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Best Gaming Laptop 2014 Under $1,000 – BEST VALUE

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Lenovo Thinkpad E545 20B20011US 15.6-Inch Laptop

  • 15.6-Inch HD Antiglare LED-backlit Display (1366 x 768) is showing as 15.6-Inch HD Antiglare LED-backlit Display 1366 x 768
  • AMD Dual-Core A6 5350M (2.9GHz) / 4GB DDR3 RAM / 320GB 5,400 RPM Hard Drive
  • AMD Radeon HD 8450G / DVD-RW Drive / 720p HD Webcam / 6-Cell Lithium-Ion Up to 6 Hours, 12 Minutes
  • Windows 7 Pro 64-bit pre-installed / Windows 8 Pro 64-bit Upgrade Ready
  • Color: Matte Black / Width : Depth : Height = 14.8" X 9.6" X 1.4" / Weight: 5.2 lbs / Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year
Lenovo ThinkPad E545 Laptop: SMART FEATURES FOR SMALL-BUSINESS USERS. Your business will make a name for itself with the innovative, 15.6-inch E545 laptop computer. You'll get your customers' attention with the modern accents and finish, and you'll keep it with the capable, AMD A6 dual core processor housed in a durable system. Tech Specs: AMD A6-5350M Dual Core Processor 2.9GHz / Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (64-bit) / 4GB DDR3L-1600 SDRAM / 320GB 5,400RPM Hard Drive / AMD Radeon HD 8450

List Price: $ 499.00 Price: $ 798.98

ASUS X750 17-Inch Laptop [OLD VERSION]

  • Intel i7-4700HQ 2.4 GHz (turbo to 3.4 GHz).
  • 1 TB Hard Drive, 8GB RAM.
  • 17.3" HD+ Screen. 1.2MP Webcam.
  • DL DVD±RW/CD-RW. Wireless 802.11N.
  • 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, HDMI, VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, SDXC card reader.
X750JA-DB71; Dark Gray; 17.3" HD+ (1600900) LED, glossy; Intel Core i7-4700HQ 2.4GHz (Turbo 3.4GHz) Haswell; Mobile Intel HM86 Express Chipsets; 8GB DDR3 (1600 MHz), 2x Socket(two slot installed w/ 4GB each) for expansion up to 8GB; Intel GMA HD; 1TB 5400RPM; DL DVDRW/CD-RW; Windows 8 (64bit); 802.11BGN; HD Camera; No Bluetooth; Chiclet Style Keyboard; 1x Headphone-out & Audio-in Combo Jack; 1x RJ45 LAN Jack for LAN insert; 1x VGA Port (D-Sub); 1x HDMI; 2x USB 2.0; 2x USB 3.0; SD, MMC; 44Whrs, 2

List Price: $ 829.00 Price: $ 919.95


  1. Thanks for all the positive feedback on this video! :D

  2. waste, $800 desktop gaming built PC will perform better then this laptop

  3. Sebastienblackops

    I have a Y400 and I can run Titanfall on High at about 50FPS+

  4. Are these specs any good?

    Operating System
    Windows 8.1 64-bit
    CPU Brand
    CPU Core
    CPU Type
    Core i7
    CPU Speed
    4710HQ (2.5GHz)
    Smart Cache
    DMI2 5GT/s
    Turbo Boost Speed
    Up to 3.5GHz
    CPU Main Features
    Hyper-Threading Technology
    Virtualization Technology
    Intel 64
    Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology
    Idle States
    Thermal Monitoring Technologies
    Execute Disable Bit
    Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)
    AES New Instructions
    Intel Anti-Theft Technology
    Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)
    Intel Identity Protection Technology
    Intel Secure Key
    Total Memory
    Form Factor
    204-pin SO-DIMM
    Maximum Memory Supported
    HD Interface
    HD RPM
    7,200 RPM
    HD Capacity
    HD Configuration
    1 x 1TB
    Optical Drive
    Optical Drive Specifications
    DVDRW/CD-RW Drive
    Screen Size
    Display Type
    Full HD
    Display Finish
    Webcam Features
    Video Memory
    2GB GDDR5
    Video Connectors
    1 x HDMI
    1 x Mini DisplayPort
    GPU Type
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M
    Audio System
    ROG AudioWizard

  5. You deserve A LOT more views. :L

  6. I have the Lenovo Y40 and it is a much better value for $300 less.

  7. Vladimir Makarov

    i dont give a fuck for how thin a shit gets as long as it runs games with
    great efficiency and the graphics are good it could look like a 1990s
    computer for all i care. This hype for how thin a laptop gets is fucking
    stupid and people would who pay more for it need to fucking get their fists
    out their ass. 

