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Gaming: Laptop or Desktop

Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by tpicks, Jan 16, 2017.

  1. tpicks Active Member

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    Have you experienced gaming on laptop and desktop? If yes, do you think playing games on the desktop and laptop give same experience. I certainly don't think so, it appears gaming on the desktop shows a better performance on the games compared to use of laptops.
    What's your thought.
     
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    I agree that it's way better to play on a desktop than on a laptop. There would still be little issues even if you have a high end gaming laptop. I do not exactly know what makes the desktop much better but I personally prefer playing on a desktop. I have tried a high end gaming Laptop and my PC which my cousin built and I can say there is nothing better than a desktop in my opinion.
     
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    I agree. Laptops are good if you move a lot while playing, like me, there are times that I want to work on a table which I call my work station but later on I would want to work somewhere in the kitchen. A laptop is best for these problems, but in terms of performance I would say that a desktop is way better. The parts are heavy duty, and by that I mean they would last longer than laptops.
     
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    Yup, I agree, same reason why I wanted a desktop than a laptop. And a higher specs laptop costs a lot more, I can build one with the same specs with I think half the price of a laptop.
     
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    For the best experience, desktop. You can upgrade the screen and controllers much more easily, while laptop hardware can date really fast. It doesn't mean I won't play games on a laptop when I am on the move or communting, but I definitely think desktops give a better experience.
     
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    I've played on both laptops and desktops. The desktops were at the library internet computers, not the speediest, so I like my laptop even it's only an i3. I love my laptop playing. It can multitask, play games and do so much when I want to do things. I like the big laptops not the tiny ones.
     
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    I prefer gaming on PC. Though laptops allow easy access to games but as far as the gaming controls are concerned, mouse and keyboard always win the show.
     

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