The GTX 1650 Max-Q by NVIDIA is here and the devices with it are already hitting the stores. The main “weapon” of the GTX 1650 Max-Q is its TDP which is just 35W (for example, the GTX 1650 TDP is 50W) and that means it’ll fit in light and thin devices.
Its brother, the GTX 1650 is available too, and if you are hesitating about which one of those two video cards is the right choice, you can read the following article.
If you want to know how the GTX 1650 stands next to GTX 1660 Ti Max-Q in terms of performance have a look here.
You can find detailed info about NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 here:
You can find detailed info about NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q here:
- [Top 3] The cheapest GeForce GTX 1650 laptops
- [Top 3] The cheapest GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q laptops
- Aorus 5
- ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 / FX705
- ASUS VivoBook K571
- ASUS ROG Strix G531 / G731 (Scar III / Hero III)
- Asus ZenBook 15 UX534
- Acer Nitro 5 (2019)
- Acer Nitro 7 (AN715-51)
- Acer Predator Triton 300
- Dell G5 5590
- Dell XPS 7590
- HP Omen 15
- HP Pavilion Gaming 17 2019
- HP Pavilion Gaming 15 2018
- HP Spectre x360 15
- Lenovo Legion Y540
- Lenovo L340 15
- Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme (Gen 2)
- MSI GL63
- MSI GF63
- MSI GF75 Thin
- List of all laptops with GeForce GTX 1650 (sorted by price)
- List of all laptops with GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q (sorted by price)
[Top 3] The cheapest GeForce GTX 1650 laptops
[Top 3] The cheapest GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q laptops
Aorus 5 series is all about gaming. Decent design, 144Hz IPS, Core i7 CPUs, backlit keyboard, you name it.
ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 / FX705
TUF Gaming FX505 is a part of the budget TUF series by ASUS targeted at the gamers looking for a good sub-$1000 notebook. Our tests show that the screen doesn’t have very good quality, however, it’s relatively safe for your eyes (PWM-Free). FX505 has very thin bezels and good-looking design, although we aren’t very satisfied with the build quality.
Read our detailed review here: ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 review
ASUS VivoBook K571
No review from us regarding ASUS VivoBook K571 but it seems like a capable laptop because of the 120Hz screen, the CPU options like i7-9750H, and the GTX 1650.
ASUS ROG Strix G531 / G731 (Scar III / Hero III)
We haven’t tested ASUS ROG Strix G531 yet but it looks like a great gaming notebook equipped with up to Intel Core i9-9880H and 15.6” Full HD 240 Hz IPS screen – what a beast.
15-inch variant (G531):
17-inch variant (G731):
Asus ZenBook 15 UX534
When we reviewed the ASUS ZenBook 15 UX534, we were very satisfied with the bezel-less design and the ErgoLift hinge. There is more – the great battery life and high performance.
Read our detailed review here: ASUS ZenBook 15 UX534 review
Acer Nitro 5 (2019)
Acer Nitro 5 (2019) codenamed AN515-54 for the 15″ configurations and AN517-51 for the 17″ configurations is a direct competitor to the TUF FX505. We’ve tested the 15-inch variant which surprised us with long battery life, RAID 0 support and good input devices. The main drawback is that it gets really hot after continuous gaming.
Read our detailed review here: Acer Nitro 5 (2019) review
15-inch variant (AN515-54):
17-inch variant (AN517-51):
Acer Nitro 7 (AN715-51)
Acer Nitro 7 (AN715-51) is the more premium representative of the Nitro line. Compared to Nitro 5, Nitro 7 has an aluminum body and it’s 1 mm thinner. Just as its more budget sibling, Nitro 7 gets pretty hot on its surface (at maximum load) but it keeps the internals cool.
Read our detailed review here: Acer Nitro 7 (AN715-51)
Acer Predator Triton 300
We haven’t tested the Acer Predator Triton 300 yet but its design looks fine to us, the 15.6″ IPS display is promising, and the variety of CPU and GPU options will make it affordable for more people.
Dell G5 5590
Dell G5 5590 is a good choice at its price point. The build quality is good, the battery life is exceptional, the screen is PWM-free, and the keyboard is comfortable. Its body is getting pretty hot under heavy loads but if you can live with it you will be pleased with this laptop.
Read our detailed review here: Dell G5 15 5590 review
Dell XPS 7590
Another good notebook from Dell which packs good build quality, 4K display, and stylish design.
HP Omen 15
HP Omen’s design is always appealing. In addition, you can expect a good cooling system, M.2 SSD, good IPS panel, and good value for its money. One of the drawbacks is the flexible lid and also the shell is getting a bit warm after long gaming sessions.
Read our detailed review here: HP Omen 15 (mid-2017, GTX 1060 Max-Q) review
HP Pavilion Gaming 17 2019
HP Pavilion Gaming 17 2019 is an affordable and energy-efficient machine which is very quiet under load. The plastic build and lack of Thunderbolt support aren’t something that will stop the people from buying it.
Read our detailed review here: HP Pavilion Gaming 17 2019 review
HP Pavilion Gaming 15 2018
The little brother is here too with more aggressive design, a great looking aluminum panel, powerful audio system and more. The minus is that the battery life isn’t that great.
Read our detailed review here: HP Pavilion Gaming 15 2018 review
HP Spectre x360 15
Another HP laptop with good build quality and catchy design, as well as two Thunderbolt 3 ports and excellent battery life (19 hours of web browsing). The predecessor of Spectre x360 was equipped with GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q so it’s more likely the new one to be bundled with the Max-Q version of GTX 1650 but we cannot confirm it at the moment.
Read our detailed review here: HP Spectre x360 15 (15-df0000) review
Lenovo Legion Y540
Lenovo Legion Y530 got our Editor’s choice award and Y540 is a capable machine too. The screen (BOE NV156FHM-N4G) is PWM-free, it also has wide color coverage, and with its 144Hz is blazing fast. The backlit keyboard is nice, with decent travel and big arrows. The cooling solution is very capable and the price of the notebook is absolutely adequate.
Read our detailed review here: Lenovo Legion Y540 review
Lenovo L340 15
15-inch variant (L340-15IRH):
A strong device from Lenovo with a sleek design, good cooling, and competitive price. Because of the price, the budget build quality isn’t a surprise and you should avoid the TN panels.
Read our detailed review here: Lenovo Ideapad L340 Gaming (15″) review
17-inch variant (L340-17IRH):
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme (Gen 2)
We haven’t reviewed Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme (Gen 2) but at least on paper, everything looks promising – big battery, low weight, IPS screen, 2 NVMe M.2 slots, and powerful CPU / GPU combos.
MSI GL63 is the more affordable version of MSI GP63 Leopard 8RD. That’s fine because the cooling system is very capable, the SteelSeries keyboard is pleasant as always, and the gamers will like the design. The all-plastic build and the mediocre battery life are the drawbacks but the price justifies the minuses.
Read our detailed review here: MSI GL63 8RC review
Again, a good looking and lightweight device from MSI. Keep in mind that upgrading the device will void the warranty.
Read our detailed review here: MSI GF63 8RD review
MSI GF75 Thin
There is no review from our side about MSI GF75 Thin, but the big 17.3″ screen, the powerful CPUs like i7-9750H, and the GTX 1650 Max-Q (option), make us believe that this will be a promising device.
List of all laptops with GeForce GTX 1650 (sorted by price)
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List of all laptops with GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q (sorted by price)
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