Newest, hottest, cheapest and best gaming laptops, tablets and smartphones for 2016

We’ve rounded up the best new gaming laptops and tablets to hit the market for 2016.

Here are the best and cheapest new gaming computers and tablets available for 2016, according to our picks.

The best gaming PCs, gaming laptops For the most part, these are the laptops you’d expect to find on a gaming PC list.

We’ve included our own list of the top gaming laptops for 2016 because we think they’re a good guide to the quality and price of the gaming machines you can buy.

They’re all affordable enough to consider if you’re willing to spend a little extra.

Intel Core i7-4790K, Intel Core M5-4200U, AMD Ryzen 7 1700X, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 12GB RAM, 32GB SSD The Intel Core X3-8100 comes with an Intel Core I7-3770K processor, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.

It comes with a Radeon RX 580 graphics card and an 8,400mAh battery.

The Intel X99-Deluxe, the newest gaming laptop on the market, is the most affordable laptop on this list, with a $799 price tag.

If you want something more powerful, you’ll want to pick up a GeForce GTX 1050 or RX 570 gaming laptop.

Intel i7 8700K, 8G RAM, 8 GB SSD, 128GB SSD Intel’s Core i5-4470 processor comes with 8GB RAM and 16GB SSD storage.

You’ll be able to upgrade to a more powerful 8G processor with the Ryzen 7 1800X or a higher-end Ryzen 7 1700.

The Core i9-7900X, AMD’s new flagship gaming laptop, comes with 4GB RAM with 64GB SSD and is priced at $1,199.

The Ryzen 7 1500X, a quad-core chip with 8G of RAM, 256GB of SSD storage and $799 is priced similarly.

For a little more performance, you can get a Ryzen 7 1620 and a Ryzen 8 1800 with a base clock of 2.8GHz and an unlocked multiplier.

Intel Atom Z1780 quad-Core, Intel Atom C2820, Intel HD Graphics 4600, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 64GB PCIe SSD Intel has introduced the new Atom Z5-6500 quad-chip with 4GHz of RAM.

It’s powered by Intel’s Atom Z2550 and comes with Intel HD 4400 graphics and 4GB of DDR3 memory.

You can get this Intel CPU with a 64GB of PCIe SSD and get a bit more performance with Intel Iris Plus Pro graphics.

Intel HD 4800, Intel Iris Pro, 2GB RAM Intel has launched the Atom Z4-6550 quad- and quad-cores with 8GHz of memory and a 4GB PCIe memory slot.

The new Intel Iris 5100 is paired with Intel’s Iris Pro 5000 and comes in 16GB, 32 and 64GB configurations.

It supports the latest games like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Hitman GO and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and has 4K graphics.

The company is also introducing a new 8-core CPU called the Atom X5-5500.

This quad-processor is powered by the Intel Atom X6-4570 and has a 4GHz base and turbo clock speed, respectively.

The Atom Z4500, a dual-core processor with 3GHz of DDR4 RAM, is priced lower than the Z5 series and is not yet available.

Intel Xeon E3-1225, Intel Xeon C2640, Intel Haswell-E, 4GHz RAM, 128 GB SSD Intel is releasing the Intel Xeon Core E3 v3.0, a two-core, quad-socket processor that offers up to 64GB RAM.

Intel’s Xeon E5-2600 v4 is a four-core version with a Turbo boost clock of 3.6GHz.

It has a 16GB of flash memory, up to 256GB and supports Intel Iris graphics and 64MB of RAM as well.

Intel Iris Extreme Graphics is a new graphics standard from Intel, which is meant to bring high-performance graphics to all-in-one PCs.

You won’t be able just to upgrade the processor from the CPU, the graphics card or the SSD to get a better graphics card with the Xeon E4-2400 v3, which has a maximum clock speed of 3GHz.

Intel Hasselbeck Xeon E6-2460 v4, Intel Skylake E5, Intel Z170 Express, Intel Piledriver E5 processor, 16GB DDR4, 128 or 256GB PCIe PCIe SSDs Intel is also offering an Intel Xeon X5 series with a maximum turbo clock of 4.3GHz and supports Iris graphics, 64MB and 256GB memory, Intel Turbo Boost technology and up to four displays.

Intel Ivy Bridge-E Processor E5 (formerly E5 v2), Intel Xeon Z3560