My explanation. The gaming laptop market is overcrowded with budget and midrange models, but the real sweet spot lies in the 700 to 1000-dollar range.
This is where you find the most bang for your buck, and performance per dollar is the highest in this section. Sure, you can get a cheap gaming laptop that costs less than 500 bucks and you might think you got yourself a great deal. But why not pay a few hundred dollars more and run AAA games on medium-high settings and 1080p, instead of playing everything at a choppy 768p resolution and lowest settings?