Gigabyte has spent the past few years trying to catch up to Razer and its flagship gaming laptop, the Blade. Razer practically invented the thin-and-light gaming laptop category with the Blade in 2013, and since then it’s slowly evolved into a great laptop for both productivity and gaming.
More recently, gaming laptop manufacturers have followed Razer’s lead, trying to position their computers as productivity devices that double as weekend gaming rigs. Gigabyte continues the tradition with the new Aero 14 laptop, which it says can get 10 hours of battery life in a productivity mode that switches over to Intel’s integrated graphics during less intensive activity.
These are the specs:
- 14-inch QHD 2560 x 1440 IPS Display
- Up to 32GB of…