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Hello switching from desktop to laptop but I'm not really sure what laptop to get.

Games I will be wanting to play will be Valorant, battlefield 2042 & Vanguard.

My budget is around £1500

Any advice would be really appreciated
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Not a huge fan of gaming laptops, I used to have a Alienware laptop that was just so heavy and I didn't like really carrying it everywhere. So just keep the weight in mind, mine was close to 18lbs.

I really am liking the new ROG gaming laptops and this one may fit your budget: rog.asus.com/us/laptops/rog-strix...17-series/

Also really like the Razar Blades

I would recommend with just sticking with a desktop for gaming but that's just my opinion
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The ASUS ROG laptops are the ones I have mainly been looking at.

I went and had a look at it at PC world and it seemed very nice, think it was the ASUS strix g15 advantage with ryzen 9 5900HX + RX6800M, just unsure if it's worth the price since it's £1899 or if there's something better for that amount.
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BIoom wrote The ASUS ROG laptops are the ones I have mainly been looking at.

I went and had a look at it at PC world and it seemed very nice, think it was the ASUS strix g15 advantage with ryzen 9 5900HX + RX6800M, just unsure if it's worth the price since it's £1899 or if there's something better for that amount.
I have one of these bad boys and love it.
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I've got a Lenovo legion 7i with a 2080 super max q and an i9, I'm not sure what it's worth but it's an absolute beast. It also came with a 250hz display, it will run anything and everything in 1080p. Could be worth a look if it's available in your area. Only fownfall is it always needs to be plugged in while gaming.
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