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The Android-powered game console that’s set to become the standard-bearer for gaming laptops has long been a favorite of game players.
But when it comes to gaming notebooks, it’s become a bit of a toss-up between the likes of the HP EliteBook Pro and the Dell Venue 8 Pro, both of which feature Intel Core i5 and i7 processors.
With the new Dell Venu, we’ve gotten to see just how much the new gaming laptop is different than its predecessors, and which is better suited for the task at hand.
DesignThe Dell Venus 8 Pro comes in four different sizes, ranging from small to large, and offers an 8.3-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 2560×1440.
The device also includes a full HD display, 16GB of RAM, and a 4,200mAh battery.
That’s more than enough power for most tasks.
In fact, the Venu 8 Pro can even run the popular Google Chrome browser on top of the OS.
However, the laptop also comes with a lot of bells and whistles, including Intel Iris graphics, which can be used to render graphics and text on the device.
There’s a built-in GPU for smooth gameplay, as well as NVIDIA’s own Kepler graphics for the best performance.
The laptop also features a dedicated fingerprint sensor, which we’ll touch on in a moment.
The Dell laptop offers four different storage options: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB.
For the most part, we found the 16GB option to be the most affordable, but it’s a little pricey at $1,499 for 16GB and $1.099 for 32GB.
The 64GB option offers much more storage and storage options, though you’ll have to pay more for the option with 128GB available for $1.,499.
The 32GB and 64GB options also offer additional storage options.
The Vizio G6G2 Chromebook comes with Android OS, too, though it’s only available in the 32GB version.
This is where the Venue comes in.
The Vizio Chromebook is also equipped with a touchscreen display, so you’ll want to use this one for gaming.
The Venue also includes NVIDIA’s Kepler graphics, but for gaming, we’d stick with Intel’s newer Iris graphics for now.
The Dell Venucia 8 Pro is the only laptop with a dedicated GPU for gaming gaming, but we don’t recommend it for gaming unless you need to render a game at high resolutions.
It comes with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card for high-resolution gaming, though we’d say the Vizio model is the better choice for gaming in this case.
The display on the Dell laptop comes in a 16:10 aspect ratio and can support up to 1440p resolution.
For gaming, you’d need an additional 1440p screen.
The keyboard is also very good for gaming applications.
The keys are all comfortable to type on, and the keys themselves feel nice and solid.
The backlit keyboard also provides plenty of feedback and a great feel for gaming on the Venus.
The Venu8 Pro offers 16GB RAM and 16GB storage, with the 32 GB model offering a 512GB option.
You’ll need to shell out $499 for the 32 gig option.
If you’re on the fence about which model is best, the 32 gigs option is a much better deal, since you get a 256GB option, and you’ll be able to take advantage of Nvidia’s Optimus technology.
The HP Elitebook Pro offers the same 16GB/32GB/64GB options, with a 128GB option available as well.
This model has a slightly lower resolution, though the Vizion EliteBookPro’s graphics do run smoothly.
The HP EliteBOOK Pro has a similar size screen as the Venues, but the Dell model comes with Intel Iris.
The EliteBOOK PRO also comes in Intel Core Duo or Celeron CPUs, but this model does not include NVIDIA’s Tegra X1 chip.
The Lenovo Ideapad 2 Chromebook offers the most storage options with a 16GB SSD and 16 GB storage, but unfortunately, the Ideapads are only available with Intel Celerons.
The Ideapadas are more than adequate for gaming and web browsing, but if you’re going for more storage, the Dell laptops should do the trick.
The Intel Core M-series processors in the HP Chromebook have been underwhelming for gamers for years.
With Intel’s latest generation of chips, however, they’re finally starting to show their full potential.
The latest chips from Intel, including the latest versions of Intel’s Broadwell-E and Ivy Bridge chips, are capable of handling high-end gaming tasks, and this means the Intel Core m processors will be a boon for gamers looking to play games on a budget.
The Core M processors can also handle video editing and more demanding tasks.
However the gaming performance