I suspect 2021's gaming laptops might be a little too technologically advanced


SOURCE: PCGAMER.COM
DEC 27, 2021

Some tech we've tested this year has been pretty out of this world.

This year has been filled to the brim with super high-end gaming laptops. Checking out machines like the Gigabyte Aorus 17X YD has been fascinating to say the least, but as much as I love to tinker with them, I'm afraid to delve into any more laptop reviews... for fear of what I might become.

Since testing the last one, I've been carrying an immense, and unbearable weight; a weight of knowledge I'm sure was unintended for my frail mortal mind. Let's start at the beginning, so you might understand the perplexity of my burden, and perhaps help me work through it.

It was June, the height of summer, and the last place I wanted to be was indoors testing gaming laptops. When the sun finally breaks through the clouds in England, I'd rather be making the most of it.

So there I was, hunched over my desk in the office, trying to get this machine testing out of the way as fast as possible, so I could get back to froclicking through wheat fields and the like.