Laptop shopping advice
If you are new to the market or simply want to avoid making a bad purchase (in this economy not too many can afford to just throw away 500 to 1500 dollars) I suggest buying a laptop with a discrete Video Card. If the label says integrated graphics or on board accelerator or even says ATI/Nvidia with shared memory it is an onboard chip and not a true cooled video card. Laptops with this type of design often overheat and end up going to a black screen, blue screen of death, or never turning on again until repaired.
Most sales people aren't going to tell you this so i will = )
Laptops with anything less than a seperate video card will not even offer a true multimedia experience, not even the ones that are labeled as such. They will all start overheating and eventually conk out. Many in the first year of warranty. If you're a gamer you should already know this type of info but for new purchasers I hope this saves someone a nice chunk of change whether its a few hundred or a few thousand.
Not just HP
Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: ASUS Republic of Gamers G51JX-X3 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop (Blue)
What a shame people spend so much money only to be ripped off by some of these manufacturers who are more than aware of the design flaws in some of their models
Thank god for lawyers i guess, but hey, you can't put a price on inconvenience.
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