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This review is from: GIGABYTE P Series P55WV5-NE1 Gaming Laptop 6th Generation Intel Core i7 6700HQ (2.60 GHz) 16 GB Memory 1 TB HDD 256 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M 3 GB GDDR5 15.6" Windows 10 Home
Pros: This is the best laptop for my games. The screen is very clear and crisp, and the graphics is amazing. I play The Division and the details and movement are very clear with no lag, and the keyboard on this laptop has a very good feel, the key travel it’s not flat like most laptops, the key punches almost like mechanical. The touch pad functions normally the pad is very smooth and clicks well. This is one of the few laptops with HDMI 2.0 than can output 4K at 60 Hz, I can't wait to try it on some movies. There’s a USB-C port that I don’t use yet but it’s nice to know I have it for future use. Overall I am very happy with this laptop and I have recommended this to my friends, this is an awesome machine.
Cons: What prefer to change about this laptop is the DVD drive and VGA port which I don’t use anymore, I'd prefer another USB port, I see Gigabyte has hot-swap functions for other models that I think could work well with my P55.
Other Thoughts: If you’re looking for a powerful gaming laptop with great bang-for-the-buck value, this is it and it is a very well built machine. Well recommended!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GIGABYTE Aero 14W-BKNE1 Gaming Laptops 6th Generation Intel Core i7 6700HQ 16 GB Memory 512 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M 3 GB 14" IPS QHD 94.24Wh(10 hours) Huge Battery Capacity Windows 10 Home
Pros: The chassis is ridiculously sturdy, one of the most solid laptops I’ve ever owned. Super slim and light, and is perfect for traveling with. The display has really nice colors, and didn’t really have much flex at all, just like the chassis. Boot times are loading are really fast with the SSD drive and DDR4 Ram. The biggest perk for me about it is the battery life. I can get through almost an entire workday without needing to recharge it, office work and application uses, when I use Photoshop and illustrator I still am able to get around 4 hours of use from the battery. I like the power adapter this is pretty small compared to other chargers I’ve used, which is great!
Cons: No LAN port built into the laptop, however it did come with a USB to LAN adapter to remedy this. Although it has HDMI 2.0 port, there is no Thunderbolt 3 port and I really wanted that!
Other Thoughts: For now I’m really happy with my purchase, for its thin size and light weight it packs a lot of power and has a surprisingly great battery life. I would suggest this to anyone that is looking for a laptop with a high power GPU, and can be carried around.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: First off the packaging for my X3 was awesome, it was well protected and the inner box looked very luxurious. As for the laptop, I love the Aorus design, being someone that needs a laptop for work, this design is still quite presentable, black aluminum chassis fits in fine at work and meetings, I love the vents in the back looking like jet exhausts, the design overall is quite gentle but also have hardcore gaming aesthetics at the same time. As far as performance, I’ve been playing games like the witcher 3 and the division, haven’t had any issues with throttling. I’m happy that I waited for the skylake version, I haven’t seen any outrageous temperatures, despite it being really thin and portable, which was a huge selling point for me, because I need my laptop to be very portable and able to handle gaming. The build quality is very solid, the aluminum chassis is nice, it has a nice thin LCD bezel, the screen is really clear and crisp, and the keyboard works well, not much flexing at all, I also like the macro keys and white back-lights.
Cons: I would have liked to see Thunderbolt 3 support, however they did provide HDMI 2.0 which works for me
No hard drive, must use external HDD
Other Thoughts: TL:DR – I like the design, mobility and performance, and haven’t run into any major issues. I’m enjoying the x3 and happy with this purchase.READ FULL REVIEW