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GIGABYTE Also Launches the Lightest 14" Gaming Laptop in the World

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  1. Sin

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    The 14" P34G Ultrablade gaming laptop from GIGABYTE is a revolutionary machine. It is extremely thin at just 21mm and light at 1.67 kg, housing a 4th generation Intel Core i7 Quad-Core processor and a powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M gaming level discrete graphics makes it the lightest 14-inch gaming laptop in the world. The P34G stays cool and stable even with a high end CPU and GPU in it slim body due to the unique Supra-Cool technology featuring dual heat pipes plus unique dual fans for CPU & GPU respectively by GIGABYTE. The Ultrablade gaming laptop P34G is poised to usher in a new generation of gamers looking for true mobility and entertainment without compromising on performance.

    Designed with an ultrasmooth sandblasted aluminum matte finish, the P34G feels extremely smooth that exudes elegance and sophistication. The P34G is perfect for gamers, businesspeople or students yearning for mobility, entertainment and productivity. Packing the slim P34G with powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M graphics and the latest 4th generation Intel Core i7 Quad-Core processor is no mean feat. Thermal cooling is of utmost importance for any laptop and this one is no exception. The Supra-Cool cooling system efficiently eliminates heat from both the CPU and GPU, keeping your P34G cool and stable. Plus with the latest Ultra Boost technology you can enjoy unrivaled power with an impressive score of up to P16,525 on 3DMark Vantage!

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    Massive Storage, Mobile Entertainment Center
    The P34G supports up to a 256GB mSATA SSD and a large 1TB HDD in its incredibly slim and lightweight chassis. The AHVA FHD 1080p display panel with 72% wide color gamut makes for excellent viewing pleasure delivering 170° wide-angle view perfect for sharing the screen and comfortable viewing angles for entertainment or productivity and bringing images to life. Experience incredible sound with the Dolby Home Theater v4 Sound Quality Optimization Technology and immerse yourself in the environment whether gaming, music or movies. The P34G provides an automatic light sensing backlit keyboard that makes typing and gaming in dimly lit rooms easier and better.

    That Extra Performance with GIGABYTE Innovative Technology
    In addition to the hardware of the P34G, GIGABYTE innovative technology integrates and optimizes software applications providing an even better gaming experience. Gamers have a choice to overclock the GPU for that extra performance with the latest Ultra Boost technology. With Ultra Boost comes the fear of instability. Never fear with the GIGABYTE Smart Fan ready to keep your system stable and running cool. Overclocking your laptop GPU for gaming has never been so risk-free. Enjoy twice the network speed for gaming through GIGABYTE LAN Optimizer. It helps the user choose the best network package priority under different user scenario modes. Gamers understand the importance of mistyping or mis-hitting that important key while gaming. Therefore, to ensure no mishaps occur the exclusive LockWin Key function disables the Windows key ensuring gamers enjoy a seamless gaming experience without switching to desktop while gaming on the P34G.
     
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    The Razer Blade is 16.8mm with the same proc and a better GPU.... so how is 21mm the thinnest gaming laptop in the world? If only press releases had to be factually correct...
     
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    It doesn't claim to be the thinnest. :)
     
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    Oh Derp... I read lightest as thinnest... I'll show myself out...
     
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    No worries, stick around... it's a pretty nice place. :)
     
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    Last I saw this had a pretty small battery at 47wh
     
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    Its ok, they may as well have stolen the damn name from Razer. That being said, I'm not sure how comfortable I'd be, gaming on a 14" screen driven by a GTX 760m gpu. The battery life worries me as well.
     
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    No customer services of course, like Asus....apart from the right to send it in and wait and pray. I am afraid to purchase this.
     
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    It could have been better with AMD discrete graphics:cool:
     
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    Depends on your country. Here Asus is bad but Gigabyte has one of the best customer service ever.
     

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