By Paul J. Richards, The Associated PressWhat is a gaming PC?

To most people, the answer is simple: A computer that lets you play video games.

But to those who’ve built their own PCs, it’s a bit more complicated.

For starters, a gaming computer is different than a normal desktop computer, where a processor, hard drive and a display are typically the core components.

That means the components you need for your PC aren’t necessarily included in the box.

For instance, a laptop computer might have a graphics card, but it might not be included in that laptop.

Similarly, a smartphone might have an internal storage unit, but that internal storage isn’t included with the smartphone.

The hardware inside a gaming laptop can vary wildly, depending on what you need to do with it.

If you need a laptop to play games, a $2,500 gaming laptop might be all you need.

On the other hand, if you need one to watch Netflix or listen to podcasts, you’ll want to pay a little more.

While most laptops can be upgraded to add a powerful graphics card or expand its memory, there are also a few models that can be customized with even more bells and whistles.

A $1,500 computer with a $1.99 terabyte hard drive or an $1 million computer with 512GB of RAM might be more than enough for you to get the most out of your computer.

If you’re looking for a computer with an impressive display and a powerful processor, though, you might want to consider a higher-end gaming laptop.

In fact, there’s a wide range of gaming laptops in the $1-5,000 range, from $1 to $5,999.

But some of the priciest laptops you’ll find in the gaming space might be ones that can easily run a single-core processor and a 1080p display, like the Dell Latitude 1155, which comes with a Core i5 processor and an Nvidia GeForce GT 650M graphics chip.

You’ll also find a wide array of gaming desktops, from the $2.5-4,000 price range to the $6,500 price range.

These models can feature more powerful CPUs and GPUs, and they usually come with more RAM.

That could be enough to play a video game like Gears of War or Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, or watch Netflix.

But you might not need a $7,000 gaming laptop for a more demanding game like Destiny or FIFA.

Most gaming laptops offer one or two storage options, but they usually only have a small amount of RAM, which can be more of an issue if you have more than one person online at a time.

If your computer needs more memory, you can buy a more powerful gaming notebook, such as the Dell Inspiron 15 7000, which has a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and 16GB of DDR3L RAM.

If your computer doesn’t have enough RAM, you could also consider buying a gaming keyboard.

This could include gaming mice, keyboards, and trackpads.

You’ll also need to buy a high-end case, since you’ll need to add your own speakers and speakers that fit over the bottom of your gaming laptop, so you’ll have to replace them.

You can even buy a case to help keep your gaming computer from getting crushed during a fall.

While many gaming laptops come with a dedicated graphics card and other components that you’ll probably need to plug into your computer’s USB port, some don’t.

You might want a more versatile gaming laptop with a more flexible processor, for instance.

If this is the case, you may want to look into the Razer Blade Stealth, which is a $15,000 computer that includes a powerful Core i3-7100 processor, 8GB of Nvidia GeForce GTX 980M graphics, an 8-megapixel camera and a 1TB hard drive.

The $20,000 laptop from Lenovo has a Core M processor and Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 graphics chip, but its processor isn’t as powerful as the Core i6 model.

That said, you don’t need to upgrade the system, because the gaming laptop includes a 256GB SSD.

If this is your budget, the Dell Venue 8700, which ships with a Quad Core Core i4-7200U processor, 4GB of GDDR5 RAM and a 512GB SSD, might be your best bet.

You won’t need a separate display or a separate hard drive, but the laptop will have more storage and faster graphics performance.