There’s never been a better time to make the move to a top-of-the-line laptop as the line between work and play become increasingly blurred in our new normal. With more powerful processors and a portable form factor, they’re perfect for seamlessly transitioning between intensive tasks from video-editing or creating animations to jumping into the burgeoning metaverse, whenever and wherever inspiration hits.
Leading in the field of contenders is GIGABYTE’s latest models in a long line of laptops designed just for creative visionaries, the AERO Creator Laptop Series. Featuring an ultraportable design for those who are constantly on the move, the flagship AERO 16 manages to pack a bigger 16:10 4K OLED screen into an aerospace-grade aluminum alloy chassis that would usually only carry a 15-inch screen. Along with wide DCI-P3 100% color spectrum, VESA DisplayHDR 500 True Black certification, and exclusive X-Rite and Pantone color certification, the AERO 16 guarantees the best in color reproduction for professional content creators.
The machine is powered by the latest 12th-generation Intel processor CPU; paired with two Thunderbolt 4 ports, the laptop is compatible with any accessory that creators might need to streamline their process.
Meanwhile, the top-of-the-range AORUS 17 gaming laptop complements the same processor as the AERO 16 with a cutting-edge RTX 3080Ti graphics card, allowing a buttery-smooth 360Hz refresh rate. AORUS 17 sports a 17-inch panel inside a 15 inch chassis which pushes the limits of the screen to chassis ratio, and combined with a near-instant response time of 3 milliseconds, the laptop aids gamers in dominating the field with unparalleled visuals and reaction times.
Learn more about the AERO 16 and AORUS 17 laptops over on GIGABYTE’s website now.
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