- 20 months ago
I recently hurt myself and will most likely need spinal surgery, so I won't be able to get around as easily or really sit in the current chair I have and probably won't be home for awhile. That and I've been meaning to get one for some time now. Would like to get a decent laptop to be more of an "All Around" type laptop if anything, but I have heard getting a gaming type laptop would last longer. I'd most or less play games like WoW, Runescape, Elder Scrolls Oblivion, LEGO games (with sister), and stuff like Warhammer: Vermintide 2. Maybe even do some Netflix and Shrudder, but no edited type stuff. Don't need anything high end strong. I do have a pretty decent Desktop which I had help building with assistance from people within the PCPartPicker Forums (thank you again guys), so it doesn't have to be top notch or anything. Doesn't need to have large amounts of memory either, will buy an external harddrive later in the year.
I've seen some ACER and MSI laptops under or just breaking over $1,000, but I'd like to her some opinions on other brands. Dell I've kind of always had issues with.
- Activity: Minor Gaming & Personal use
- Display Size: Any
- Price Range: $500 - $1,000 ($1,500 only if I really have to)
- OS: Any