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Walking around, I hardly see anyone gaming on a laptop.

It seems people are mostly gaming at home. Do any of you go to a coffee shop and start gaming?
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I don't have a 4th period , so I have a 2 hour lunch at school (currently am a junior). I walk to the Starbucks in downtown Los Altos which is like 10 minutes from my school, take out my Macbook Pro 13", and train a little bit in MapleStory while sipping my Venti Caramel Light Frappuccino.

Pretty good way to spend my lunch!

Although most of the time I can't do this because I need to finish Bio AP homework
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I would have it on my computer desk plugged into the wall if i was gaming, i would not trust a battery under and circumstances while gaming, i also have no need for portability.
    
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I travel for work a lot so I like to play @ starbucks, or @ the hotel if I get a TV w/HDMI hookup
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Originally Posted by ComradeNF View Post
I don't have a 4th period , so I have a 2 hour lunch at school (currently am a junior). I walk to the Starbucks in downtown Los Altos which is like 10 minutes from my school, take out my Macbook Pro 13", and train a little bit in MapleStory while sipping my Venti Caramel Light Frappuccino.

Pretty good way to spend my lunch!

Although most of the time I can't do this because I need to finish Bio AP homework
Play: Kal Online
if you like MMORPG's, its totally free to.
    
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I would have it on my computer desk plugged into the wall if i was gaming, i would not trust a battery under and circumstances while gaming, i also have no need for portability.
This is why I love the Macbook Pro. I get around 5 hours of gaming time per charge (when I play a low end game like MapleStory).

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Play: Kal Online
if you like MMORPG's, its totally free to.
I just play MS because my friends play it to be honest, can't be bothered to move to something new

But thanks for the recommendation!
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This is why I love the Macbook Pro. I get around 5 hours of gaming time per charge (when I play a low end game like MapleStory).
say if you get addicted to a game and you forget to plug your laptop in. goodbye lol


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I just play MS because my friends play it to be honest, can't be bothered to move to something new

But thanks for the recommendation!
Aww ok, I love playing kal online, you make friend so quick, I was level 13 and i had full G(grade)42 armor and weapon already, thanks to people helping me out.

G42 armor and a G42 weapon is the best armor you can get until your level 36 then you can have G36.
    
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This is why I love the Macbook Pro. I get around 5 hours of gaming time per charge (when I play a low end game like MapleStory).



I just play MS because my friends play it to be honest, can't be bothered to move to something new

But thanks for the recommendation!
LOL 5 hours on your MBP? I turn on my 9600m and I get MAYBE 1 hour of CS:S or Force Unleashed...
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LOL 5 hours on your MBP? I turn on my 9600m and I get MAYBE 1 hour of CS:S or Force Unleashed...
MS is pretty much just a browser game .

I haven't bought a gaming laptop yet, but it would be used for taking to other people's houses and inside hotels while away from home. Never out in public really.
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Most people don't game much on laptops because majority of the time the good gaming laptops are expesive.
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