I don't see what's so funny about requesting a touchscreen laptop with specs for gaming.
"Omg guys, this guy want's something different than us, lets mess with him because he's different."
It runs Windows 8, that's basically a tablet OS with a keyboard, but with a basic windows OS on the side.
So what? I want to draw with a stylus and be able to see the drawing under the pen.
So what? I can use the touchscreen to test games my dev team makes for iOS.
So what? I like the option of having a portable system.
I don't see the issue. I'm not a PC gamer whom would sit in their room with the lights off,
trolling and gaming on a desktop all night long. I do digital arts, animation, music, game dev, and I play minecraft.
Is that funny to you all? I guess I'm missing the joke. See my signature pic? That took far too long using *click, drag, click, drag*
I would rather slide a pen on the screen and make a drawing in 1/10 of the time.
So I got tired of using a mouse, don't laugh, help a guy out, damn man. I appreciate the efforts of those who contributed, but when people post just to be a useless a-hole, I really question why I continue to attempt to be social to forums.
Enough ranting, I'm not even actually mad. I'm confused why this is a joke to some of you.
Now may I please get a few more links to recommended systems? Thank you.
The reason I laughed is because this people can't stop accepting that you want a laptop with touch.
Your no different from someone who wants a regular laptop.
I might help you , if you would tell me how much you would pay, and I will find a good one for that price.
BUT, Thank you PCAlex for providing a link. It's a little out of my price range, but I do see some used for $480.
If you reccommend this one well over the other I asked about, then I'll take your word for it. The reviews on amazon are very positive as well.
I can't recommend that over anything, because I haven't used it or anything else, I've only seen specs. But it looks decent enough for me.
Daniel, I appreciate all the help I can get. I was looking for 300-500, but if I have to, maybe 600.
It's a huge pain trying to make that money working part time.
Alex, tips on specs are always helpful, especially since I'm more on software than hardware.
Hardware is something I need to start studying up on.
Ace, that's an iPen... For iPads... Thanks anyway.
I'm just going to give it to you straight. There's absolutely no way you're going to get a touchscreen laptop that can record well for $600. If you're willing to just drop the idea of recording altogether, this will play Minecraft decently on medium settings: http://www.amazon.co...chscreen laptop
Well I have spent a few days looking at a few suggestions, and I can't really complain about this one.
What I need CPU : Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 (K8) 2.6 GHz RAM : 4GB GPU : GeForce 6xxx or ATI Radeon 9xxx and up with OpenGL 2.1 Support (Excluding Integrated Chipsets) HDD : 150MB
What it has
Processor 2.6 GHz Core i5 3230M RAM
6 GB DDR3 Memory Speed 1600 MHz Hard Drive 1000 GB SATA Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD 4000 Graphics Average Battery Life (in hours) 5 hours
Sometimes you can't really trust refurbished computers, as they can have weird issues. If you think it's worthwhile, go for it. Just be wary and don't be surprised if something goes wrong. I'm not saying it definitely will have issues, in fact it could work completely normally, just telling you to look out.
However I am no expert so I wouldn't make a decision based merely off of my input.