Honestly, this is a big "who cares?"
There are no "gaming laptops" out there that are legitimately useable for gaming. It used to be because the GPU power or CPU power was pathetic, now it's because the cooling is.
Please, seriously, do not buy ANY laptop if you intend to play games longer than an hour.
The MacMini (2012 model) with the Ivy Bridge, is dead silent until you try to play a game. Then it makes some pretty horrible noise, and can get maybe 30fps out of a 6 year old game. Maybe in 6 more years Intel will release a part that is feature parity with mid-range cards, but so far they're only feature parity for low-end cards, and not even at a level that is really useable without turning all graphical detail settings off. I don't know about everyone else, but I'd rather play the game at 30fps with all the details on, and I can't find a game that works good enough to do this. Maybe some Japanese and Korean Freemium games have old enough engines to do this (freemium games often work on 10 year old systems because they're designed to be played on the lemons that are sold as laptops.)
Here's what you do, grab the benchmark program for http://na.finalfantasyxiv.com/benchmark/download/
, stick it on a USB drive and then run it on the store demos at bestbuy. You'll probably find that none of them are playable. The onboard graphics on Intel's high-end desktop haswell parts can't run the game at 30fps even with most of the graphic settings off.