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Laptops and Flash Games

25 Jan 2010 | Miscellaneous |  7 comments
Laptops Laptops and Flash Games – Overview
In this short article about Laptops, Deimos will attempt to share what he knows about both Laptops and Flash Games. Some very basic things like what kind of Laptops would be suitable for casual Flash Games gaming, cheap Laptops, affordable Laptops, expensive Laptops, etc.

Laptops and Flash Games
Flash Games are basically casual, simple games that is normally played in any typical Internet Browser such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari etc. Normally, Flash Games does not have high computer hardware requirements and can be played in most PC Desktops or Laptops smoothly without any problems.

However, nowadays some Flash Games have become more complex, sporting better graphics and complex physics, rag dolls, special effects etc in the game and thus a more powerful processor is required to play some of the newer, processor hungry Flash Games smoothly. A powerful graphic card is not required though.

Laptops would be a nice mobile platform to play some simple and casual Flash Games as by default, cheaper Laptops often comes with a weak integrated graphic cards that is not suitable for heavy gaming, games with impressive 3D graphics etc. Flash Games only need a decent processor and most affordable range Laptops comes with at least an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0ghz which should be enough for most nowadays Flash Games out there.

Laptops Malfunction Rates
Reference to the above chart, it seems that Asus would be the most reliable brand for Laptops given that the malfunction rate is about 10% for 2 years and 15.6% for 3 years projection. So if you would like to purchase some Laptops be sure to avoid HP brand and consider Asus brand. Dell is not that bad also as it is in the middle.

Laptops and Deimos
Deimos does not own many Laptops, only one old one that his elder brother gave him many years ago but that old set is a bit faulty now. Being poor and still heavy in debts, Deimos will not purchase any Laptops now. Perhaps later when there really is a need and when Deimos is much wealthier.

Deimos’s Daily Reads
No reads for today.

Deimos’s Thoughts
Laptops are getting more and more powerful nowadays, though still not as powerful as desktop computers, at least them Laptops are useful for mobile computing purposes.

Deimos Asks
Do you own any Laptops? What brand are you using? Why?


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  1. 29th April 2010 
    10:07 am         

    said the following:

    Humm… But isn’t the biggest problem with laptops and games the control, and not the technology? Quite many of the games are only comfortable when played with a real mouse, whereas laptop keyboard and touch pad make playing a horror.

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  3. 28th May 2010 
    8:20 am         

    Isabelle Gonzales
    said the following:

    Mobile computing is on the rise these days. Maybe we will get a dual core powered cellphones in the future.;.~

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  5. 30th May 2010 
    9:00 am         

    said the following:

    I have a problem. I have an acer laptop and it plays flash games pretty good it’s just that the controls are weird. In some flash games you move your character with the arrow keys or WASD. When I play the keys lock and I have my character running in one direction!! I can’t play any games that require those controls. Do you know how to fix it?

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  7. 26th July 2010 
    11:14 pm         

    Diego Gray
    said the following:

    mobile computing nowadays is not yet very powerful compared to netbooks but time will come that it would become like that.-`~

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  9. 6th August 2010 
    1:06 am         

    Reverse Phone Trace
    said the following:

    Great article. Laptops are almost in every household today.

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  11. 13th September 2010 
    12:32 am         

    Skye Hussain
    said the following:

    mobile computing always have a growing trend in the succeding years“’

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  13. 21st December 2010 
    1:13 am         

    Water Filter
    said the following:

    we need some smaller and energy efficient microprocessors to support mobile computing :’,