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GIGABYTE Announces the International Release of the P2542G Blu-ray Gaming Notebook

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GIGABYTE, a longtime leader in computer technology and innovation, today announced the international release of the 15.6” P2542G gaming notebook. The P2542G is a premium gaming notebook that packs incredible power into a sleek form factor to give consumers new options for mobile gaming. The P2542G features a powerful 3rd Generation Intel Core i7-3610QM Quad-Core processor and an impressive NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M GPU with GDDR5 2GB VRAM. The P2542G also has a 1080p Full HD display, Blu-ray Rewritable Drive, THX TruStudio Pro, Intel Rapid Start Technology, either a high-performing 7200rpm HDD or a speedy SSD, HDMI and more.

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Full HD resolution for a 15" display...Thanks but no thanks.
 
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1080p resolution in 15.6 inch is good. I always ask myself why do they usually use the 720p...
Now we will wait and see if the screen itself is good or not.

Otherwise, looks like a descent gaming laptop!