Fast in 1080p games, Decent 240Hz display, 2.5 Gbps Ethernet, Great thermal ability,
Mediocre CPU, Underwhelming keyboard, Pricier than rivals, Some missing features
The graphics processors inside the two products shown below have the same name: RTX 3070. One is destined for desktop PCs, and the other is a gaming laptop. But they don't even get close to delivering the same performance. What's going on here? Is this a...
G igabyte's Gigabyte's refreshed Aorus 15G for 2021 has a subtle, all-black design that takes a page from the company's more svelte Aero lineup of creator-focused laptops. It's a nice upgrade, but there aren't many other changes from last year's model, f...
Sharp, color-accurate screen, Almost no bloatware, Reliably smooth gameplay, It doesn't run loud or too hot
Awkward nostril webcam, Crowded keyboard, Missing a Thunderbolt port, 512GB of storage doesn't cut it
The Aorus 15 G XC, test unit provided by GigabyteThe Aorus 15G XC remains competitive thanks to its new and powerful RTX 3070 - despite the CPU not being updated. Gamers who don't know the predecessor will be very pleased with the new Aorus. It offers goo...
lighter than its its predecessor, webcam shutter, easy maintenance, slightly improved 240-Hz display, good performance of the RTX 3070, slightly more quiet than the competition, large battery with acceptable battery life
case is made of plastic, not metal, no more Thunderbolt, average keyboard instead of mechanical version, screen is not particularly bright, no 4K options, processor slightly slower than in predecessor
The Gigabyte Aorus 15G sports a killer RTX 3070 GPU, but between short battery life, a squishy keyboard and mediocre speakers, the graphics card can't make up for everything...