While laptop systems were originally intended primarily for business applications, such as word processing, they have since reached a point where they are capable of serving as desktop replacements. If you would like to have full control over the type of laptop you want for the purpose of playing computer games, you can build your own machine instead of buying a fully assembled unit from a retailer. To build your own gaming laptop you will need to start with a "bare bones" computer case, which is sometimes referred to as a "white book," and then buy the specific components you want to use. (gaminglaptopzone.com)
Sorry, but your 88 score for the MSI GT72 is a joke, even your no 10 ranked schenker outperforms it and you admit it in your own review it has many failings, bad wifi, bad screen, bad keyboard and astonishingly bad price.. please sack the reviewer...
I really like that you guys make these charts and ratings. But I have to say that I feel the price is really not taken enough into consideration.
After a lot of research and with my limited budget, I finally settled on the Lenovo y50-70 (non touch) for an incredible price and am very happy with the choice. I won't deny it has its imperfections, but feel it was the best bang for the buck and was well worth it. With laptops extremely limited upgradability,
I feel bang for buck really needs to be taken into consideration. Or at least state that price was not a major consideration.
And Gigabytes latest releases, leave msi in the dust but no mention again... it seems to qualify as a gaming notebook you have to be , heavy, fat , have blinking lights and look like some thing from a japanese transformer movie.