anything about that but expect our mobile GPUs to become much powerful with lesser energy consumption. But GTX 970M is something new and very different GPU, and outperforms the Desktop GTX 660Ti, GTX 880M, matches the GTX 760Ti and its performance is just lesser than the R9 280X. And unlike the GTX 870M its based on Maxwell Architecture which is the reason for its high performance. So it is a much advanced Desktop Replacement Notebook.
So talking about the Gaming Counterpoint, it does very well for demanding games like Far Cry 4, COD: Advanced Warfare, The Evil Within, Watch Dogs on ultra settings 1080p. If you play games on 4K, the frame rate could fall below 15fps on ultrahigh settings. And for games with reality scale graphics like GTA V(much awaited), you could play it with Medium settings on 1080p, and 4K on low settings.
Hefty price though but that comes with such a good package so there are much more reasons to go for it!
by Alexeis Rico on 2015-12-02
I have a custom built desktop gaming pc for 1.2 lakh, yet this laptop is a "toddler" to my PC.
This advantage of having a gaming laptop is the ease of transferring from one place to another. The idea of playing video games on-the-go is a fatal error.
Triple A (AAA) games on max settings - including the max resolution - will suck up the laptop battery in a jiffy by the time the fan & the processor engage.
Technically, this is a portable desktop gaming pc.
I still, however appreciate the technology, and I will recommend it for frequent travelers who game.
BTW: my specs;
Cooler-> Corsair Hydro series h100i
PSU-> Corsair TX750
Case-> Circle CC 830
GPU-> Nvidia GTX 970 4GB ( MSI 100 million edition)
Processor-> 4th Gen Ci7 4790K (Devil's Canyon)
Mobo: Asus Z97-A SLI ready (5 way optimisation)
I love it! ;)
by Snigdhodyuti Chatterjee on 2015-07-14
3gb gtx 970...15'4k....guys alienware 17r2 is cheaper than this having same config..................................................................................................................................................................
by Sachin Morabada on 2015-02-18
Laptop is awesome but it is too over price out side dealer you get it for 158500 net will freebies & accessorize......
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