GIGABYTE has introduced its new generation of AERO professional notebooks, a series that is mainly aimed at to content creatorsand that it is equipped with the latest generation components, including the new Intel Core processors based on the Alder Lake-P architecture and, of course, the new GeForce RTX 30 series, which are compatible with NVIDIA Studio drivers.
NVIDIA Studio driver support is very important as this translates to world-class enhancements to major professional applications video editing, photography, rendering and 3D content creation. Among the supported applications are some as popular as Adobe Premiere Pro and Davinci Resolve.
On the official GIGABYTE website we can find a total of three different models: the AERO 17, a version with a screen of 17.3 inches that uses a mini-LED panel with 4K resolution, has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, is equipped with Alder Lake-P processors, uses DDR5 memory, can be configured with up to 4 TB of PCIE Gen4 SSD storage and mounts NVIDIA RTX 30 series GPUs.
The GIGABYTE AERO 16 has a panel of 16-inch type OLED, its resolution is UHD+, and it maintains the keys of the previous model at the hardware level, including DDR5 support, Intel Alder Lake-P processors, and NVIDIA RTX 30-series graphics. Finally we have the AERO 5, which has a 15.6-inch OLED screen, mounts Intel Core i7 Alder Lake-P processors, also supports up to 4 TB of PCIE Gen4 SSD storage and comes with NVIDIA RTX 30 GPUs, although this version opts for DDR4 memory.
All models offer top-tier performance, thanks to their excellent balance of high-end components, and offer high efficiency. In this sense, it is important to remember that the Intel Alder Lake-P processors that the GIGABYTE AERO mounts are configured with high-performance cores and high-efficiency cores, which allows consumption and performance to be adapted in real time depending on our needs in every situation.
On the other hand, we must not forget that the GeForce RTX 30 GPUs offer ray tracing accelerationwhich can greatly improve performance in various content creation and rendering applications, and support DLSS second generation, an intelligent image reconstruction technology that has marked a turning point in the sector. Last but not least, we have the value of technologies Max-Q, that allow these next-generation, high-performance GPUs to be integrated into lighter and thinner equipment.