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Lower battery life, lol. Every gaming laptop has low battery life, so it is pretty much expected. xDHmm, HP Omen does look sick and nice on specs, but I dislike the fact it is made by HP, lol.
Damn, I am sorry if I didn't respond, lol.Somehow my email missed your post, so I didn't know you posted. Sadly, I am not the type of person who root devices. I am sure someone else can help you on that.Hmm, there are a lot of tablets that aren't LTE, and they are pretty good such as Nexus 7 (2012/2013), Nexus 9, Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4/10.5, any iPads, Microsoft Surface 2/Pro 2/Pro 3/rumor Surface Pro 4/Mini, any Windows 8 tablet, etc.
Also I prefer Lenovo because of its awesome keyboard. I haven't yet Asus so I am not sure.Only downside for my Lenovo laptop is is cooling off you are going to game.Also you can try buy either Alienware laptop or MSI "ultrabook" and buy a gpu dock where you can your desktop gpu as a performance.You can take a look at LinusTechTips review of MSI gs something.
Probably, lol.But you should go to store and test the laptop.
Same as Alienware, overpriced, lol.Sure, it looks cool, but you are limited to upgrading like storage and ram I think. I'm not a hundred percent sure so don't quote me on it.Thin gaming laptop is cool but you will give up on either cooling efficiency, upgrading ram or storage or your arm/leg/soul.
Asus ROG gaming laptop is good with its cooling.Lenovo IdeaPad Y50 1080p or 4K OR Lenovo IdeaPad Y70 is pretty good but not much compare to the latest Asus ROG that has 900m gpu whereas Lenovo one is using 800m gpu.Gigabyte Aorus is pretty good but the issue that I find is is cooling. I'm sure it won't be that bad but me personally regardless if it has good cooling or not. I prefer one has a really good cooling vent such as Asus ROG or Alienware kind. Of course, I'm not...
It isn't that bad.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 and LG G Pad 10.1 LTE are pretty good.Both of them are under Note Pro and Xperia pricing, and they (Tab 4 and LG G Pad 10.1) are pretty decent tablet for an "old" device (you know, technology evolve fast). If you are unsure, you can go for LG G Pad 10.1 LTE because it has 8,000 mAh battery compare to Tab 4 that has 6,800 mAh. Both of them has micro-sd slot I believe.Also do you really need tablet from Verizon?They have limited amounts of tablets. :S
How about ASUS Zenbook?http://www.amazon.com/Zenbook-UX303LA-DB51T-13-3-Inch-Display-Touchscreen/dp/B00KTHGRIS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1423849463&sr=8-1&keywords=ASUS+Zenbook+PrimeAlthough it isn't 13", I believe the size are quite similar that you won't notice that much.Under $1500 and has decent specs.
Why not Lenovo laptops? http://shop.lenovo.com/ca/en/laptops/lenovo/y-series/y50/ It appears it is cheaper and even beat both that ASUS and MSI link the OP has listed in term of price and performance. ASUS may have better performance but that 1366x768 and TFT panel is FUGLY! Where as MSI may have slower performance but has 1080p IPS which it is pretty good. Then again, it is up to you. My vote is Lenovo. Best bang for your buck without sacrificing too much or too little.
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