Gigabyte has this month taken the wraps off their latest ultra-thin gaming laptop in the form of the Gigabyte Ultramax P35X. That can be equipped with either a wide-viewing angle LCD offering a 2,880 x 1,620 resolution or smaller resolution 1,920 x 1,080 Full HD display.
The Gigabyte Ultramax P35X is powered by a fourth-generation Intel Core i7-4860HQ or i7-4710HQ Haswell processors with clock speeds ranging between 2.4 and 3.6GHz support by up to 16GB of RAM if desired and your budget will stretch.
Other features of the Gigabyte Ultramax P35X gaming laptop include a built-in Mini DisplayPort, allowing you to stream UHD video together with 4 x USB ports, HDMI, a full-sized SD card reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and LAN Ethernet. Toms Hardware website explains a little more about the storage available on the gaming laptop :
“Gigabyte didn’t take it easy on the storage front, either. The laptop can hold up to two 512 GB mSATA SSDs as well as two 2.5″ 2 TB HDDs, depending on the configuration. That might have forced Gigabyte to make the laptop a little thicker, because 2 TB 2.5″ hard drives are thicker than 1 TB drives, and the heatsinks in the laptop probably have less wiggle room, meaning they also had to be thicker. However, it definitely puts this laptop in a desktop-replacement class for many potential buyers.”
The Gigabyte Ultramax P35X will be available to purchase from December 5th says Gigabyte, although no information on a price for the system has been announced as yet, but don’t expect the gaming laptop to be cheap.
Source: Toms HardwareFiled Under: Gadgets News, Hardware, Laptops, Top News