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I'll second Sager.
 
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Originally Posted by identitycrisis View Post
Honestly never heard of them.

BTW, nice Toshiba, that's another brand Ive had for a gaming laptop, and it was nice.

Edit** that Malibal Brand looks cool, prices are reasonable too. Lifetime labor, 1 year parts warranty is pretty neat as well!
Yeah the review in the sig is back when it was almost stock. I've yet to find the time to update the review and all that. But yeah, twas a pain to take apart and reassemble... >.< Was worth it in the end. However I wouldn't honestly recommend the Qosmio line to anyone with a brain. I got mine for $1101 November last year for a promotional sale on Newegg. Retail was like $1500 but I wouldn't have paid that for what I got. Though I did enjoy what I got out of it.

But yeah, Malibal is the best. Think like a combo between Sager and XoticPC. Good support and fast shipping like Sager and the option range and good prices of XoticPC. I mean, between the three, it'd be tough for me to pick, but if you're stuck with that $1200 max budget, I'd try to wait a little and push that up to around $1600 if you really want a nice machine with a GPU that doesn't falter @ 1080p... *cough*560m*cough*
     
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Originally Posted by Imglidinhere View Post
Yeah the review in the sig is back when it was almost stock. I've yet to find the time to update the review and all that. But yeah, twas a pain to take apart and reassemble... >.< Was worth it in the end. However I wouldn't honestly recommend the Qosmio line to anyone with a brain. I got mine for $1101 November last year for a promotional sale on Newegg. Retail was like $1500 but I wouldn't have paid that for what I got. Though I did enjoy what I got out of it.

But yeah, Malibal is the best. Think like a combo between Sager and XoticPC. Good support and fast shipping like Sager and the option range and good prices of XoticPC. I mean, between the three, it'd be tough for me to pick, but if you're stuck with that $1200 max budget, I'd try to wait a little and push that up to around $1600 if you really want a nice machine with a GPU that doesn't falter @ 1080p... *cough*560m*cough*
hah what games are you having issues w/ w/ a 560m? That's the card i'm aiming for at most (either 555m w/ optimus or an asus 560m because of battery life)
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