Nvidia paved the way for new gaming laptop releases earlier this week when it introduced its new GeForce GTX 800M Series of mobile GPUs, and sure enough, we've been bombarded with announcements coming in every which direction. One of the companies getting in on the action is Gigabyte, which today announced an array of gaming laptops built with Nvidia's latest 800M GPUs.
For the crowd that prefers a slim and light laptop, Gigabyte now offers its 14-inch P34G and 15-inch P35W. The smaller of the two wields a GeForce GTX 860M GPU with 4GB of dedicated GDDR5 memory. At just 21mm and 1.67kg, Gigabyte claims the P34G is 27 percent thinner and 15 percent ligther than the class average. Look for it to ship in late March.
As for the slightly bigger P35W, it features a GeForce GTX 870M CPU with 6GB of GDDR5 memory. It also features quad-storage and a hot-swappable HDD/ODD slot. You can fill the slots with up to two 512GB mSATA SSDs and two 1TB HDDs. This one will also be available in late March.
Another 15-inch model is the P15F. It has a GTX 850M GPU and 4th Generation Intel Core i7 processor options. Other features include dual-storage slots with rapid SSD support and Sound Blaster Cinema technology. This one will ship in mid-April.
Moving along, the P27G v2 is a 17-inch laptop with a Core i7 quad-core processor, GTX 860M GPU, up to 24GB of RAM, tri-storage slots with RAID 0 support, and a 1080p resolution. The P27G v2 will ship in mid-April as well.
Finally, Gigabyte announced the P25X v2, a premium laptop equipped with Nvidia's flagship GeForce GTX 880M GPU with 8GB of GDDR5 memory. It has three storage slots with RAID 0 support, a Full HD IPS display, backlit gaming keyboard, a subwoofer, and a Blu-ray writer. It will ship in mid-April.
No word yet on prices. In the meantime, check out our photo gallery of the upcoming laptops below.