Specifically, an external processor that you can detach (at which point the internal processor starts processing instead) and reattach (at which point the external processor starts processing again).
Today, I found out that all of my gaming problems in the past few years on my laptop, which I won in a national contest, stem from that the sponsors of said contest (AMD) decided to give the winners a laptop with a terrible processor (E-350), which has kept my Windows Experience Index down to 3.8. Unfortunately, I also found out that one of the features I enjoy the most on this laptop (its lightness) apparently has a negative correlation with how good the processor is.
I looked on Google for an external processor (because then, I could have relatively good processing power at home and the lightweight laptop when outside), but my search turned up dry. (It also suggested to me the possibility that this is a completely ridiculous question.)
Anyways, does such a thing exist, or will I have to give up on a: the lightness of my laptop or b: my quest to be able to play computer games made in the last decade?
Also, thanks for reading all the way through that!
Edited by hamluis, 29 July 2016 - 12:55 PM.
Moved from Buying New Computer to External Hardware - Hamluis.