Wednesday, September 2nd 2015

GIGABYTE Announces Gaming Laptop Range with the Latest Intel 6th Gen Processor

With the release of the Intel 6th Generation "Skylake" Processor, GIGABYTE has announced their complete gaming laptop range. Including gaming GTX graphics and high end Intel 6th Gen Core i7 Processors, GIGABYTE has once again gone beyond the limitations of laptops, packing desktop-grade performance into a laptop chassis for those on-the-go. The gaming series includes these exciting next generation features: Industry leading storage M.2 PCIe SSD, latest DDR4 with faster frequency and a lower power demand, USB 3.1 with Type-C connectors for even more convenient I/O connectivity, and finally the upgraded HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 providing a super smooth true 4K visual experience.

The 17" P37, 15" P35, and 14" P34 bring unrivaled gaming performance in an ultra slim profile. With top-of-the-line graphics ranging from GTX 980M/970M/965M, this is the ideal solution for both gaming and business on the go. The P37 and the P35 also features a hot-swappable ODD/HDD bay, adding flexibility and options for capacity storage. The exclusive Macro Keys and Macro Hub on the P37 allows for easy macro creation that turns complex actions and key combinations into the pressing of a single button.
For performance laptops, the 15" P55 and 17" P57 bring all the right gaming elements and style with a design inspired by the shape of sport car and a matte black finish while packing high-end GTX 970M/965M graphics under the hood. The dual-storage along with the optional Blu-ray Rewritable Drive can suit all entertainment purposes.

The 15" P15 and 17" P17 bring budget friendly gaming laptops to the mainstream gaming community: GTX 950M gaming graphics, good looks with its sleek angular diamond lines, and flexibility through a swappable HDD/ODD bay.
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Mega-Japan
I must be tripping but... I don't see these on their website.
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