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Hey guys, my friend is going to buy a top gaming laptop with SLI 780M, i7 4700MQ and stuff, we found the best one available and the cheapest is the Sager NP9390: http://www.sagernotebook.com/index.php?page=product_customed&model_name=NP9390

Total price is about $2700.

You can customize it to dual GTX 780M, it beats the MSI GT70 Dragon Edition 2 and the newest from Asus, Alienware didn't show their new gaming laptops with last generation i7 and series 700 GPU yet.

Do you guys know if Sager has a physical store where he can go there and buy it personally? There are any other recommendations beside this laptop?

Thanks.
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Hey guys, my friend is going to buy a top gaming laptop with SLI 780M, i7 4700MQ and stuff, we found the best one available and the cheapest is the Sager NP9390: http://www.sagernotebook.com/index.php?page=product_customed&model_name=NP9390

Total price is about $2700.

You can customize it to dual GTX 780M, it beats the MSI GT70 Dragon Edition 2 and the newest from Asus, Alienware didn't show their new gaming laptops with last generation i7 and series 700 GPU yet.

Do you guys know if Sager has a physical store where he can go there and buy it personally? There are any other recommendations beside this laptop?

Thanks.

Sager arguably makes the best gaming laptop on the market(if portability) is not a concern.
No need for a physical store. Good quality and good support.

But I have to ask.
If he can drop almost 3 grand on a laptop, why not just build a beefy mATX or ITX(portability?) gaming rig, and get a decent gaming laptop too?
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I am not sure wether thay have an actual brick and mortar store. Just wanted to give a little info. The SAGER is a laptop only in name. I guess it could be more acurately called an all in one pc with a battery. The battery life is horrible and the weight is crazy. With all of that said if you are looking for a powerful computer in a small size then that is a descent brand. Not sure I would ever put it in my lap lol, it might just fry things you dont want fried.
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I am not sure wether thay have an actual brick and mortar store. Just wanted to give a little info. The SAGER is a laptop only in name. I guess it could be more acurately called an all in one pc with a battery. The battery life is horrible and the weight is crazy. With all of that said if you are looking for a powerful computer in a small size then that is a descent brand. Not sure I would ever put it in my lap lol, it might just fry things you dont want fried.

So do you thing overheat may be a problem? Because I really didn't find any other laptops that can have dual 780M redface.gif
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Maybe not overheating but very hot except in hot environments where I am sure it will throttle and try to take off with the fans running full speed.
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As far as I now there's no local shops or stores that sell things like sager and clevo rebrands.
When it comes to your thread title though, I absolutely love and support Alienware laptops, they hold a great value, and they are tough and strong. If you'd like you can check out my M17X build log. For some insight into what you can do with an Alienware notebook.

If you are looking to buy a sager you should check from XoticPC, they are the best in the business when it comes to specialized custom built laptops.
That's where I got some of my customizations from, is XoticPC.

Just a note! If you look into an alienware, DO NOT BUY ONE FROM XOTIC THE WAIT IS INSANE. As far as I know Hidevolution, and buying from alienware direct is the best way to get an alienware notebook.
Edited by FranBunnyFFXII - 6/8/13 at 3:32am
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