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February 10th, 2013, 17:05
I would ignore the upgrade options.

Nobody knows what notebook tech will be available in 3 years. Chances are that upgrades won't be attractive then.
Just choose a notebook with enough power to play current games @1080p, stuff enough RAM and an SSD in it and assume it will handle everything for the next year at maximum details, followed by slightly more compromises every year.

Would it make sense for you to buy a cheaper notebook for surfing, older games and work, and a 400$ (+ graphics card) PC for high-end gaming and audio?
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