Gigabyte says it delivers amazing ray-tracing gaming experiences in Cyberpunk 2077 and other games.
Aorus laptops are traditional gaming laptops, while the Aero line is aimed at content creators.
The differences are largely external, as Aorus products generally offer higher refresh rate monitors as Aero products choose more color-accurate panels.
The Aero laptops are elegant and quiet design, while the Aorus laptops look like gaming laptops.
The Aorus 17G is the flagship computer in the Aorus line, and it comes with a 17.3-inch, dedicated to players, It features a mechanical keyboard with exclusive Omron switches.
It also includes a screen refresh rate of 300Hz, which is one of the fastest displays you can find on a gaming laptop.
There are also two new 15.6-inch Aorus 15G and Aorus 15P models, both of which are available With FHD screen with 240Hz refresh rate.
It is considered Aorus 15g More focused on portability, Gigabyte says: It provides eight hours of battery life.
All three Aorus models can be configured with up to an Intel Core i7 H-series processor, the Aorus 17G and Aorus 15G can go up to the GeForce RTX 3080 GPU, while the Aorus 15P can go up to the GeForce RTX 3070.
On the side of the Aero are two new Aero 17 models, one of which comes with a 4K HDR screen The other has an FHD screen.
There are two new models of Aero 15, one with a 4K HDR AMOLED screen and the other with an FHD screen.
Gigabyte says the OLED configuration covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut, with HDMI 2.1, MiniDP, Thunderbolt 3 ports and a UHS-II SD card reader.
The Aero 17 HDR and Aero 15 OLED both include up to GeForce RTX 3080 and Core i9.
- 17G is priced at $ 2,100.
- 15G is priced at $ 1,800.
- 15G is priced at $ 2,000.
- 17 HDR is $ 2,500.
- 17 HDR is $ 3,700.
- 15 OLED is priced at $ 2,200.
- 15 OLED is priced at $ 3,500.