Computex 2013 | Gigabyte unveils new Gaming Laptops and Ultrabooks
Gigabyte showed off a wide range of new products at Computex this week. The unveiled devices included a number of the company's Ultra Blade gaming laptops, gaming notebooks, and ultrabooks.
The Ultra Blade P35K 15.6-inch and P34G 14-inch gaming laptops are impressively slim and light for gaming rigs. They measure just 21 mm (0.82”) thick and weigh only 2.2 kg (4.85 pounds) and 1.7 kg (3.75 pounds) respectively. Both models feature Intel Haswell processors, 1920 x 1080 displays and a quad-storage system that offers up to 3 TB of internal memory. The P35K also features a GeForce GTX 765M GPU while the P34G has a GeForce GTX 760M.
The P25W gaming notebook is the successor of the P2542G. It features a GeForce GTX 770M GPU, a backlit keyboard and can accommodate two SSDs of up to 256 GB and one HDD of up to 1 TB. The P27K model was also updated and now ships with a GeForce GTX 765M GPU.
Gigabyte also introduced three new ultrabooks: the U35F, the U24F, and the U24T.
The U35F is a premium device intended for demanding graphics software as well as gaming. It has a GeForce GT 750M GPU, and a quad-storage system (two 512 GB SSDs and two 1 TB HDDs) including a swappable DVD-ROM / HDD slot.
The U24F is a slighter, slimmer design that still offers a GeForce GT 750M GPU, a 256 GB SSD, and a 1 TB HDD.
The U24T is a touchscreen ultrabook with a GeForcce GT 750M GPU and offers far more ports and connectivity options than most other computers in this class.
Pricing, availability, and full technical specifications for these new products have not yet been announced.