It was only last year you needed to shell out well over 2 grand to buy a laptop with specs that can play Crysis on mid-high settings with a decent framerate. Rejoice, folks. Now you can play that resource hogging PC game with laptops that are more affordable, like the Asus M51Sn-X2 NoteBook. It cost about $1,199 which is a very respectable price for a new gaming laptop. It comes with a Nvidia 9500M GS, Nvidia’s newest mobile gaming video card.
Here are some crucial stats for the Asus M51Sn-X2
- Intel Core 2 Duo T8300 2.4G
- 4 GIGs of DDR Ram
- 250 GIG HD
- 15.4 WXGA screen
- Nvidia 9500M GS with 512 MB of memory.
The laptop can handle Bioshock, COD 4 and Crysis, quite well. For more information on this gaming laptop and for user reviews, remember to check out NewEgg’s Asus M51Sn-X2 page.