This year, every technician has thought of a sweet high-end gaming laptop. In addition to buying pre-installed gaming PCs, bagged gaming laptops have been one of the only ways to get current GPUs during this period of sad silicon shortages and subsequent GPU inventory shortages. Frankly speaking, this is the worst nightmare for PC manufacturers.
In this disaster, the laptop has become a firm savior for our gamers. Especially with the escalation of this cautious work-at-home trend, laptops have become more sought after than ever. Moreover, as hardware enthusiasts and avid gamers, we are quite picky about what we need for work and home, and we are happy to say that laptops have finally reached the standard.
There is still some work to be done in terms of battery life and the portability and power dilemma, but there are at least three gaming laptops this year-the one we nominated here-that tick almost all Those boxes.
The ASUS ROG Flow X13 equipped with XG Mobile eGPU finally provides a viable solution to one of the most annoying obstacles to using external GPUs. Razer Blade 14 brings the powerful Ryzen game to one of the most stylish and desirable laptop designs to date. The Gigabyte Aorus 15G XC managed to balance the raw power of the RTX 3070 with a comprehensive, non-Titanic and fairly quiet chassis.
But which one will be the crown jewel of the best gaming laptop in 2021?
Best gaming laptop of 2021: nominees
The PC Gamer Hardware Award winners of the best gaming laptop will be announced on New Year’s Eve. It’s all for playing, and any one of these three is completely worthy of the championship.