Gigabyte has announced the upgrade of its high-end laptops Aero 14 to incorporate a graphics card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 dedicated a graph according Gigabyte turns your ultraportable in “VR Ready”. Thereby also added an HDMI 2.0 output which previously lacked.
There is no doubt that the Aero 14 laptops were Gigabyte flagship to date, and it will now be even more thanks to the inclusion of these dedicated NVIDIA graphics. These are teams with high-end hardware (now summarize) packaged in relatively small, because despite having a 14-inch screen measuring only 19.9 mm thick.
The Gigabyte Aero 14 have an Intel Core i7 processor sixth generation, the new NVIDIA Pascal with GTX 1060 that just joined two RAM modules DDR4 2400 MHz (up to 32 GB with two modules of 16 GB) up to 1TB of SSD storage M.2 PCI-Express (up to 2000 MB / s), 14-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS matrix and 94.24 Wh battery that promises a range of up to 10 hours with use normal.
What Gigabyte has not said it yet when we see its new Aero 14 graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 in stores or at what price, but rest assured that if we were to teams quite expensive even in its most basic configuration, with the incorporating these dedicated graphics and the price will go up enough, so do not be surprised if when they appear for the stores you see prices of more than 2,000 euros. Displaying the preceding course teams are worth it, anyway.