*drools* True gaming laptops are finally becoming a reality

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Way back in 2003, I spent in excess of £1,600 ($2,500) to buy my first laptop, which was a Samsung X10. My thinking was naively simple: I wanted a laptop that could do everything and I was prepared to invest heavily to obtain it. The flaw in that plan was that such a laptop didn’t exist back then, and it arguably doesn’t exist today either.

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