Best notebooks for online gambling

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PC’s have been dying a long while. First it was up to the laptop to bring about their demise, then their smaller cousins, the notebooks, and nowadays we are hearing these ridiculous claims that tablets and smartphones will replace them. With that being said, portable computers are still very much a heavily used niche when you need a bigger screen, better processing power and more “desktop-like” environment when you are actually not at your desk.

Notebooks are the excellent alternative to the rather cumbersome laptops - they have smaller screens, are usually very slim and packed with great hardware that is ripe for gaming. Online gamblers who prefer the bigger screen when compared to a mobile device like smartphone or tablet, are sure to be interested in the selection we have compiled of the best notebooks for handling the latest online casino, poker and bingo titles. You can play games on a mac notebook or go for another approach depending on your needs and preferences. Let’s take a closer look.

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Dell XPS 13

Let’s get one thing from the start - this is a gorgeous notebook. That bezel-less display is just spectacular no manner where you view it from, and it packs quite a bunch for a 13.3 inch device. Thanks to the Intel HD Graphics 520 you will be able to enjoy the latest casino games at full quality, and the very fast Intel Core i5-6200U processor will enable you to not only run multiple games at once in your browser but also go through work and other things like entertainment and watching movies effortlessly. It is a tad expensive but for the specs and quality - it is well worth it. If you want to check out the performance of this notebook, you can check this list of online casinos in South Africa.

Asus Chromebook Flip

If you don’t want shelling a thousand dollars or more for a new notebook for your gambling needs, the Asus Chromebook Flip is a very, very affordable alternative. You might think Chromebooks to be some kind of cheap experiment but thanks to Asus’s ingenuity and Google’s skills at delivering a very solid OS in Chrome, you might find this to be the perfect online gambling device. Packed with a great selection of components for such a small device, with a solid metal casing and a huge battery life, you just can’t go wrong if you plan on playing slots all night long.

MacBook Air (13-inch)

If you are a fan of Apple and you want the best bang for your buck, you are in luck! Their excellent 13-inch MacBook Air is not only great in price but in performance too, with a Dual Core i5 Processor by Intel and the HD 6000 graphics card which both ensure smooth online performance when running the latest in online casino and poker gambling. Thanks to its amazing screen and LED-backlit glossy display you will be hard pressed to find a better alternative on the market. Oh and the 13h battery life doesn’t hurt either.

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Asus RoG G752

For those of you who do not want to compromise and want to play other games besides online casino titles and video poker, the Asus RoG G752 is definitely a viable option. While a tad pricey, it offers unparalleled gaming performance on a notebook, with a very fast mobile GPU (the best at the moment) an excellent screen that reduces the glare even on a bright summers day, ton of storage and lots of RAM. Only drawback - it weights like 4kgs which is excessive for such a small device. With that being said, you cannot handle all that power without a little bit of weight.

Alienware 17 R3

Last but not least, if you are a true gaming fanatic who just can’t sit still and has to move about, then the updated, 17 inch version of the R3 model by Alienware is a definite overkill across all sectors. You can run 100 different online casino software applications at ONCE and this beast won’t even sweat it - this is the ultimate mobile machine for multitaskers. You can watch a movie, stream a series, play your favorite casino games and PLAY another title in a window, and there will be zero lag. All of this comes at a price of course, but the design and overall quality in performance might just be worth it (if you are so inclined).

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