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Computex 2015 - We've already covered AUROS' stunning world's most powerful 17" slim and 15" offerings and now it's time to round out the range. AUROS and GIGABYTE have plenty to offer in the laptop department this year in Taipei, showcasing a series of laptops for your general to high-end consumer.
First cab off the rank is the X3 plus v3, coupled with the tagline "exceed with less." Making claim to be the world's most powerful 13" offering, this laptop contains an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M within, a 3K IGZO display running at 3200 x 1800 resolution, three SSDs in raid and also measures in at 0.9 inches thick and weighing only 4.12 pounds.
Next is the GIGABYTE p37X featuring an NVIDIA GeForce 960m and an Intel Core i7-5700HQ processor, the P55k V4, the P17F v3, the P14F v3 featuring a 950m DDR3 2GB, 1080p display and mSATA 512GB storage and finally the P55W v4 sporting an NVIDIA GTX 970M, Intel i7-5500HQ and XSplit Gamecaster included.
Computex 2015 - Yesterday (local time) we covered the release of AUROS' new 17" slim laptop that boasts the most powerful performance in the world, including two NVIDIA GeForce 970m video cards and measuring just 0.9 inches thick. Today this new brand is at it again, making claim to having produced the "earth's most powerful 15 inch" laptop.
Complete with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M SLI setup coupled with NVIDIA G-Sync, AUROS has presented us with a 3k IPS display running at 2880 x 1620 resolution, three SSDs in RAID boasting transfer speeds of up to 1500Mb/s and 25 sets of macro keys.
Adding to the pile of features, AUROS claims this is the first laptop in the world to be able to cast your game-play to the world in-house, boasting a live streaming engine located within. There's no telling if this is a third-party collaboration with someone like BlackMagic or AVeRMedia just yet, or pre-installed software like XSplit or OBS.
Computex 2015 - Boasting powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M graphics (GDDR5 6GB) in SLI powering an NVIDIA G-Sync ready, zero tearing, super smooth and fast monitor is the new AORUS X7 Pro-Sync 17" slim laptop, by this sister-brand of GIGABYTE.
Adding to the feature list is 25 customizable macro keys, 'AORUS RAID Xpress' offering speeds of up to 1500Mb/s, three 512 mSATA SSD drives and a 2TB mechanical HDD.
Given the specification you may expect it to be quite hefty, however, AORUS claims this beast is only 0.9 inches thick (2.29CM) and weighs in at a tiny 6.6 pounds (3kg).
Computex 2015 - PC maker Dell used Computex to help showcase its new Inspiron 15 7000 Series 2-in-1 PC.
The 2-in-1 device features a 15.6" display, and can rotate between four different modes: tablet, laptop, tent and stand mode. True Color ships standard with the 7000 Series 2-in-1 PC, and features a wide-viewing angle courtesy of the IPS screen. Dell included the Standard Waves MaxxAudio Pro audio software to provide enhanced audio playback.
Dell promotes the 2-in-1's sub-20 mm form and its 802.11ac wireless standard functionality. Hardware specifications weren't revealed.
Computex 2015 - Gaming company AORUS has launched the X5 gaming laptop, featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC technology.
The 15.6" gaming laptop uses two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M cards in SLI configuration, and runs games in 2880x1620 resolution. Powered by the 5th generaton Intel Broadwell CPU architecture, with support up to 32GB DDR3-1866 RAM, the X5 also has a Mini DisplayPort, HDMI and Surround Port.
The AORUS X5 gaming laptop weighs 5.51 lbs. and is just 0.9 inches thick.
Computex 2015 - PC hardware company MSI has announced its latest gaming laptops will make use of the Intel 5th Generation Broadwell processors. The new CPUs help provide better graphics, longer battery life, and enhanced security improvements, while supporting high resolution while gaming.
In total, there will be 20 refreshed models, with the Intel 5th Generation Core i7 processors used in 18 new MSI laptop models, which include the GT80 Titan SLI, GT72 Dominator, GS70 Stealth, and GS60 Ghost, among others. The refreshed laptops are available starting now.
"The new components in our lineup of gaming laptops, highlighted by Intel's newest Broadwell processor, furthers our goal of delivering the most advanced mobile gaming systems in the world," said Andy Tung, president of MSI Pan America.
Computex 2015 - NVIDIA has had one of the strongest presences it's ever had at Computex 2015, unveiling the GeForce GTX 980 Ti yesterday, and then a massive event at the Grand Hyatt here in Taipei showing off G-Sync powered notebooks, a few different GeForce VR experiences, and more.
Starting with the G-Sync notebooks, there were two models that NVIDIA were showing off. One of them was 4K-capable, which is just insane - 4K, on a notebook, with NVIDIA's incredible G-Sync technology. It was a night and day difference with the demos we were shown, with G-Sync resulting in a silky smooth gaming experience.
It seems Eurocom is the king of performance and features, accounting two new editions to its lineup that once again pack a massive punch.
These new 15.6" P5 and 17.3" P7 Pro models are fully upgradeable and come packed with Intel Core i7-5775C Broadwell CPUs, 32 GB RAM, MXM 3.0b graphics and more. On an Intel 14nm Broadwell base, these laptops further allow you to take full use of BIOS overclocking utilities across Core i5, i7, i7 Extreme and Xeon processors.
The 15.6" model sports different screens ranging from 1920x1080 FHD to 3840x2160 4K with the 17.3" EUROCOM P7 Pro supporting a HD matte or glossy screen only.
ORIGIN PC has announced that it will include NVIDIA G-Sync technology on its EON17-X and EON15-X gaming laptops.
The addition of G-Sync will minimize display stutter, lower input lag, and eliminate screen tearing - while providing 1080p and 4K resolutions. Gamers interested in seeing NVIDIA G-Sync technology in a gaming laptop can join the fun starting this month, according to ORIGIN PC.
"Anything that improves your gaming experience is something that ORIGIN PC craves," said Kevin Wasielweski, CEO and co-founder of ORIGIN PC. "NVIDIA's G-Sync technology is truly a game changing technology that allows us to offer the smoothest and fastest gameplay on a laptop. It's time to leave lag, stuttering, and tearing behind. It's true what they say: Once you go G-Sync you can never go back."
Computex 2015 - Looking to improve our portable technology, NVIDIA has mentioned that it is interested in adding G-Sync to laptops.
As G-Sync sets out to increase frame rates and improve an overall gaming experience, laptops designed with gamers in mind are becoming more popular as technology makes advancements. There is no shortage of Intel i7-toting, NVIDIA 980m wielding 17" beasts on the market and it only makes sense that G-Sync should be added to the arsenal.
NVIDIA's director of technical marketing, Tom Peterson, claims that this technology will be flexible - further claiming that we could see it soon added to mobile phones and Virtual Reality applications.