If you’d told me a week ago that the most exciting thing I was going to see at PAX Australia was a bunch of laptops I would’ve told you to piss off.
Quite possibly the last thing that comes to my mind when someone says the word “gaming” is to then follow it with “laptop”. Laptops throughout history have been notoriously underpowered or outdated in comparison to their desktop counterparts. Attempts to bridge the gap in the past have been largely farcical producing laptops so thick and heavy they’re ultimately just as immobile as a desktop anyway.
So imagine my surprise when I walked into a closed briefing where on display is not one but three NVIDIA MAX-Q branded laptops and I’m told by their Senior PR Manager, Bryan Del Rizzo, that “Today; more gaming laptops are sold than PlayStations and Xboxs combined”.
Get the fudge outta town! Continue reading