A new school year is literally just around the corner. And that means your student might just possibly need a brand-new laptop. You know, for all the education they're about to shove into their brains. But to add a slight wrinkle to that formula, you might also want to kill two birds with one stone by getting a laptop that can also play a few video games.
Well, lucky for you, we've got a list you might be interested in. Now, most of these computers aren't going to play the newest AAA games at ultra settings -- and some might struggle to play them at normal settings. But that's the beauty here: you won't have to worry (as much) about your student playing Fortnite during school hours.
Usually, laptops made specifically for gaming are more expensive than PC configurations, which is understandable since laptops have different architectures. However, in this article you will learn about seven of the best gaming laptops that will make your wallet happy -- while still being able to play some of 2018's new games.
All laptops are sorted in order from "worst" deals to "best", but even the worst ones are worth taking a look at. So let's begin, shall we?