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Gigabyte Launches X11, U2442, and U2440 Notebooks

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Gigabyte announces three new ultra lightweight notebooks; X11, U2442, & U2440

  • The X11 is the lightest 11.6" full carbon fiber notebook at only 975g. The suggested price is from $999 to $1,299 and is expected to hit the market in July.
  • The U2442 series weighs only 1.57kg and measures the thinnest part at 1.85cm. The suggested price is from $999 to $1,299 and is expected to hit the market in mid June.
  • The U2440 notebook is powered by the latest 3rd generation Intel Core processors and Nvidia discrete graphics. The suggested price is around $699 and is expected to hit the market in end June.

   

Gigabyte X11

The ultra thin form factor, with carbon fiber makes the X11 the lightest 11.6'' notebook at 975g. The specific strength of carbon notebook is six times stronger than of an aluminum notebook. The design of X11 has the thinnest part at only 0.3cm, the thickest part at 1.65cm.

The X11 is powered by a 3rd generation Intel Core processors, Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional, 128 GB SSD, USB 3.0 and Bluetooth 4.0.

Gigabyte U2442

The 14" U2442 weighs 1.57kg and has a profile from 18.5 to 21mm. It is powered by a 3rd generation Intel Core processors and Nvidia GeForce GT 650M / GT 640M discrete graphics reaching 3DMark Vantage at 9,587 points. The U2442 has a dual air vent design(one for CPU and one for GPU) that helps eliminates heat and keeps noise to a minimum. The innovative quick battery status check allows seeing how much battery power is remaining when the notebook is off. Simply click on the right mouse button and the LED lights will light up to indicate how much battery power is remaining.

Gigabyte U2440

The 14" U2440 is designed with an aluminum dark gray cover, 3rd generation Intel Core processors, GeForce 630M GPU and a 1TB HDD in a form factor of 21.5mm. The notebook supports an mSATA for Intel Rapid Start, which allows the notebook to resume from sleep mode in seconds. The U2440 features an HD display and THX TruStudio Pro audio technology. In addition, it is loaded with other features, including USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4 supporting 3D/HD output and the energy efficient Bluetooth 4.0.

   

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    HopelessNoob , June 8, 2012 5:09 AM
    i am definitely going to get my hands on one of those U2440s if the $699 price tag is about right
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    oneblackened , June 8, 2012 5:29 AM
    ^Seconding that one.
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    archange , June 8, 2012 8:47 AM
    ^I third!

    On second thought, I really hate that display panel they chose for it.
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    wemakeourfuture , June 8, 2012 12:50 PM
    If Apple comes out with a 15 inch with 2560 x 1600 that changes everything for me. I'd wait for the PC manufactures to catch up and offer something similar before I buy a new machine. My preference is PC over Mac, but I can't deny Macs push the PC industry to offer better products than they probably would have (IMHO)
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    Wisecracker , June 8, 2012 3:51 PM

    GeForce 630M is old, hot and busted.

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    Anonymous , July 11, 2012 11:56 AM
    it's nearly mid July and non of those hit the market wtf not even amazon