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Looks like a GAMERS PC

These are nice fast hot machines with shorter life spans. While nice I wonder if gamers should stick to desktops if they can't accept shorter life spans.
Bob

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shorter life span??

Hi Bob,

kindly clarify whether it will long last or not. I have a desktop, but I need a laptop too as I am going abroad.

I need a laptop which is good to last long and do all kind of normal works. I watch a lot of movies and do some photo shop works. I am not that hardcore gamer, but I too play some time.

if there is any suggestions from you, please provide that.

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Since no games.

Why not shop for a normal laptop?

What clarification is needed? When you cram a 3D 1GB high power video solution and more into a laptop form factor, life span goes down. What more explanation is required? More heat = less life for today's electronics.

If no games, what you listed can be done with a normal laptop.
Bob

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