GIGABYTE is teasing gamers by promising to showcase "the world’s first PCIe 4.0 interface M.2 SSD," and new Aero 15 and 17 gaming laptops with the latest Nvidia GPUs and Samsung AMOLED displays at Computex 2019.
The PCIe 4.0 interface M.2 SSD will be compatible with the new AMD platform -- obviously the new AMD X570 chipset motherboards that will come along with the Ryzen 3000 series 7nm Zen 2 architecture desktop CPUs -- to provide video editors with 5000 MB/s read/write speeds in low temperatures.
The first GIGABYTE’s AERO 15 laptop laucnhed in 2017. The AERO series is now receiving a fresh redesign in both appearance and performance. And for the first time GIGABYTE will release a 17” model for those who create content constantly on a mobile PC. Both 15” and 17” AERO come with the latest Intel and NVIDIA technologies, and could be the first to offer a 4K Samsung AMOLED display. Not only does it support a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut which offers a 25% wider range of colors than the traditional sRGB, but it also meets the VESA Display HDR 400 standard. Coupled with being Xrite Pantone calibrated and certified before it leaves the factory, the AERO series laptops promise to produce more details and color accuracy than competing products with a traditional LCD.
Computex 2019 runs from May 28th until June 1st in Taipei.