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    I?m planning on changing to an Intel Core 2 system and 8 series GPU in the autumn and am wondering if a fast notebook (with 8M series card) would handle Crysis and/or similar games with ease, or would a desktop be the only realistic choice.
    I?m interested in the Dell 9400 notebook with a Core 2, 2.Ghz CPU - 2GB DDR2 RAM and an 8 series card (not yet available).
    Or would it be out of date in six months.....?
    I?d be grateful for some info?
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    these high-end things usually dont run for more than 1 hour on battery (while doing almost nothing on it), get hot, and weigh a ton. i'm not saying the game wont run, but i dont think its worth the money. get a good pc instead

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    I second what romeozor said. Also I would personally never play a shooting game on a laptop because of the finger mouse pad thing.
    What?

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    heh yeah, imagine bashing the keyboard when you fail a level. not an easy task to change it after

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    What they said. Also I can tell you from experience using the finger touch pad sucks. And one does bash the keyboard. Had to replace mine. SO not worth it get a good PC.

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    I didn?t really think that a notebook could compete with a high end desktop but wanted to check it out just in case.
    Thanks for the info !
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