GIGABYTE is announcing three new gaming laptops the AORUS 17, AORUS 15, and AERO 14 OLED. The AORUS 17 and AORUS 15 gaming laptops come powered with Intel 13thgen i7 processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 GPUs, 240Hz 1440p displays, and a WINDFORCE Infinity cooling system. The AERO 14 OLED is a creator laptop with an Intel Core i7 13700H processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 GPU, 2.8K OLED display with XRite and Pantone certification, and NVIDIA Studio platform.
GIGABYTE AORUS 17 and AORUS 15 gaming laptops
Both the AORUS 17 and AORUS 15 offer powerful gaming performance fueled by the latest 13th-gen i7 Intel H series processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 laptop GPUs with full access to max 140W TGP with Dynamic Boost technology, all in a slender profile. They feature the improved WINDFORCE Infinity cooling system that can handle up to 160W of thermal design power (TDP) to ensure optimal performance even when running at maximum capacity.
The upgraded display offers fast 240Hz refresh rates at 1440p resolution enabling a smooth and vibrant gaming experience. The gaming essence is reflected both in the device’s internal power and the external design. The enclosure is further accented with the spatial design and RGB Light Bar for a sophisticated gaming aesthetic.
AERO 14 OLED laptop
The AERO 14 OLED is the latest iteration of GIGABYTE’s ultra-slim-and-light laptop for creators. The beautifully compact design of the CNC-milled aluminum unibody chassis houses impressive performance, powered by Intel® Core i7-13700H processor and NVIDIA GeForce® RTX™ 4050 laptop GPU. The NVIDIA Studio platform boosts efficiency further with the creative apps, allowing users to unleash their creativity anywhere, anytime.
The 2.8K OLED display delivers true-to-life visuals and perfect color accuracy thanks to X-Rite™ 2.0 Factory Calibration and Pantone® Validation. The OLED panel is also TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe and SGS certified, ensuring that the display is comfortable to use with low blue light emissions while maintaining color performance and luminance.
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