Gigabyte introduces new Aero 15 Classic laptop line priced from RM6,999

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  • Thursday, 04 Jul 2019

The Aero 15 Classic laptop claims up to eight hours of battery life, priced from RM6,999 to RM17,999 depending on specs. — Gigabyte Technology

Taiwan-based technology company Gigabyte is bringing its Aero 15 Classic laptop line to Malaysia on July 15.  

Gigabyte notebook marketing specialist Eric Chang said the Aero 15 Classic line is built with high performance and mobility features positioned towards consumers like content creators, whom he described as multi-tasking individuals who may be videographers, livestreamers or IT majors. 

Priced from RM6,999 to RM17,999 depending on specs, the laptops come with 15.6in FHD IPS panels, 9th gen Intel Core i7 or i9 processors, Nvidia GeForce GTX or RTX graphics cards, 8GB to 16GB RAM, and 512GB to 2TB of storage. 

Weighing in at 2kg, the laptop series claims up to eight hours of battery life, runs on Windows 10 Pro and comes with a HD webcam as well as a number of ports, including four USB slots, a Thunderbolt 3 port for speedier data transfer, and a HDMI 2.0 port. 

The company also introduced the Aorus laptop line for gaming – the Aorus 5, Aorus 7 and Aorus 15 series. 

Priced from RM4,999 to RM6,199, the entry-level Aorus 5 and mid-level Aorus 7 gaming series come with 9th gen Intel Core i7 processors, Nvidia GeForce GTX graphic cards, 8GB RAM, and either 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD storage or 512GB storage. Other than pricing, the main difference between the two series is that the 2.15kg Aorus 5 comes with a 15.6in FHD panel display while the 2.5kg Aorus 7 series comes with a bigger 17.3in FHD IPS panel display. 

Meanwhile the premium Aorus 15 gaming series comes with 15.6in FHD IPS panels, 9th gen Intel Core i7 processors, Nvidia GeForce GTX or RTX graphic cards, 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD, with an additional 2TB HDD storage for the highest end variant, and is priced from RM6,399 to RM8,999. All gaming laptop variants run on Windows 10.

Both the Aero and Aorus product lines are targeted to be available in Malaysia by July 15 at selected retailers.

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