Gaming Laptops of 2022

We’ve put up a list of the best gaming laptops to make it easier for you to choose your ideal machine, including models from well-known manufacturers like Alienware, Acer, Lenovo, MSI, Razer, Dell, and more. Over the course of a year, we evaluate more than 150 laptops at every price range and for every conceivable usage. We can assist you in finding the ideal gaming laptop, whether you’re searching for a powerful gaming system with all the bells and whistles, a nice mid-tier laptop that can play games at respectable frame rates, or a cheap gaming system that can play most games.

m17 R5 Alienware (AMD Advantage)

The most powerful 17-inch AMD gaming laptop ever created by AMD and Alienware is the Alienware m15 R5. Performance-wise, the AMD Ryzen 9 6900XT and Radeon RX 6850M XT GPU are both impressive, frequently outperforming counterparts powered by Intel and Nvidia.


And that’s with a lot of assistance from the AMD Advantage software package, which is meant to get the most performance possible out of the system under any circumstance. The cherry on top is the gorgeous 4K display, powerful speakers, and extremely low-profile Cherry MX. Oh, plus it’s a stunning system with the Legend 2.0 design.


ROG Zephyrus M16 from Asus (2022)

The Asus ROG Zephyrus M16 (2022) is really stylish right out of the box. It’s hard not to be impressed with the ROG Zephyrus M16 update with its svelte, off-black shine, Asus’ recognizable dot matrix design, and a small 15-inch chassis maximizing the big 16-inch WQXGA (2560 x 1600) display. It only gets better when you look inside the engine.


Along with a 12th Gen Intel Core i9 CPU, the Asus ROG Zephyrus M16 (2022) also has an RTX 3070 Ti GPU. What happened? Power is beautiful. It’s the noteworthy change we’ve been waiting for since the model from 2021, thanks in large part to its stunning 16-inch display.

GP76 MSI Vector

The MSI Vector GP76 is an advancement over the company’s previous Leopard series of less expensive (but still high-end) gaming laptops. The 17.3-inch, 1080p, 360Hz-refresh Vector GP76 features an Intel Core i9-12900HK processor, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti GPU with 8GB of VRAM, 32GB of RAM, and a 1TB SSD. It’s a tempting set of specifications for gamers thirsty for the best performance. It’s a formidable configuration that is not likely to let you down.

With a 17.3-inch, 1920 x 1080 display that offers a blisteringly fast 360Hz refresh rate, the MSI Vector GP76’s display clearly favors speed above resolution. This will appeal to gamers who like quick-twitch FPS games or racing games. The Vector GP76 is one of MSI’s more cheap laptops, but it didn’t skimp on the internals for gamers. The GeForce RTX 3070 Ti GPU from Nvidia has 8GB of VRAM, making it more than capable of handling any gaming workload you can throw at it, especially on a 1080p display. The Vector GP76’s RGB-backlit keys provide strong key travel and a springy response that makes typing on it both enjoyable and speedy.


Legion 5 Pro by Lenovo

The Lenovo Legion 5 Pro is a testament to what is possible when two diametrically opposed forces cooperate. These forces are AMD and Nvidia, and the gaming industry as a whole benefit. Gamers can run the newest AAA games at Ultra graphics settings on the Legion 5 Pro thanks to its AMD Ryzen 7 5800 CPU and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 GPU.


The keyboard on the Legion 5 Pro is among the nicest I’ve ever used. A brilliant and vibrant 16-inch display, a wide range of connectors, and a respectable battery life go hand in hand with a pleasant typing experience. The Legion 5 Pro is priced competitively, which is the best part. Furthermore, it lacks dazzling aesthetics.


ROG Strix G15 Advantage Edition from Asus

With its reliable power and extraordinarily extended battery life, Asus has demonstrated how far AMD has gone in the laptop market. And that’s just with the CPU. Consider the potential of an AMD-only machine. With an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX CPU and Radeon RX 6800M GPU included in its most recent model, the G15, the Asus ROG Strix G15 Advantage Edition goes beyond simple speculation.

