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    In the budget gaming notebook space both ASUS and Dell make a good case to take your money.
    Both companies know how to make great laptops. Dell usually slaps the Alienware logo on its gaming products, while ASUS adds the Republic of Gamers moniker, just so you know what you're getting in to. But what we have here are two fairly inexpensive, subtly designed gaming laptops that will also go great as an all purpose laptop.
    The difference over a similarly priced, slimmer and lighter offering is that you can crack out a bit of Gears of War when you're done working for the day.
    Both the ASUS GL552 and the Dell Inspiron 15 7559 are in a similar price bracket to one another, and similar in a number of ways. Which should you buy? Let's break it down.

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    08-26-2016 10:11 AM

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