Well.. My old Dell Laptop wont be able to run D3 so i have to get a new one...
Which of these would be the best? I think the Medion might look like the best with the SSD and the i7. The question is if i need the i7 at all? Would the Asus be better with the GTX560M? The HP is the cheapest one. But it has the strongest processer and the Radeon HD 6770M doesnt look too bad either? What you guys think?
As far as i can tell the AMD Radeon HD 6770M has much lower specs than the GTX460 and the GTX 560. The last 2 are rather similar from what i can tell... Thats why i thought that the Medion with i7 GTX 460 and SSD 80 GB would be the best...
I wont be able to up the AMD Radeon HD 6770M to 6850....
Im only gonna use this for surfing on the internet and playing D3...
Heard that 4 cores might be overkill for D3?
If you won't be taking it everywhere with you i would personally look for PC. Nowadays people tend to buy laptops and just use them like PC's. They are paying **** loads for mobility that they never need.
I also thought about that... I cant really decide... I have a trip of 45 min in train each way going to work and thought about spending them on D3. But that would also require mobile broadband...... Plus its gonna be in our living room. I think the mrs. prefers a small laptop instead og a PC...
But maybe your mistress would prefer you spend less money on more powerfull PC then more money on less powerfull laptop.
I don't think 45mins in train with Diablo 3 would be worth all those money.
Anyway, If you really want laptop then I would personaly go with Asus option. There is currenly no game that uses more then 3 cores (and I doubt Diablo 3 will change it), and graphic card always gives more fps then cpu (unless you have very old cpu and newest graphic card, then your cpu will block your gpu), and 560m >>>> 6770m. Which is a fact, and not AMD vs nVidia fanboi fight.
the only way you would see a difference between an i5 and and i7 on a laptop is if you were runnnig D3, playing an audio dvd and live streaming your game while also recording your game and music
I prefer 17 inches to 15.6, but I don't carry my laptop around much
I'd rather have 17 inches and a the slightly lower resolution than 15.6 and the higher resolution
a lower end card will play better on a lower end resolution
so I'm liking the last one based solely on screen size and graphics card
but I HATE buying laptops online
you never know how the keyboard feels or the mouse responds or the how the screen looks (glare, crispness)
I've seen high resolution screens that look awful