Laptops are always a popular choice when it comes to computing and if it was actually possible to buy a laptop that was as good as some of the PCs with less than $ 100 that we created for a similar price, then I'm sure they would be even more popular, especially with the players.
But what happens when you actually buy a laptop for less than $ 100 under the assumption that you can play? We knew that looking at the specifications would not be adequate, but for your average consumer it might not be so obvious. For this video, we went looking for the cheapest laptop we could find that was advertised as a "games" machine, just to see what kind of performance I could expect. Let's say it was not the best gaming experience of all time.
Specifications for Super Budget "Gaming" laptops:
Intel Celeron N2840 dual-core CPU at 2.16 GHz
4GB DDR3 Ram
500GB hard drive
Intel HD Graphics (Uh-Oh)
Call of Duty 2
Grand Theft Auto V
Thanks for watching 🙂
Video credits to RandomGaminginHD YouTube channel