10 Best Gaming Laptops in Kenya: Light and Thin Laptops you can find 2021
The combination of fragile and light cases with powerful hardware makes these gaming notebooks particularly interesting for users who want to use their laptop on the go and do everyday work on their computer in addition to games, with gaming remaining the main focus. Here you will find the best ultra-mobile gaming laptops that sledge.co.ke found.
The Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model (Early 2021) takes the top spot from its predecessor, making our complete list of light and thin gaming laptops even more dominated by Razer.
What sounded like a bad joke a few years ago has long since become standard practice for notebooks. Thanks to new manufacturing techniques and architectures, processors and graphics cards are becoming smaller and more energy-efficient and easier to cool, making it possible to design ever thinner housings. Although high-end notebooks still dominate powerful 17-inch racing cars, the narrow gamer range is constantly growing.
Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model
Its CPU still comes from the Comet Lake series. Its NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 laptop GPU makes it one of the most influential models and at the same time light and thin. In addition, it convinces with good battery life and an arrow-fast 360 Hz display.
The Razer Blade Advanced Model 2021 convinces with a 360 Hz display, good battery life and powerful RTX 3080.
Razer Blade 15 (2020 Advanced)
The Blade 15 from Razer exists in a basic version and as a better-equipped Advanced version. The latter has vapour chamber cooling, a high-quality 300 Hz display and successful input devices. I find the Core i7-10875H and a GeForce RTX 2070 Super Max-Q very handy in this gadget as it provides plenty of gaming power
Razer Blade 15 Base Model
The entry-level configuration of the new Razer Blade 15 costs about 229,861 Kenyan shillings with RTX 3060. For this, you get a 144 Hz display, 16 GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD. The gaming performance is slightly higher than its predecessor with RTX 2070, especially in high resolutions and details.
Unfortunately, despite the relatively high price, features such as charging via USB-C or individual RGB key illumination are still missing. In addition, you can not run CPU and GPU at the same time at maximum performance. You have to use only one
Schenker XMG Pro 15
The Schenker XMG Pro 15, with its RTX 3080, is one of the high-performance gamers. The laptop has little in common with its predecessor but inherits the thin aluminium housing of a Schenker
A thin metal housing, high performance, a 300 Hz display, Thunderbolt 3 are the pluses of the XMG Pro 15. We see a need to catch up in terms of volume and temperature.
Aorus 15P XC
Mmmh, what do you think about the Lake eight-core processor, GeForce RTX 3070, 32 GB of memory (dual-channel mode), space for two NVMe SSDs and a responsive display (FHD, IPS, 240 Hz). There is criticism for the below-average maximum brightness of the screen as well as the missing Thunderbolt port. However, the performance is correct, and the device also scores with good battery life, which is somewhat unusual for gamers.
Good battery life, RTX 2070 and two SSD slots are opposed by a missing Thunderbolt port, especially the dark screen.
The Aorus 15P XC is currently listed in the XC-8DE2430SH (Core i7-10870H, GeForce RTX 3070, 32 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, 240 Hz display) at a price of just under Ksh 242,000
Razer Blade 15 (2020 base model)
Despite the sleek chassis, Razer only packs high-end hardware under the hood. You will find a Core i7-10750H and a lightning-fast GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q on this powerful gadget. The created pictures are made upon an OLED display with 3,840 x 2,160 pixels.
In addition to the first-class performance, the positive side is the easy maintenance, the stable and visually appealing chassis and the modern connection equipment. On the other hand, there is criticism for the steep temperature development and the moderate battery life.
Schenker Key 15
The Schenker Key 15 is based on a chassis from Clevo. The PC50DN2 barebone impresses with a combination of a slim appearance and powerful hardware. More than a Core i7-10875H and a GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q can currently hardly be operated in a 2 kg light and almost 2 cm flat housing.
Thanks to the individual configuration, the Key 15 is generally adapted to the buyer's personal needs. There are also plus points for the 144 Hz FHD panel (optional 4K OLED) and the Thunderbolt 3 port. On the contra side, on the other hand, we would have a high temperature and noise development under load.
Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED XB
Gigabyte reissues its Aero 15 and gives the 15-inch new housing, which is still quite discreet and boasts a low height. One of the most significant innovations turns out to be the high-contrast and bright OLED display, which often causes reflections due to the glossy surface. In addition, buyers have to put up with a high background noise under load. Technically, the tested Aero 15 XB can boast a Core i7-10875H and a GeForce RTX 2070 Super Max-Q.
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Asus Zephyrus G15
Asus now has so many thin & light gaming notebooks on offer that you can quickly lose track. One of the best representatives of this category is the Zephyrus G15, which is available with a Ryzen 9 5900HS and a GeForce RTX 3080 laptop GPU, which can only develop its performance to a limited extent due to the low TGP (100 watts including Dynamic Boost).
Otherwise, the white 15-inch case offers surprisingly good sound, lush battery life and a colourful WQHD panel. There are point deductions for the missing webcam, the partially soldered memory and the suboptimal keyboard layout.
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