These gaming notebooks are equipped with the latest Intel and NVIDIA hardware



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<p>Acer is excited about the new hardware. Its Predator Helios 300, Nitro 7, Nitro 5 and Aspire 7 notebooks will use up to 2.6GHz Core i7-9750H for their primary "brains" and either a GTX 1650 Max-Q or GTX 1660 Ti depending on the model. We did not have any special pricing when we wrote this, but Acer gaming machines are usually targeted at cost-conscious customers – these may be on your short list if you're looking for the best value for your money.</p>
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<p>ASUS tends to be ambitious with its gaming laptops, and that's certainly the case here. It introduced a trio of Zephyrus models that use the new Intel and NVIDIA devices to varying degrees. The Zephyrus S and Zephyrus M high-end devices both use the Core i7-9750H, up to 32 GB of RAM, and options for ultra-fast 144 Hz or 240 Hz 1080p displays. These high-end systems use existing RTX 2060 or 2070 graphics. However, this also means that you will achieve higher performance for your games. Both systems are expected to mature in the second quarter of 2019.</p>
<p>The most interesting participant is the brand new mid-range laptop Zephyrus G. He uses an AMD Ryzen 7 CPU, which is however coupled with the new GTX 1660 Ti. This in turn results in a portable gaming system that is relatively inexpensive. They pay $ 1,199 for a configuration with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB solid-state drive, and there are plans for cheaper models. It is available now.</p>
<h3>Dell and Alienware</h3>
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<p>Dell has a variety of gaming laptops that use the updated Intel and NVIDIA hardware. For the mainstream, the biggest upgrades are the G5 and G7. The systems are available today with the GTX 1650 Max-Q and the GTX 1660 Ti and will be available in June in rebuilt versions with RTX graphics and 9th generation core chips. They also have a few luxuries that are sometimes reserved for high-end gaming portables, including the choice of a 240Hz 1080p LCD or a 4K OLED panel.</p>
<p>A similar treatment can be expected with the Alienware m15 and m17, which now offer options for each of the 16-series GTX chips, and will feature the 9th and 9th generation Core and RTX variants as of June. Fans of the XPS line will be pleased to see an updated XPS 15 with the GTX 1650 in June instead of the current 1050 in June.</p>
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Lenovo is working hard to release its IdeaPad laptop updates, including some inexpensive ones. They all have 9th generation core CPU options (up to the i7 series), but what you get afterwards varies. The L340 may be the most interesting because it's the easiest to access. It starts at $ 870 for a 15-inch mode ($ 920 for 17 inches) with GTX 1650 graphics cards.

Then you need to open your bank account a bit wider. The 15-inch Y7000 has either a GTX 1660 Ti or RTX 2060 graphics card, a 144-Hz display, and red lighting with a starting price of $ 1,200 at the end of May. The 15-inch Y540 will be equipped with a GTX 1660 Ti for $ 1,210 at the end of May, while a 17-inch notebook will be released at the end of June for $ 1,270. And when you're ready to indulge, the Y740 comes with the GTX 1660 Ti or the beefy RTX 2080 Max-Q in 15- and 17-inch versions. They will also be available from $ 1,610 for 15 inches and $ 1,670 for 17 inches at the end of May.


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<p>MSI is equipping its entire suite of gaming laptops with the Intel and NVIDIA parts. The GE, FE, FL, GP, GS and GT lines have GTX 16 or GTX 20 graphics, depending on the trim level. You'll need a GE63 Raiders, GE75, GS Stealth, or GT Titan if you're longing for an RTX 2080, while the rest can be scaled to an RTX 2060 or a GTX 1660 Ti. A 17-inch P65 Creator laptop for professionals also uses the new Intel chips as well as up to RTX 2070 graphics cards.</p>
<p>The company has not described the availability of these systems in detail, though this may vary by country.</p>
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<p>Razer does not have a great variety of new hardware, but that makes up for it with Panache. The Razer Blade 15 Basic, Blade 15 Advanced, and Blade Pro 17 use 9th generation core chips (up to 2.6GHz Core i7-9750H). The choice of graphics and displays depends on the desired performance. The Blade 15 Basic ships with "just" an RTX 2060, a 1080p 144Hz LCD display, a 65Wh battery, and a Trio USB 3.1 Gen 1 port, while on the Advanced counterpart you get a system up to RTX 2080 Max -Q Visuals, a 4K OLED screen and USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports. The two 15-inch models start at $ 1,999 and $ 2,399, respectively.</p>
<p>The Giant Blade Pro 17 is available with RTX 2060 graphics cards for $ 2,499 and can scale up to $ 3,199 if you want the RTX 2080 Max-Q. The device is equipped with 16 GB RAM, NVMe solid state drives and a quartet of USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports (three with type A ports, one type C). This and the Blade 15 model should be available on April 24 in North America.</p>
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