  8. Lol the intro XD 

  9. good picks man

  10. Christopher Rodriguez

    you sir have earned a subbed =) keep up the good work on this

  11. I thought i’d try and push you guys away from purchasing UHD Y50. a 4K
    display on a 15.6inch screen makes text SUPER small and hard to read.
    lenovo locked the refresh rate at 48hertz if you have a UHD model, and even
    if you drop down to 1080p, it still is locked at 48herts. My Y50 (non
    touch, non UHD) is a full 60hertz, where as my friend was quite
    disappointed to find his was not.

    Note: The touch models still have 60hertz refresh rate. it is only the UHD
    model right now that does not. We’re all hoping lenovo adds a bios update
    soon to fix it.

  12. first like!!

  13. thanks for the information,keep up all the hard work.

  14. Much Love

  15. I like how he says Yolo like an old man

  16. your tital says under $1000 the razor blade cost over $2000

  17. I bought the y410p (4700mq + gt755m) for $860 taxed and shipped. Then
    bought the ultrabay gpu and a big power supply for $150 taxed and shipped.
    As is the dual gt755m sli have more raw power than the gtx860mk, but still
    a single gpu configuration is better in my opinion. Love and respect for

  18. I think the scope of this is really narrow. Now, I get that Razer is a huge
    brand and therefore if youre not super into tech it would be a reasonable
    go to, however, the gap between the y50 and the Blade is huge, and there
    are plenty of laptops between those price ranges that, in my opinion,
    provide better performance per dollar. While I dont believe Asus has a
    model that competes with the recent ultra thin notebooks, MSI does, and
    they are particularly great. when this video was released, the GS60/70
    models offered 860/870m models with really great keyboards, a variety of
    resolution and storage options, starting at a little under 1500. the new
    models offer the 970m, though I understand this video was released before
    the 900m series. If you prefer a bulkier desktop replacement style PC that
    you can just take with you, there are MUCH better options than these.
    Bigger machines provide better cooling, more screen and keyboard real
    estate, as well as capacity for higher power. MSIs GT60/70 series start at
    a little more than 1000 for the older 800m series models, and about 1500
    for a 970m, the GT72 offers better cooling and either a 970 or 980m, with
    support for a later upgrade, starting at 1900 for a 970 and 2300 for a 980.
    the new Asus g751 is reasonably similar. I personally just ordered a GT72
    Dominator Pro with a 980m and am eagerly awaiting its arrival. the heavier
    machine runs much cooler, and I plan on mostly using from a desk, but need
    the option to take it when I travel. and, even though its no .8 inch 4.5 lb
    Razer, its no 12.5 lb Alienware 18 either. Its only 8.2 lbs, which I
    personally find comfortable for lap use from my experience with arcade
    sticks, and would much prefer a cool bottom with heft to a feather dripping
    with magma as you sometimes get with these. it really depends on your
    needs, but IMO, unless you need to get your game on while still appearing
    acceptable at your local hipster coffee shop, Id opt for the sturdier,
    better cooled, higher performing machine any day. 

  19. Nikita Bershadsky

    What is the fps?


  20. *nearly* under 1000€ ^^

  21. Gustav Bergkvist

    Should i buy a lenovo y50 or an msi gp60??

  22. SilentCobra1080p

    would the Lenovo Y50 be able to play arma 3? and on what quality?


  24. ZEO221 can you send me a beast laptop i dont care about how much it is but
    not over £2000 thats just crazy i want laptop because if someone makes me
    go out so can you send me a good laptop in £ plz

  25. What was that case u showed??? It looks cool af

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