Is there a place that sells good gaming laptops (with good specs) that have dead hard drives or don’t have any hard drives so that all I’ll need to do is buy a new one and then replace the old one?
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Finally, I have the ROG g73JH gaming laptop which features a 17.3-inch with a 1920 x 1080 screen resolution.
The cheapest "brand new" gaming laptop that i know is about $600 or a little less. There are Alienware m11x, Asus G series (refurbished/used) and Acer laptops.
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You might want try some recyling company or http://micropartsusa.com they have pretty good deal or http://thepartsgiant.com or maby http://google.com/shopping
The best entry level gaming laptop you can get is the Dell studio 15. Most people don't know this but its the same parts used to make the superior XPS models.
as for used the best place is the clearance centers for your favourite online stores like Dell outlet, Acer and Asus. Also don't be scared of refurbs and box opens if their from the manufacturer. Gaming laptop are a luxury and most are crap when you compare what you can buy in desktop for the same price so unless your looking for cred or serious CAD I wouldn't bother with the Alienware and Asus G50 stuff
The best places I know of are ebuyer.com and dabs.com. They have hot deals on a wide range of laptops all the time, including gaming ones, and you'll be surprised at the prices.
I agree - check out Ebay, although you may also want to check out the bulletin boards or classified ad section of your nearest University. From my own experiences, colleges are filled with hard-core gamers who rebuild and replace their systems often, and you'll often find them selling their "older" custom built units at decent prices. Schools with engineering/tech programs especially!
I don't have to be going to school there to buy those right?
No - at least around here, Universities have student bulletin boards where students list items for sale and provide a contact phone number or email address for anyone interested in purchasing the item.
thx for the tip bro,I never thaught of that!!
that would be a used one. In that case you may as well check eBay.com (for US) and eBay.co.uk (for UK). There are also 'used' sections on Amazon as well.
Your best bet would be eBay, I guess.