There is a new gaming laptop out there from Gigabyte, who’s adding more power to their line through the new AERO 15 Classic, which sports a new 9th-gen Intel Core H-series processor.
The news of the fresh laptop line also means that we get to see new configurations of the Auros 15 “AI” notebook.
AERO 15 Classic Specs, Features and Prices
Looking at the impressive AERO 15 Classic, we see a compact gaming laptop. It not only looks great with the thinnest bezel ever – 3mm, but it also is quite powerful – and we all know power comes with a price tag. But let’s focus first on the spec and then the eye-watering prices.
The laptop is only 14″ x 9.8″ x 0.7″ – which is quite small for the specs it has inside. Measuring only 0.74 inches in thickness, it weighs somewhere around 4.5 pounds. Inside, the AERO 15 Classic keeps two beasts: the Intel Core i9-9980HK processor and NVIDIA GeForce 2080 Max-Q graphics.
Other than that, users can opt between two different screens – an IPS anti-glare screen (1920 x 1080 pixels), or a 4K IPS anti-glare display.
As for the RAM, the laptop supports up to 64GB of DDR4-2666 MHz RAM, and 2 PCIe NVMe SSDs.
The features you get to see in the AERO 15 Classic are as follows:
– Thunderbolt 3
– HDMI 2.0
– Jacks for a headset and Ethernet
– 2 USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A ports
– One USB 3.1 Gen 2 port
The battery of the laptop has 94.24 Wh, and comes with a 230-watt power supply.
As for the prices, it all depends on what configuration you choose. If you want the top specs, you will pay up to $4,449 on it. However, there are other cheaper configurations, such as the one where you choose the Core i7-9750H processor, the GeForce 1660Ti graphics, only 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage, all of it reaching a price of $1,799.
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