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Unleash your gaming and creative potential with Gigabyte Aero laptops
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Power, performance, and connectivity in one sleek package.

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When it comes to editing and rendering, performance is all that matters to content creators. Inspired by the “performance-above-all” mentality, Gigabyte delivers to the market a solution that satisfies the most fastidious content creators, the Aero laptop series.

The Aero 15 and Aero 17 are powered by the fastest Tiger Lake CPU – an 8 core/16 thread 11th Gen Intel Core i7/i9 with 24MB of Smart Cache with boost up to 4.6GHz in max turbo frequency. 

The performance of the laptops is drastically improved since the CPU can directly access the GDDR6 memory of the GPU. This architecture makes the Aero 15 & Aero 17 versatile weapons that allow gaming with lower latency, higher frame rates, and faster data-reading speed for better productivity while still ensuring a stunning performance with the content creations workload for Adobe users. Thus, two birds were killed with just one stone!

Aiming to deliver a smooth experience of creativity, Gigabyte engineered the Aero 15 & Aero 17 powered by the NVIDIA RTX 3080, amplified by 30% of the performance compared to the RTX 2080 Super. Being built with award-winning Ampere architecture and 3rd gen Max-Q technologies with new streaming processors and new system optimizations, RTX 3080 produces the most realistic and immersive graphics for both gamers and content creators.

The Aero 15 and Aero 17 come preloaded with RTX Studio Drivers that optimize up to 40 apps commonly used by content creators, breaking all the limits for creativity.

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In terms of viewing experience, both models are designed with a 3mm ultra-thin screen bezel. With the thick and bulky bezel impressively reduced, users can enjoy an industry-leading screen-to-body ratio which helps to display more content, and optimizes multitasking experience for content creators. The Aero 15 has a 4K AMOLED panel with 100% DCI-P3 wide color gamut, resulting in a more vivid color-displaying while consuming less power. Gigabyte aims to protect the health and well-being of customers by reducing 70% of harmful blue light by applying the AMOLED panel to their Aero 15.

The bigger brother Aero 17 comes with a 4K HDR IPS panel, providing a color display supporting 100% Adobe RGB color gamut, presenting 25% more colors than 100% sRGB. Both series enjoy a robust HDR400 rating for vivid visuals. These panels provide extraordinary advantages in color-displaying accuracy, contrast, and responding speed that satisfies the working and entertainment of even the most demanding projects.

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Gigabyte also brings creators a diversity of connectivity options. Aero 15 and 17 are built with various ports that allow you to connect up to nine external devices. Packed with quality life features such as UHS-II SD Card Reader for transfer speeds up to 300MB/s, Thunderbolt 4 USB type C, HDMI 2.1, and Mini DP 1.4, the Aero series elevates your workflow. Another remark on these models is the PCIe Gen 4 1TB SSD, doubling the bandwidth of the previous generation with 32Gb/s data transfer rate.

Creating your own studio has never been this easy. Imagine being a photographer and your laptop is capable of connecting with your camera, reading your memory card, projecting your photos on an OLED panel while connecting with a second monitor, what a time to be alive!

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If you’re in the market looking for a versatile workhorse carrying all the features that please your gaming and content creating desires, and is elegant, light-weight, and portable, the Aero 15 and Aero 17 are top-notch choices.  

Just in time for the holidays, Gigabyte is giving away one of it’s 15 inch Aero laptops. Check out the widget below for the ways to enter and be sure to get your entries in before January 17th 2022. The contest is limited to readers in the U.S. 

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