GIGABYTE Introduces the All-New AERO Series Designed for Content Creators

Taiwanese computer and component manufacturer Gigabyte announced its latest OLED laptop this week. And it’s clearly built with video in mind, featuring a DisplayHDR 400 certification and 100-percent DCI-P3 gamut.

It’s also the first laptop with Microsoft Azure AI built-in, making it a powerful next-gen offering.

The announcement was made at Computex 2019, the world’s largest computer trade show. It’s a welcome addition to the 2019 laptops, and we can’t wait to see it hit shelves later this year.

Here’s the full press release below:

Figure 1. Computex 2019 GIGABYTE Reveals their All-New 15” and 17” AERO Series Laptops.

Since 2017, GIGABYTE’s AERO 15 laptop continues to receive praise from the media and customers alike, with two consecutive years of recognition from NVIDIA® CEO Jensen Huang, by personally showcasing the laptop at the world’s largest electronic show (CES) and further calling the AERO “the new generation thin and light performance laptop”.

GIGABYTE strives for further leadership in the “creator” segment at Computex 2019 with a fresh redesign of the 15” AERO 15 OLED, AERO 15 and the introduction of a brand new 17” version of the device, the AERO 17.

The all new AERO 15 laptops remain a processing powerhouse with its all new Intel® Core™ i9, 8 core processor, NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 20 series GPUs (63% less image output time when compared to other multimedia laptop*) massively increasing the creator’s work efficiency, all neatly packed inside a light (2kg) and thin (2cm) chassis. Portability is not compromised, even with such powerful performance, you can expect 8.5 hours of battery usage.

The AERO also leads the industry with Xrite™ Pantone® colour correction certificated Samsung AMOLED display panel, plus class leading suite of connectivity ports, providing creators an ultimate portable work station.


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