While desktops are generally preferred when it comes to gaming, due to the ease of swapping out parts for upgrades, cheaper parts for upgrades, and better cooling, there are some who are too busy or who travel too often to get a desktop.
Instead these people will have to rely on gaming laptops instead in order to get their gaming needs on. There are plenty of brands out there to choose from, such as Alienware, ASUS, Samsung, and MSI, although the latter has recently announced a new gaming laptop at CeBIT 2014 in the form of the GS60 Ghost Pro.
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A couple of weeks ago, we reported that the Android 4.4 KitKat update would soon be making its way onto devices like the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, and sure enough it has. According to a report from the XDA Developers forum, it seems that the update has begun to make its way to users in Hong Kong (model number C6833), meaning that we expect it might take a while before it reaches other parts of the world.
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