Gigabyte rolls out 15.6-inch P2532 gaming and Q2432 and Q2532 mainstream notebooks

Gigabyte is trying to win the gamers hearts with a new 15.6-inch P2532 Sandy Bridge powered laptop which features premium sports car theme and packs enough power for the gamers demand.

The new P2532 model has 15.6-inch Full HD 1920×1080 LED backlight display, quad-core 2nd generation Intel Core i7 Processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT550M with 2GB VRAM. For better audio enjoyment, Gigabyte is equipped the notebook with four dual-channel stereo speakers and a woofer speaker combined with THX TruStudio Pro technology. There are also 4GB of RAM, 500GB/750GB HDD that are spin at 7200rpm, WiFI, two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI and an ultra-thin 9.5mm DVD burner.

Gigabyte P2532 notebook

The gaming machine is available in vibrant yellow and exquisite black, but the price and date of appearance was not announced.

Gigabyte also announced the 14-inch Q2432 and 15.6-inch Q2532 laptops with rippling pattern design which are “perfect choices everyday mobile computing”. The can be equipped with Intel Core i7/i5/i3 series processor, discrete GPU (Q2432A and Q2532N models) and include features like USB 3.0 ports and HDMI.

Gigabyte P2532 notebook

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