Gigabyte launches its new line-up of powerful gaming laptops!!
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Gigabyte aims to make our lives even better and has a line-up of comprehensive items. Gigabyte as a company has established its name as one of the leaders in the business with award-winning items like graphics cards, motherboards, PC components, and other accessories. Now it has come with a line-up of new laptops which will soon be launched. These laptops will surely be gaming laptops powered by Comet Lake H chipset of Intel.
The laptops that will be launched in the market soon are the Gigabyte G5, Gigabyte G7, and Gigabyte A7.
Not just PC accessories now, Gigabyte comes with its line-up of laptops
The Gigabyte G5
Gigabyte’s new line up comes up with G5 comes with a screen size of 15.6 inches. Talking about the processor- the user can either use the Intel Core i5-10500H or opt for the upgraded i7-10870H. Considering the graphics for all the gamers: it indeed is impressive. The laptop comes with Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 GPU Max-Q variant. The screen of Gigabyte G5 has a refresh rate of 240 Fz along with an FHD panel.
The Gigabyte G7
Gigabyte’s next in line is the G7. In this laptop, the processor is the Intel Core i7-10870H. Later on, there will surely be a scope for the buyers to opt for updates processors launching in the market. Talking about the graphics configuration of this laptop: it is similar to G5. It is powered with Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 GPU Max-Q variant. The laptop has a screen size of 17.3 inches and has a refresh rate of 144 Hz.
Gigabyte’s last laptop in the current line-up is a notebook, A7. All the previous laptops were powered with Intel processors. However, Gigabyte A7 is powered with a Zen3 Cezzane APU, which is actually an 8 core, 16 thread AMD Ryzen 5800H. This laptop also has a similar screen size to Gigabyte G7,!7.3 inches display accompanied with a screen refresh rate of 144 Hz. The laptop also has some powerful graphics components. It is powered by Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060, but this is actually the more powerful ‘Max P’ variant.