With Computex 2013 coming to a close Gigabyte has taken the opportunity to unveiled a pair of new gaming laptops its added to its range in the form of the new Gigabyte P27K and P25W systems.
The two new gaming laptops feature Nvidia GeForce GTX 770M DDR5 3GB/ GTX 765M DDR5 2GB graphics cards and are powered by 4th Generation Intel Core i7-Processors, with backlit keyboard to help with those late night gaming sessions.
The 17.3″ Gigabyte P27K gaming laptop will be arriving in stores during late July ranging between $1299 – $1799
band the 15.6″ Gigabyte P25W system later this month ranging from $1299 – $1799.
“P25W –Maximum Power Reloaded with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770M : Placing design and performance at the forefront of our research and design, we had to ensure gamers get the best out of our new Gaming Laptops. Re-engineered with a powerful NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 770M graphics card, the P25W is a reloaded version of its predecessor – the P2542G. Buoyed by success, the chrome yellow with silver trim chassis makes a comeback and this time it’s more powerful than ever.
Packing a GTX 770M GDDR5 3GB discrete graphics for gaming, a 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 Quad-Core processor and a backlit keyboard to boot, the P25W expands its storage capabilities to install two 256GB mSATA SSDs and 1TB HDD that supports superior RAID 0 Technology. Additionally, it also comes with a Blu-ray RW and Dolby Home Theater technology perfect for watching the latest movies and experiencing the richness of audio on its 4.1 speaker system.
P27K –Breath-taking Gaming Experience with NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 765M : The P27K carries on where its predecessor left off. Delivering better graphics with a GTX 765M DDR5 2GB graphics card, a 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 Quad-Core processor, backlit keyboard and upgradeable memory space up to 24GB! With ample storage – 256GB mSATA SSD plus additional two 1TB HDD, and Sound Blaster sound quality optimization technology to boot, the P27K comes in two colors – automotive orange or moonless black.”
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gaming News, Hardware