Gigabyte Aorus and Aero laptops dial up FPS and resolution with Tiger Lake and RTX 30-Series

Gigabyte Aorus 15P
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Gigabyte sets a high bar for gaming components, peripherals and full PC and laptop builds. With the latest Gigabyte Aorus and Aero laptops running on new Intel Tiger Lake H processors and RTX 30-Series GPUs, that bar is getting pushed even higher.

Gaming at full power with Aorus

Gigabyte’s Aorus brand is all-in on gaming. This is where you’ll find the fastest components driving performance as high as possible. In the latest Gigabyte Aorus 15P and Aorus 17G, that comes with the backing of the latest from Intel and Nvidia.

Inside these laptops, you’ll find Intel Core i7-11800H processors, which pack in eight processing cores built on Intel’s powerful and efficient 10nm SuperFin architecture. Those cores support hyper-threading as well and offer a max turbo frequency of 4.6GHz, letting you really gun it when speed is critical. They also bring PCIe 4.0 to enable extra-fast storage with NVMe PCIe Gen4 support, so loading times won’t slow you down.

Gigabyte pairs that with GPUs ranging from the Nvidia RTX 3060 up to the RTX 3080. The RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 options really bring top-tier power, too, as you’ll find 130W variants that can deliver a 13% performance increase over the 80W variants you might find in lower-power laptops. Gigabyte keeps those internals juiced up with a 230W power adapter when you’re plugged in and fed by a massive, 99Wh battery when you’re on the go.

On the Aorus 15P, you’ll be getting per-key RGB lighting on the keyboard to style your gaming laptop as you like, while the Aorus 17G steps that up a notch with Omron mechanical key switches in the keyboard. You’ll get to see your inputs registered on-screen in a matter of milliseconds, too, as these laptops offer displays with refresh rates starting at 240Hz and soaring up to 360Hz.

Gigabyte AERO 15 OLED and AERO 17 HDR

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Creating like a beast with Aero

For creators, Gigabyte’s Aero 15 OLED and Aero 17 HDR have something a little bit different in store. Gigabyte built these laptops thinner and lighter, with the Aero 15 OLED weighing 4.4 pounds, the Aero 17 HDR weighing 5.5 pounds, and both measuring less than an inch thick. But, Gigabyte still packed plenty into these packages.

Inside, they have the power to keep your creativity flowing without a hitch. That’s thanks to the Intel Core i7-11800H or the even beefier Intel Core i9-11980HK. Those processors come paired with RTX 3060, RTX 3070, or RTX 3080 graphics processors on a 105W power budget that balances performance with cooler operation. 

Gigabyte provides even more to help you get your work done on these laptops. They both offer 4K displays that are X-Rite Color Calibrated and Pantone Validated, with the OLED model covering 100% of the DCI-P3 color space and the HDR model covering 100% of the Adobe RGB color space. The laptops also offer ample I/O, including DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.1, and the latest Thunderbolt 4 connection for 40Gbps throughput to support high-speed peripherals and high-resolution displays. 

Between Gigabyte’s latest Aorus and Aero laptops running Intel Tiger Lake-H processors and RTX 30-Series graphics, you can choose to go all in on gaming or all in on creativity, but both options will let you go all in on performance.