With chip shortages and supply chain crises and economic downturns, about the only way that you can get your hands on a new GPU is to actually buy a whole
gaming laptop. Those are not in short supply; however, they are not what you may term as affordable, see the economic downturn comment. Be that as it may, if you have the budget, you have a choice of any number of gaming laptops and Asus is adding one to that growing list with the Zephyrus M16.
The M16 is a solid laptop with very little screen flex or deck flex. The latter ensures that keyboard is solid and that when you are engrossed in an intense battle your harder than required key presses don’t result in deck moving and possibly activating keys you did not press. The screen is near bezel-less making for one of the larger and more attractive panels in a laptop. The top bezel is thin but not too thin for a camera. The near edge to edge design ensures that the screen is a handy 16 inches while keeping the physical measurements at a tiny fourteen inches.
The screen is near bezel-less making for one of the larger and more attractive panels in a laptop.
Running Cinebench, the single and multi-core results were excellent, although the CPU did thermal throttle during both tests.
As a gaming laptop, the M16 shines.
Grumpy Old Man who still collects toys (THEY. ARE. NOT. DOLLS), PC Gamer lured to the Dark Side of console gaming, comic book reader and fan of all things pop culture.
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22 November 2021
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