GIGABYTE Announces Two New Gaming Laptops, GIGABYTE P56 and GIGABYTE Sabre 15
Gaming component manufacturer Gigabyte announces two new gaming laptops at CES 2017. The newly announced P56 and Sabre 15 are both 15 inches screen size laptops. Both of the variants are capable of fantastic gaming performance output. Although, P56 is targeted for game enthusiast audience, while, Sabre 15 sits down for average 1080p graphics output lovers.
01: GIGABYTE P56: An enthusiast’s dream
The high end hardware parts put into P56 makes it a gaming enthusiast’s dream. The model comes with 15.6 inches UHD (Ultra high definition) screen capable of 3840 x 2160 resolution display. A 7th-generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card powers Gigabyte P56. The hardware enables raw output at P56, not just 1080p display but the machine goes beyond that. The model is all set to play all the latest games at higher resolutions. Even at 3840 x 2160 resolution level.
In order to maximize the potential use of UHD display in P56, there is optional UHD Blu-ray drive for eye candy entertainment experience. P56 consists a high speed, high bandwidth USB type-C also known as Thunderbolt. The keyboard comes with rare island style per-key RGB (red-green-blue) backlit lights. The color choice varies to 16.8 million selections based on gamer’s preference with multiple patterns. Talk about backlit keyboard innovation and Alienware is far behind here.
The million dollar question arises here is the consumption and battery capacity of P56, since it gives so much raw power. Therefore, P56 comes with whooping 91 Watt-hour battery to keep laptop going while unplugged.
02: GIGABYTE Sabre 15: A 1080p Machine
Gigabyte Sabre 15 comes with 15.6 inches screen and a 7th generation i7 processor powers the machine. Furthermore, it supports a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB / GTX 1050 2GB as a graphics card. Both of the hardware installed in Sabre 15 makes it a 1080p machine at home or on the move. Sabre 15 comes with optimized 2.2mm travel scissor type keys, for extra feel and precision of keys. It also has RGB backlit keyboard with 16.8 million colors.
All in all, Gigabyte introduced two gaming beasts for the audience who are fond of smooth graphical experience either at home or on the go. Gigabyte did not mention price point at this moment, although, we expect P56 to be above $1000 and Sabre 15 above $800.