To its lineups of Aorus, Aero, and G5 gaming gear, Gigabyte has introduced new laptop models. These high-end laptops use the most recent laptop GPU from Nvidia, the GeForce RTX 4070, and Intel 13th Generation Core CPUs. Some of the new models are the Aorus 17 BSF, Aorus 15 BKF, Aorus 15 9SF, Aorus 15 9KF, Aorus 15 9MF, Aero 14 OLED BMF, Aero 14 OLED 9MF, G5 KF, and G5 MF.
All of the laptops employ Gigabytes Windforce cooling technology, which guarantees efficient and silent cooling while also making the laptops smaller and more portable for usage when travelling. Starting in May, reputable internet markets in India will sell these computers.
"As a brand, Gigabyte has long recognised the enormous potential of the gaming market in India," said Sunil Grewal, director of Gigabyte. This theory has been reinforced by the swift national adoption of well-known esports games and the estimated over 100 million social media content creators this year.
"Gigabyte is committed to providing the right tools to fuel the growth and success of creators, gamers, and streamers in the country," Grewal continued. The most recent laptops from Gigabyte meet all of their requirements by offering maximum performance in a small package, allowing them to flourish in their line of work.
Laptops from the Gigabyte Aorus series: Key Features and Price
With up to Intel Core 13th-generation i7 H series CPUs and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 laptop GPU with a TGP of 140W, the Aorus 17 and Aorus 15 are portable gaming laptops. Both devices assert that they can manage heavy workloads. Additionally, 17.3- and 15.6-inch screens with up to QHD resolution and a top refresh rate of 240Hz are offered by Aorus.
The entry-level Aorus 15 9MF, which has an RTX 4050, 8GB of DDR5 RAM, and an Intel i5 12500H processor, costs Rs. 1,11,999. The Aorus 17 BSF, which includes an Intel i7 13700H processor, 16GB of DDR5 RAM, and an RTX 4070, costs Rs. 1,79,599 in total.
The Aero 14 OLED weighs 1.49 kg and is equipped with laptop GPUs from the Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 series and up to 13th generation Intel Core CPUs. The laptops performance and stability have been enhanced, according to Nvidia Studio certification.
It is compatible with widely used creative applications. The Aero 14 OLEDs display is X-Rite 2.0 factory calibrated and Pantone confirmed for precise colours straight out of the box. The typical colour deviance is denoted by delta E.
The laptop sports a 2.8K QHD+ resolution display with a 16:10 aspect ratio for better productivity.
Two variations exist for the Aero series. Starting at Rs. 1,51,999, the Aero 14 OLED 9MF basic model has an RTX 2080, 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and an Intel i5 12500H processor from the previous generation.