Computex 2019 was a great success, and among the takeaways is the brilliant future of laptop gaming. Manufacturers are now packing 'desktop-level' performance in compact laptops. In a few years, gaming desktops won't have the power advantage they have over gaming laptops right now. \n \nAt this year's show in Taipei, there were plenty of models on display with major brands featured, including the likes of Alienware, MSI, Asus, HP, Gigabyte, and their peers. If you missed out on the event, here are three gaming laptops that should be on every gamer's wish list. \nHP Omen X 2s - First Dual-Screen Gaming Laptop \n \n \nThe Omen X 2s is a new masterpiece and shouldn't be confused with the earlier Omen X. This one leaves a mark in the gaming industry as it is the first gaming laptop with two screens. Unlike the Zenbook Pro Duo which was also launched recently, the secondary screen in HP Omen is primarily designed for gaming and acts like a Nintendo Wii U Gamepad. It is the perfect choice for Battlefield, Battle Royale and other map-based games. \n \nRegarding performance, the ceiling model comes with an Intel Core i9 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max Q graphics backed up by an 8GB VRAM. The combination delivers exceptional processing power capable of playing the big title. HP opted for an SSD in this laptop which further supports 32GB RAM on each of the two slots. There are three display options with the high-end configuration boasting a 4K HDR 60Hz IPS display. \nAlienware M15\/17 2019 – 15-inch with Tobil Eye-Tracking \n \n \nDell was represented at Computex by two Alienwares; the 15-inch and 17-inch models. The duo boasts a sleek and stylish design, with a customizable RGB lighting system as you'd expect. The aesthetics aside, the two Alienwares are powerhouses. \n \nThe high-end model is Alienware M17 which can be configured with a 9th Gen Intel Core-i9 processor, 16GB of RAM and a generous 2TB PCIe SSD. As for the graphics, Alienware can get Nvidia's best GPU; GeForce RTX 2080 Max Q with 8GB VRAM. The 15 inch noticeably has two display configurations. Choose either the 240Hz Full HD display or the OLED Ultra HD display. Both options come with Tobil Eye-Tracking Technology. \nMSI GT76 Titan - 9th Gen Overclockable CPU \n \n \nMSI showcased several laptops including the GE65 Raider, but it's the GT76 that is worth handling the power-hungry AAA titles. The Titan is a real workhorse and features the latest 9th Gen Core i9 processor with the icing on the cake being the fact that it is overclockable up to 5.0GHz. \n \nWhen it comes to memory, configure it with up to 128GB and expand the storage up to 2TB. To guarantee GPU power, MSI did t gamble and built the Titan with Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080 Max Q with 8GB VRAM. \n \nIn addition to the superb performance, the Titan's design is one to die for. Sleek and slender and still packs customizable RGB lighting. \n \nThese were not the only gaming laptops at the show. Some of the other futuristic gaming machines at Computex included Gigabyte Aorus 5 and Aero 7, Asus ROG Strix Scar III G731, among others. But it's the HP Omen X 2s that takes the crown courtesy of the dual screen feature. It's a great fete that finally, gamers can chat, see comments, minimaps, and project just any other additional information on a strategically positioned secondary screen.