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Aero 14 and 16 OLED: Updated Gigabyte creator laptops see a release to the market

Started by Redaktion, March 09, 2023, 17:45:59

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Gigabyte Aero-series laptops are back in OLED form for 2023, rated to combine their Pantone-validated 16:10 displays with the latest 13th-gen Intel and RTX 40-series platforms in "featherweight" 14- or 16-inch builds. They are ready to inspire potential buyers via channels such as Amazon from now.


Hmmm, purely speaking from aesthetics Gigabyte finally made something I'm interested in, for the first time ever.


Technically, and from an aesthetics perspective : Awesome stuff!
But think about the fact, that you're limited with 16gb max. which is soldered in 2023?
Whats wrong with them?

There is a good review on Youtube showing the unit, Aero 14, mentioning that there
is a audible coil whine. Imagine you spend 2000+ bucks for this. What a bummer!


The bet seems interesting but what everyone expects are the AMD ZEN 4 7040 Phoenix = DDR5 + RDNA 3 + PCI 4.0 + USB 4.0 + HDMI 2.1 + artificial intelligence built with XDNA architecture developed by Xilinx taking full advantage of chatGPT which is what wants everyone and everything at 4nm vs 10nm from Intel.

According to professional stores, the AMD 7040 Phoenix CPUs will surpass the Apple M2 in artificial intelligence in performance and efficiency and that is what everyone who wants to buy a laptop is looking for. If you want to know more, simply write in your search engine AMD ZEN 4 7040 Phoenix


Quote from: usacomputer on March 10, 2023, 10:00:54AMD ZEN 4 7040 Phoenix ...developed by Xilinx
One finds in every corner that the CPU has security gaps for malware, its AI makes smart phone calls and thus competes with China.


Quote from: usacomputer on March 10, 2023, 10:00:54According to professional stores, the AMD 7040 Phoenix CPUs will surpass the Apple M2 in artificial

What is this random copy-pasta? Nobody cares about Xilinx IP, not until it becomes utilized by Adobe or another prosumer app. Phoenix with 8 cores will be used for some highly-priced ultraportables and barely anyone will care when the laptop market is slow.

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