Gaming laptop WITH separate mousepad left and right buttons?

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Hey everyone and thanks in advance for reading, i am searching for a new gaming laptop with features such as i7 4th gen processor, and preferably 860m or 960m nvidia gtx graphics. Throughout my search every laptop that I find at a decent price has no left and right mousepad buttons, but instead one whole button where the left and right are conjoined and it is making me so frustrated. I also heard that is is annoying, very hard to click, and interferes with the mouse movement. I believe this because when I try using a mac i can't bear to use the mousepad for more than a minute

These two laptops fit my description perfectly because they are both around 1 grand, the only issue is the conjoined mousepad buttons:

ASUS ROG GL551JW-DS71 - http://store.asus.com/us/item/201503AM110000025

Lenovo Y50 - http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/lenovo/y-series/y50/

Should I just give up and choose one of these laptops with their annoying mousepad ?


Or does anyone know of another laptop with similiar specs that has separate mousepad buttons and is around 1 grand?
If anyone could help I would grealty appreciate because at this point I really can't make a decision

 
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