Gaming notebooks are typically massive machines that you need to lift weights just to be able to carry it around with you on a daily basis. The large notebooks are typically associated with other things too, like high prices and short battery life.
Still, gamers who like to frequent LAN parties or just don't have enough room in a dorm or on their desk for a full desktop often find themselves shopping for a gaming notebook. Today we are going to check out the very impressive Gateway P-7808u FX. Once you get an eye full of the specifications on this machine you will wonder how exactly Gateway was able to cram so much gaming goodness into the notebook at such an affordable price.
The Gateway P-7808u FX proves that gaming notebooks need not break the $2,000 barrier to offer impressive specifications, but the proof is in the pudding as the old adage goes. The true worth of the Gateway P-7808u FX lies in how well it performs. Read on to see if the Gateway P-7808u FX's performance is as good as its price.
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