List of Quad Core Laptops – Top 10 – with Image Galleries

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A quad-core processor is the best and the fastest processor currently available. Even considering the rate of evolution of the computer industry, it remains certain that the quad-core is here to stay for at least the three or four years.

Some may argue that the choice of a laptop isn’t really about the latest technology but when there is a processor of this caliber bearing advanced capabilities; it is very difficult to ignore. The quad-core is especially appealing to those who are into high-end gaming or deal with graphics and video editing on a regular basis.

So here are the most prominent quad-core laptops or notebooks in the market today, presented in no particular order:

(1) Asus G51VX-A1 15.6-inch

Asus G51VX-A1


The drawing factor to this laptop is that you are getting a complete system but it still retains its portability. Its keyboard and its display are backlit; it has palmrests and a full number pad in the keyboard, allowing for ease of use. Not everyone may like the aesthetics due to its eye-catching and unusual design but no one will argue with its solid performance as a desktop replacement. For more details, check out this review.

(2) Alienware M17x



It is known for its efficiency and the comfort it provides for its users. There are plenty of reasons why Alienware considers it to be its flagship model. It is the ultimate powerhouse. It should be mentioned that unlike others, the M17x gaming laptop could never be mistaken for another notebook due to its unique display lid or its illuminated logo. If you want to find out more, please read this review.

(3) Gateway P-7808u FX



It’s mind-boggling how this laptop got all these features fitted into it. It boasts of having a large keyboard with attached numeric keypad. Battery life is impressive. While the screen isn’t as glossy as the other gaming laptops and can’t compare with its rivals in terms of resolution, it still is passable. You can view tweaktown’s opinion here.


(4) Acer Aspire 8930G-7665



Unlike the gaming laptops that have loud designs, this laptop is sleek and business-like. It is a very competent multimedia laptop and would work well on any activity, whether it’s games, business applications, or graphics. For more information, take a look at this product review.

(5) HP Envy 15



Aside from being significantly thin and light, it boasts to have a performance that’s unsurpassed in its category. The 15-inch laptop may only be an inch thick but it is loaded with quad core processors, 16 GB of RAM, dual 128GB SSD drives in a RAID configuration and dedicated ATI graphics with 1 GB of video memory. Isn’t that just amazing? For more of this laptop’s astounding features, view this article.

(6) Dell Precision M6400 Covet



Brace yourself for the high cost of this mobile workstation. The price is well deserved however, since it has been proven to be extremely capable of running CAD and other design software. It is a dependable machine specifically built for advanced applications involved in video editing for instance. It looks jaw-droppingly gorgeous as well to match its performance. To make a decision on whether this laptop is for you, view this Dell Covet review.

(7) Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds



This is definitely one laptop for professionals. It is also meant for those who have larger-than-average budgets. It does have an imposing appearance and you would need to be quite strong to lug this laptop around but its features are worth their weight. It can accomplish complex tasks, such as applications related to audio-visual production, with the greatest of ease. Its most interesting feature — a secondary display – is an incredibly convenient accessory. It has plenty other innovations that are sure to delight anyone. Guess who else agrees with our Lenovo Thinkpad review.

(8) Asus G71 quad-core



This is one of the first gaming laptops to be introduced to the market. As with any model that runs on a quad-core processor, it runs at an impressive speed. The screen is benefited by an nVidia GeForce 9700M GT GDDR3 512MB graphics card and 4GB of DDR2 SDRAM running at 1333MHz. The processor can be tweaked to only work as fast as the user wants it to work. Also programmable are its lighting effects that perhaps only gamers could appreciate. To see how another site has assessed this laptop, check out this Asus laptop review.


(9) Gateway P79003FX



Although this laptop is newly launched, it has already created a lot of buzz. It is a 17” (1440×900) laptop with a Core 2 Quad Q9000 (2GHz), 4GB of RAM, 500GB of HDD, Blu-ray Drive, eSATA, HDMI, WIFI, and Bluetooth among other features. The laptop is intended for high-end games or multimedia use. It is a bit pricey but it does have high-specs so if this sounds like a fit to your requirements.

(10) HP Pavilion DV7-2180US



What’s remarkable with this laptop is its widescreen display that goes well with HP MediaSmart for access to videos, photos, or any type of streaming. This laptop features Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q9000, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 with up to 1 GB dedicated memory, 6 GB DDR2 RAM (2 Dimm) (8 GB Max), 500GB (5400RPM) Hard Drive (SATA), and SuperMulti 8X DVD±R/RW with LightScribe and Double Layer Support. See what has to say about it.

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