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Though not a particularly popular brand in the US, Gigabyte has earned some loyal fans (one of them being our very own Chippy!) thanks to their ability to make quality computing products. Now Gigabyte has entered the Ultrabook segment with the“extreme Ultrabook”, as they’re calling it. There are two variants of the : the U2442N and U2442V (which is the one that we’ve got); the only differences is the processor (Core i5 vs. i7). There’s also talk of a non-Ultrabook version which is likely to be referred to as the — be sure not to mix them up! Does Gigabyte’s first entry into the Ultrabook realm stand up to their prior products? Step inside to our full U2442V review to find out.
Launched as part of the Gigabyte X11 event a few days ago (and largely ignored due to the wow factor of the ) are the mainstream Ultrabooks from Gigabyte, the and in various model variation. Starting at $699 and going up to 1600×900 with GT640M graphics, these are definitely worth taking a closer look at. Price, specs and availability below.
Update: Another Gigabyte press release went out on Day 1 of Computex.
Gigabyte are well-know for practical designs with a good set of ports and the/ models are no exception. There’s a range of models to choose from. Here’s a rundown of the differences.