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  1. So what would be your ideal gaming notebook design? Mine would be an Alienware with the following design specs: 17" gaming notebook 17" form factor but thin as a macbook pro but better looking design. Made of aluminum or carbon fiber, no plastic anywhere. e-GPU proprietary connection capable of feeding dual mobile GPUs. This can be accomplished if the manufacturer cooperates with AMD/NVIDIA on the design. Display panel that is made of AMOLED so its super light + thin and power efficient. If not AMOLED, then at the very least IPS (although IPS is not as good as TN for gaming). Custom razer switchblade type of touchpad. 13" gaming notebook/tablet Same e-GPU support as above so it can basically mirror the performance of its bigger sibling in a smaller form factor. A detachable IPS/AMOLED display that is powered wirelessly by the base unit for maximum performance. Put an ATOM CPU in the display itself. Have the display support WACOM digitizer as well. Deal with Microsoft to support their Xbox 360 program using the tablet display. Custom razer switchblade type of touchpad. IMO the above two notebooks would be awesome and sell like crazy. So what's your take on the ideal AND realistic gaming notebook?
  2. Ok I need to get a gaming headset for some nice BF3 action but I want to spend around $100... any suggestions?
  3. Fraps video test with rage im posting cause when im looking for a laptop to purchase i really enjoy these to see where the laptop stands with current gaming http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWZ-WAY27CQ
  4. Hi, I been playing alot of Dead Island Recently. I made a mini review/gameplay video, here it is.
  5. redrazor11


    My G/F and I bought this game during the steam summer sale due to the good reviews. Unfortunately, it was incredibly buggy playing over LAN. The game crashed to desktop (both client and server) without error during boss fights on multiple occasions. Since the game only saves per chapter (As some of you might know), this means starting the chapter all over again, which is incredibly frustrating given the lack of check points. We got to chapter 11 and have quit the game (haven't even touched the DLC) because we simply cannout pour another 1.5 hours into a chapter to have it crash on the boss fight. I've tried finding some solutions by looking at the error log file generated, but all I find is "Error, velocity set to: NAN!!!" and the steam forums don't help with this at all. So until that gets fixed, I cannot recommend this game. 1) Since there is no difficulty adjustment, it's impossibly difficult to play single-player 2) Since there are network errors, it's impossibly difficult to complete in multi-player
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