The outcome? For less than $2,000, you can have a badass system that offers heaps of horsepower, substantial longevity, and a variety of Asus and AMD-branded tools that significantly improve the gaming experience.


x17 R2 Alienware

The Alienware x17 R2, which has rapidly become a favorite of Laptop Mag, has gained a significant amount of power.


The Intel Core i7-12900HK CPU, which is the 12th generation model, is first and foremost. The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti GPU follows, which has dominated every test we have given. You get a very powerful gaming laptop when you combine that with the really clicky Cherry MX keyboard, the potent Dolby Atmos audio, and one of the quickest transfer rates I’ve ever seen on a laptop.


Asus ROG Flow X16

The Asus ROG Flow X16 happens when a goliath gaming PC gets freaky with a convertible ultraportable — and the outcome is radiant. It’s a great big screen ultraportable — a convertible, enhanced with a discreet stylish, matched with firm power that refines how you mess around in a hurry. The quad speakers on the ROG Stream X16 with Dolby Atmos give noteworthy clearness and a fair measure of bass. That, however, they can stand their ground at high volumes as well.


With a brutal AMD Ryzen 6900HS central processor, up to an RTX 3070 Ti GPU, and a lot of DDR5 Smash, a small Driven show that is a treat for the eyes, and a 360-degree pivot that makes this apparatus.


Predator Triton 500 SE by Acer (2022)

The new Predator Triton 500 SE from Acer is a stylish, understated powerhouse that you can sneak into the office and use to complete almost a day’s worth of work. Additionally, if you connect during your lunch break, you can defeat your adversaries and resume your work. This Predator has a magnificent all-aluminum, the gun-metal grey casing that is office-elegant, concealing its robust gaming genes. It has a 12th Gen Intel Core i9 CPU and Nvidia’s strong 3080Ti GPU with 16 GB of VRAM. You’ll be intrigued by the subtle aggression that even its air vents exude.


When you open the Predator and see the 16-inch, 16:10 aspect ratio, it feels lighter and appears smaller than you might anticipate.


Blade Pro 17 from Razer

Razer continues to adhere to the motto “go big or go home.” The newest Razer Blade Pro 17 aims to combine the features of a workstation and a gaming laptop in a sleek, thin CNC aluminum package. It is the most recent to combine Nvidia’s brand-new RTX Super GPUs with Intel’s 10th Gen octa-core H-series CPU. Additionally, Razer has increased the refresh rate of its always gorgeous screens to 300Hz, which should be music to the ears of gamers seeking buttery smooth visuals for real precision.

These potent specifications enable the laptop to go head-to-head with its top rivals in both gaming and multitasking. The Blade Pro 17 also performs admirably on our battery test, which lasted over 5 hours. Additionally, it includes a fantastic camera, which is a rarity for laptops in general.

2022 Gaming Laptop Price in Bangladesh

Gaming Laptop
Price in BD
Acer Nitro 5 || 15.6″ 144Hz FHD || R7 5800H || 8GB || 512GB SSD || RTX 3060 6GB 144,900
Acer Nitro 5 || 15.6″ 144Hz FHD ||  R5 5600H || 16GB || 512GB SSD || RTX 3060 6GB 134,900
ASUS ROG Strix G15 G513RM || 15.6″ 300Hz FHD || Ryzen™ 7 6800H || 16GB || 1TB SSD || RTX 3060 6GB 199,000
Asus TUF Gaming A15 FA507RE || 15.6″ 144Hz FHD || Ryzen™ 7 6800H || 8GB || 512GB SSD || 3050Ti 4GB 137,900
HP Victus 15 FA0031DX || 15.6″ 144Hz FHD ||  i5-12450H || 8GB || 512GB SSD || GTX™ 1650 4GB 99,900
Lenovo Legion 5 || 15.6″ 144Hz FHD ||  i7-12700H || 16GB || 512GB SSD || RTX 3070 8GB 239,000
Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 15ACH6  || 15.6″ 120Hz FHD ||  R5 5600H || 8GB  || 512GB SSD || RTX 3050Ti  4GB 115,900