You can get either a model with full HD screens for less money, but video editors or other creators will probably have the 4K screens. The 1
Gigabyte also promises a thin, lightweight body (though it hasn’t said how easy yet) and a full-day battery, Thunderbolt, USB Type C and HDMI ports, along with a UHS-II SD card reader.
Aero 15 laptops range from $ 1,999 to $ 2,399 for full HD models, while Aero 15 OLED laptops start at $ 1,899 and go all the way up to $ 4,099, depending on CPU, memory, SSD and other options. The Aero 17 full HD starts at $ 1,699, while the flagship Aero 17 HDR ranges from $ 2,299 up to $ 4,299.
On the gaming side, Gigabyte also revealed the AORUS 17X, 17G and 15G laptops with 240Hz gaming screens, 10-gen Intel Core i7 / i9 CPU with up to 8 cores, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070/2080 Super GPU and up to 240Hz display. The AORUS 15G laptops start at $ 1,699 and go up to $ 2,899, while the AORUS 17G ranges from $ 1,799 to $ 2,799 and the high-end AORUS 17X starts at $ 2,399 and goes to $ 3,799. All Aero and AORUS laptops can be ordered from today, with delivery expected by April 15.