Gigabyte is now ready with their lineup of brand new GTX 10 series gaming laptops. These high-end machines are ready for 4K gaming and VR.
These new laptops from Gigabyte allows you to configure with Intel’s 6th-gen Core i7 Processor, DDR4 RAM, USB 3.1 & Type-C
The newest gaming laptops from Gigabyte are powered by NVIDIA’s Geforce GTX 10 series graphics cards. These laptops are the new P55 and P57 series. These are in addition to the thin and light ULTRAFORCE Series P35 and P37 units.
These new laptops from Gigabyte allows you to configure with Intel’s 6th-gen Core i7 Processor, DDR4 RAM, USB 3.1 & Type-C in additon to high-end tech like M.2 PCIe SSDs and HDMI 2.0 connectivity. The P35 , P37 and also the P57 models sport the GTX 1070 while the P55 can be found with a GTX 1060. With such awesome specs, it’s surprising how thin the laptops are in comparison to ASUS and MSI’s latest models.
The Gigabyte P57 sports a 17-inch 1080p IPS Display. You can configure the laptop with either a GTX 1070 or GTX 1060. The backlit keyboard features anti-ghosting technology and 30-key rollover.
The P37 weighs in at 2.7kg, despite having the 17-inch display
The Gigabyte P55 comes with a 15-inch display, with the option of either 1080p or 3K (2880×1620) IPS display.
The Gigabyte p37 is a 17.3-inch laptop that proudly endores the ULTRAFORCE gaming title. With a 17-inch display, the latop is less than 22.5mm thin. The configuration can be changed to a GTX 1070, with the display options available for 1080p or 4K resolutions. The P37 weighs in at 2.7kg, despite having the 17-inch display.
These laptops are a great choice for anyone who’s looking for portability and space-saving. As well as ample performance in gaming. The Gigabyte brand is well known in the Indian market, so it’ll be interesting when they and if they launch the laptops here. The pricing for these laptops haven’t been confirmed yet as of now, but we assume they will be in the same price range as of previous generation gaming laptops. Hopefully that will translate well in the Indian pricing too.