8:11 PM | Author: Abhishek Barthwal

Editors' Rating
Editors' Take
Asus Republic of Gamers G73Jh
asus rog g73jh 

1.6GHz Intel Core i7-720QM; 8GB RAM; 1TB hard drive; DVD±RW drive; 17.3-inch display (1,920x1,080 native resolution); ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 graphics (1GB); 7.4 pounds; 2.2x16.3x12.6 inches (HWD); Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)Gamers, take heed: In this model, Asus delivers one of the top-powered, top-value notebooks in its price range.from $1,549.99
Alienware M17x
Alienware M17x 

2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme Quad QX9300; 8GB RAM; two 500GB drives; 17-inch display (1,920x1,200); dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 280M (2GB); 12.7 pounds; Windows Vista Home Premium (64-bit)The fastest gaming laptop we've ever tested, Alienware’s M17x packs top-shelf components in its 17-inch frame. But dedicated gamers will have to dig very deep to afford this field-dominating PC.$4,849 (direct, as tested)
Alienware M15x
Alienware M15x 

2GHz Intel Core i7-920XM; 4GB RAM; DVD±RW/BD-ROM combo; 15.6-inch display (1,920x1,080 native resolution); Nvidia GeForce GTX 260M (1GB); 9 pounds; 1.9x14.9x12.2 inches (HWD); Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit)The M15x, one of the best-performing 15-inch gaming notebooks around, is loaded with cool features and top-shelf components. It’s also quite expensive and heavier than most notebooks in this class.$3,274 (direct, as tested)
AVADirect Clevo M980NU
AVA Direct Clevo M980NU 
2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9300; 4GB RAM; 500GB hard drive; dual 128GB solid-state drives; DVD±RW; 18.4-inch display (1,920x1,080); Dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 280M cards (2GB); 13.3 pounds; 1.7x17.3x11.8 inches (HWD); Windows Vista Ultimate (64-bit)A gaming rig fueled by a quad-core CPU and powerful SLI graphics, the Clevo M980NU outpaced the field-leading Alienware M17x on most of our benchmark tests, but it came up short in terms of DirectX 10 performance.$4,468 (direct, as tested)
iBuypower Battalion Touch CZ-10
iBuyPower Battalion Touch CZ-10 
2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P8700; 4GB RAM; 320GB hard drive; DVD±RW; 15.6-inch display (1,366x768 native resolution); ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 graphics (512MB); 6.1 pounds; 1.5x14.7x9.7 inches (HWD); Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)This winner of a gaming notebook features a multi-touch screen, surprisingly low pricing, and a truly portable design.$1,259 (direct, as tested) 
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