P34G v3 news

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  1. amonite

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    True that VGA has nothing to offer, except maybe as some pointed out if you are in an environment that still use it as the main connection for screens and videoprojector. My old university was like that :(.

    In the end it is a matter of preference. Coming from a MacBook I do like the new razer blade, but the price tag and limited evolution (especially RAM) makes me prefer the p34w. I believe it would last longer if you can upgrade it. Plus the 2 year worldwide guarantee from gigabyte is not to be overlooked
     
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    The Razer only has HDMI, no mini display port or VGA. Though I'd rather have a miniDisplay port
     
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    Assuming it's going to come to Europe, I think I'm now going to hold out for this (announced yesterday), even if it only has 96xM graphics (which seems likely): http://rog.asus.com/399392015/g-ser...light-15-inch-gaming-laptop-with-4k-pcie-ssd/
     
  4. Pixelproof

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    VGA is really useful for students and people in business for holding presentations on projectors. In most places, at least in some countries, most projectors only use VGA. (I'm a student in Norway and, and most school projectors here need VGA). It's a lot easier to just have a VGA port instead of fiddling with adapters etc.
     
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    That's nice. I'd like a 14" version. But holding out by then. You will hear sky lake. Nvidias next gen announced. And seeing radeons hbm graphics being released and then you Prob will want to hold out for that lol




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    Ninja's with only a few seconds, it looks great, but I would much rather have 14 inches and a better graphics chip.
     
  7. Oxford_Guy

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    True, though a VGA port on a laptop is fugly as hell IMHO. Also, more and more projectors are starting to use HDMI and/or displayport
     
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    I agree 14" would be nicer (don't mind losing the numpad either), though this looks like it has a smaller footprint than some recent 15" offerings and I could live with it. Anyway, I can't hold out for ever, want something new by end Q2 latest
     
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    Yeah, I wish it had a mini displayport too
     
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    yea my laptops must NOT have a numpad on there. im too use to my hands on the end of the keyboard knowing that the "enter" button is there without looking for it.
     
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