Michael Dell, founder of the world�s largest computer company who sees a lot of potential in computer gaming said that he�d spent a week-end asking game architects and designers what they want to see in gaming laptop computer systems and other types of PCs.
What does this mean for the gaming laptop computer shopper in the next few years? Better machines, better prices and especially a better gaming experience thanks to notebooks that are manufactured primarily for that purpose.
Even today, most gaming notebooks are actually multimedia computers that tend to have specs that can make a game run smoothly. But what if future gaming laptop computer systems were specifically designed to enrich the experience?
Will the gaming laptop computer of the future have a different keyboard layout? Will it have better sound? Amidst all features, will it allow the gamer to be ultra mobile meaning that the life of the battery has to be long? Will the gaming notebook of the future allow the user to pimp it according to his or her preferences?
For instance, if a given user wants a different keyboard to accommodate his preferences, will the gaming laptop computer be designed to let the owner exchange one keyboard over another in a matter of seconds?
All these are questions whose answers will come to light in a few years. What we know today is that the computer industry is paying close attention to the gaming segment and that they are providing it with the right tools to enjoy the experience instead of the gamer being limited.
I�ll keep my eyes on Alienware, Voodoo PC and Dell as they seem to be the principal manufacturers racing to develop better gaming laptop computer systems and who are ahead of the competition.
As they unleash interesting models, I will keep you informed. Keep coming back to see if there are any developments!