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1) Is it cheaper to buy extra batteries as an option or buy separately?

2) How much is student discount? Can you combine w/ other sale offers they have?

3) How are their Black Friday offerings?

4) Is extra 150+ worth it for the Anti Glare matte screens?

5) What are similar retailers that offer similar products? Am about to start laptop shopping and want to know what else is out there. Been told repeatedly to avoid HP, Dell, Lenovo, and Alienware unless it's on a huge sale (which isn't likely). Will most likely look at Asus, Acer, Sager, MSI. Also, I had an MSI gx620 before and the hinges broke within a few months (though I used it for 2 more years)...how is their build quality now? It looks sturdier but haven't seen in person. Also, do any of those laptops on xotic offer usb3.0 ports yet? Didnt' see the few I tinkered around w/.

6) [not xotic related] Are there any keyboards that have mechanical type switches?
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1) Seperately. You can get them from third-party retailers with less mark up.
2) ???
3) ???
4) Anti-glare is a wonderful thing. All my monitors are matte finish because it is MUCH easier on the eyes. Pictures aren't quite as crisp though. This one really is a personal preference though - since I have bad eyes I err on the side of "easy on the eyes"
5) Digital Storm comes to mind. Dell's XPS (Gaming) and Lattitude (Business) notebooks are good. Asus. NOT Acer. MSI's usually cheap out on the cases. MacBook Pros if you're looking for ultra-portable. Fujitsu. HP's high-end stuff is pretty good quality, sub-$700 from them is rubbish. Not Gateway (terri-bad support).

Honestly, my money goes to Asus for gaming, Dell for business and Apple for portables. All of them are good quality builds, good price/performance, and good support. Dell's business support is great, their retail support is terrible. Asus is just all around fantastic and Apple's 13/15" laptops are great (17" are overpriced though).

6) Almost definitely not as a laptop with mechanical switches would be absurdly thick.
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post #3 of 23
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sad to hear MSI still cheap out on build quality...will lean towards asus. or an HP that drops on sale to around 1100...

Are any of these laptops able to extend battery life (lowest settings/web browsing/maybe movie) to 4-5 hours instead of standard 2-3 for a gaming laptop?
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sad to hear MSI still cheap out on build quality...will lean towards asus. or an HP that drops on sale to around 1100...

Are any of these laptops able to extend battery life (lowest settings/web browsing/maybe movie) to 4-5 hours instead of standard 2-3 for a gaming laptop?
Pretty much as said above.

The only gaming laptops that will get close to 5 hours are ones with Optimus. So, anything with a 555M is good. The Sager NP5165 is probably your best option.

As for the matte screen, I believe those are 95% color gamut(vs like 70ish% for the gloss panel), and the brightness is probably a bit higher. It's a nicer panel, it's not like they just took the same panel and put a matte finish on it. If you want a high-quality panel then yes it's worth it.
 
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Pretty much as said above.

The only gaming laptops that will get close to 5 hours are ones with Optimus. So, anything with a 555M is good. The Sager NP5165 is probably your best option.

As for the matte screen, I believe those are 95% color gamut(vs like 70ish% for the gloss panel), and the brightness is probably a bit higher. It's a nicer panel, it's not like they just took the same panel and put a matte finish on it. If you want a high-quality panel then yes it's worth it.
is 555m the only one with optimus? Wanted to get a 560 or a 570 (ideally)
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is 555m the only one with optimus? Wanted to get a 560 or a 570 (ideally)
What's your budget? There's a Qosimo and M17x with Optimus, those are the only ones I know of. *Most laptops with a 560m or higher don't have optimus(none at xoticpc)

http://www.dell.com/us/p/alienware-M17x-r3/pd.aspx
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16834214394
 
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What's your budget? There's a Qosimo and M17x with Optimus, those are the only ones I know of. *Most laptops with a 560m or higher don't have optimus(none at xoticpc)

http://www.dell.com/us/p/alienware-M17x-r3/pd.aspx
Amazon.com: Toshiba Qosmio X775-Q7270 (17.3-Inch Screen) Laptop: Computers & Accessories
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16834214394
1000-1500(at most)

What about ATI's energy saving alternative? I travel a lot and don't always have access to plugs so having 4-5 hrs of battery life is a huge lifesaver

also...i'm assuming gt555 is better than gt540?
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1000-1500(at most)

What about ATI's energy saving alternative? I travel a lot and don't always have access to plugs so having 4-5 hrs of battery life is a huge lifesaver
Alienware again would be the best bet for something like a 6970M with switchable graphics. Sagers don't have AMD switchable, at least not on high-end cards.

AMD's switchable graphics aren't exactly instant on. Too complicated for typical consumers to get into but I wouldn't go AMD for switchable graphics. Also, AMD doesn't advertise switchable graphics, and most high-end AMD GPUs don't have switchable graphics.
 
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1) Is it cheaper to buy extra batteries as an option or buy separately?

2) How much is student discount? Can you combine w/ other sale offers they have?

3) How are their Black Friday offerings?

4) Is extra 150+ worth it for the Anti Glare matte screens?

5) What are similar retailers that offer similar products? Am about to start laptop shopping and want to know what else is out there. Been told repeatedly to avoid HP, Dell, Lenovo, and Alienware unless it's on a huge sale (which isn't likely). Will most likely look at Asus, Acer, Sager, MSI. Also, I had an MSI gx620 before and the hinges broke within a few months (though I used it for 2 more years)...how is their build quality now? It looks sturdier but haven't seen in person. Also, do any of those laptops on xotic offer usb3.0 ports yet? Didnt' see the few I tinkered around w/.

6) [not xotic related] Are there any keyboards that have mechanical type switches?
1) I think it would be cheaper to buy seperatly somewhere else I would have to know the exact model you are looking for.
2)student discount is not that much its like 1%-3% the paypal echeck thing actually gives off more and I dont think you can stack discounts I have asked before.
3) Black friday deals aren't that big maybe if your lucky you'll see rebates on most likely the asus computers + free shipping.
4)It depends on you I despise glare screens and I would think +150 it actually might give better coloring etc.. just look around for it, and resolution might be different.
5) In terms of quality i think Sager, Asus-MSI same for me, Acer (depending on which models) The old timelines which is one i have are awesome. Alienware is okay if you can get a good price i dont like the customer service.
6) That i cannot answer sorry
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1) I think it would be cheaper to buy seperatly somewhere else I would have to know the exact model you are looking for.
2)student discount is not that much its like 1%-3% the paypal echeck thing actually gives off more and I dont think you can stack discounts I have asked before.
3) Black friday deals aren't that big maybe if your lucky you'll see rebates on most likely the asus computers + free shipping.
4)It depends on you I despise glare screens and I would think +150 it actually might give better coloring etc.. just look around for it, and resolution might be different.
5) In terms of quality i think Sager, Asus-MSI same for me, Acer (depending on which models) The old timelines which is one i have are awesome. Alienware is okay if you can get a good price i dont like the customer service.
6) That i cannot answer sorry
Thanks!

As of now I am waiting for sager/clevo laptops start carrying 560m's or 570m's with optimus. Hoping it's sooner than later (the technology is available they are just slacking!)

I'm also contemplating if it's easier to buy the matte screen myself and hook it up. If it's only 85 dollars to buy and some of these places are asking for 200 i might consider it.

or asus/msi. haven't heard enough about qosmio to go for it...and the lack of customization is not good for what i want to do.
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