1. Frame11's Avatar
    I'm looking for a gaming laptop, i have 2 choices HP Pavilion Flagship Pro Laptop and Dell Business Flagship Laptop. The laptops have the same config that is the processor, memory and graphics. Dell is a bit expensive than the HP. Which brand is better and has better service. Please help.
    marvelfan likes this.
    05-15-2019 02:58 AM
  2. marvelfan's Avatar
    Hi Frame11, I don't properly understand what laptops you have mentioned. But, as far as the two brands are considered both of them offer great value for money products. Also, you can take a look at this (https://laptopdiscovery.com/dell-vs-hp/) difference to know more about the two brands.

    Do let me know what you think about it
    05-15-2019 03:33 AM
  3. ochhanz's Avatar
    I'm looking for a gaming laptop, i have 2 choices HP Pavilion Flagship Pro Laptop and Dell Business Flagship Laptop. The laptops have the same config that is the processor, memory and graphics. Dell is a bit expensive than the HP. Which brand is better and has better service. Please help.
    , check if these laptops have at least a Nvidia 1050 or Amd rx 560 or better. The sweet spot would be a 1050ti, 1650, 1660ti, rx570 or something like that. If you only want to do casual gaming, than a mx150 (the 25 watt version) could also be an option.
    marvelfan likes this.
    05-15-2019 05:51 AM
  4. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    What games do you intend to play on the laptop? I'd go for the HP personally. I had a Dell laptop and business versions are never really suited for gaming.
    marvelfan likes this.
    05-15-2019 11:01 AM
  5. tokudanaka090588's Avatar
    Dell is more popular than HP but it has a bit expensive price than the HP. If you'd decide to buy a new laptop to play game, you should consider about the configuration
    06-14-2019 09:02 PM
  6. ochhanz's Avatar
    HP is definitely better qualitywise. However my recommendation will be always Asus or Acer gaming series laptops. Since you are looking for gaming laptops you should definitely think about the Rogue series.

    Regards,
    Jesse.
    , I think you mean (Asus) ROG instead of Rogue :) . Personally I am also a fan of Asus laptops (Zenbook, Rog etc) hardware wise. Their support and driver updates/support are not so good however (they like several brands especially lack something like HP support assistant to fix possible driver issues (semi) automatically).
    11-07-2019 02:54 PM

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