ROG is a subsidiary of Asus and both them and MSI have a line of laptops which are purely for gaming. I considered getting an MSI GS60 Ghost Pro myself before settling with this Asus number. Sager takes Clevo (an OEM laptop manufacturer) barebones laptops and configures them for sale to third-party retailers. Consider getting a laptop from them if you do upgrade your Alienware as all three have better bang for the buck than Alienware, Sager especially.
Of course, there are a lot of other options out there in the market but those four generally make some really solid options for the average guy who wants to have a gaming laptop, Sager being the budget option and Alienware the premium option with ROG and MSI falling in the middle.
Nah, I'm getting a full-blown desktop setup (lol, same terminology as audiophilia) next.
Since you described Alienware as the premium option, does that mean they're actually better? Alienware is known as a luxury brand and all...
Although the goal is supposedly to achieve maximum appreciation of the music, those afflicted with this condition are merely obsesed with their electronics.
Todd was in deep denial concerning his audiophilia nervosa, and his wife was on the verge of calling a divorce lawyer.
Edited by Music Alchemist - 8/2/14 at 10:37am