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GIGABYTE Aorus 15-XA (Coffee Lake-R) Laptop Review (Page 1)

GIGABYTE Aorus 15-XA (Coffee Lake-R) Laptop Review

GIGABYTE's Aorus 15-XA is an affordable yet fantastic gaming experience, its 15.6" SHARP display at 240hz is something to truly consider.

By Steven Bassiri on May 14, 2019 08:40 pm CDT - 1 min, 0 secs reading time for this page
Rating: 93%Manufacturer: GIGABYTE

Introduction

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While we have taken a close look at many new notebooks with Intel's 9th generation 8000 series mobile processors, including those with i9 CPUs, today we take a look at an Aorus branded gaming notebook with a 9th generation 9000 series mobile CPU and an RTX 2070. The notebook in for review today is a bit special because of its 240Hz display, and while it's just 1080P, it should provide a very good gaming experience. Let's see what it has to offer.

Specifications

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As we know, the notebook uses a 9th generation i7-9750H, which has a Turbo up to 4.5GHz. It also features an RTX 2070 paired with a SHARP 15.6" thin bezel FHS 240Hz anti-glare IGZO LCD. Our model came with 16GB of DRAM, a 512GB Intel 760P SSD, and a 2TB HDD. For LAN the notebook offers the latest in wireless AC technology from Killer as well as a Killer LAN chip so that you can utilize Doubleshot Pro. The battery is a 62Wh, and the notebook weighs 5.29lbs. It measures in a 14.21"x9.68"x0.96" (WxDxH).

Pricing

The Aorus 15-XA in our configuration chimes in at $2,199

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