That means these are not gamer laptops.
Also, I see 17 inch laptops which are poor choices for school. They don't stand up well to daily transport. Move to 15 inch models with GPUs and dedicated DDR5 RAM for even light gaming.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B017NGH4DY/ref=CNET is where I'd start.
So I'm looking for a laptop after having only an iPad and a dinosaur, 12+ year old desktop for a few years. But don't let the iPad fool you - I HATE Apple's computers and laptop OS.
Since getting some moolah for Christmas, I've decided it's finally time to choose my new baby. But I'm not quite sure what's the very best laptop for my needs, even though I've been researching.
Basically, I'm looking for..
- a good handle on wifi for online homework and regular browsing
- decent battery but good, potentially adjustable display settings
- the ability to play games like Sims 4 and lower-end Steam games (FNAF, Terraria, nothing big like Skyrim)
- ability to run Photoshop or GIMP, and a pen tablet for digital art
- preferably i5 or i7, I like 'em quick
- 15.6" screen size at least
- $400-$600 price range! (not including warranty or shipping)
- preferably Asus or Toshiba.
I've so far looked at...
these two as choices. But I'm not sure exactly if they'd fit what I need. Suggestions?