Now that we are entering the last months of this year we thought now would be the perfect time to wonder what are the best Haswell laptops for gaming in 2013? Since Intel introduced their new Haswell chip to the market this has helped improve the gaming experience because of the CPU having increased performance while not taking it out on the battery.
There are several gaming laptops that fall into this category, and so we thought we would do some digging to see if we could find an answer for you. We have come across a few articles that have been looking into this very subject, and just a couple of weeks ago there was a Razer Blade Pro vs. MSI GS70 showdown on one particular website.
They felt that these were two, if not the best gaming laptops powered by Haswell. Both these laptops go about things in a different way, because while MSI broke the mold, their gaming laptops are still heavier and chunkier than a standard laptop. Razer has managed to break the gaming laptop mold by finally delivering portability and raw power with the Blade Pro.
We thought you might also like to look at a more in-depth look into 6 gaming laptops that all want you to believe they are the best at what they do. These 6 devices are as follows: Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p, MAINGEAR Pulse 14, Razer Blade, Gigabyte P35K Ultrablade, Clevo P375SM from AVADirect and finally the PowerPro R 6:8 from PowerNotebooks.
Okay, so this list was made up back in June, but this still gives you a great guide and to see how they stack up in a competitive market. For those who would rather watch a video then we have included one below that looks at the best Haswell PC Gaming Laptops in 2013, which runs for just under 9 minutes.
A final note, let’s not forget that Apple is due to release their Haswell MacBook Pro next month, and if rumors are true will come with a more powerful version of Intel’s Haswell CPU, so we have to wonder if gaming performance could be improved?
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