Gigabyte Intros P2532, Q2432 and Q2532 Sandy Bridge Notebooks

By February 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

GIGABYTE has announced three new Sandy Bridge Powered notebooks- P2532, Q2432 and Q2532.

Gigabyte P2532 is a 15.6-inch multimedia notebook which has a thin form factor and stylish design. It is powered by Intel Core i7 Processor, thus delivers the superb performance to enjoy multimedia content such as HD videos. It is equipped with 15.6-inch Full HD LED backlight screen with 1920×1080 resolution for crisp and real alike vivid images. It boasts 4GB Ram and NVIDIA GeForce GT550M with 2GB VRAM with Optimus Technology for delivering superb graphics performance and system stability. Consumers can able to choose from 7200rpm 500GB/750 Hard Disk Drive (HDD). The Gigabyte P2532 notebook equipped with high quality dual chanel stereo speakers and woofer speakers, which are combined with THX TruStudio Pro technology. Other features includes 9.5mm ultra-thin DVD writer, two USB 3.0 ports and a HDMI. Gigabyte offers two colour variants of this notebook, which includes vibrant yellow and exquisite black.

Gigabyte P2532 model Gigabyte Intros P2532, Q2432 and Q2532 Sandy Bridge Notebooks

A Model Launching the Gigabyte P2532 Notebook

Apart from the P2532 notebook, Gigabyte has also annonced the 14-inches Q2432 and 15.6-inches Q2532 notebooks, both of these notebooks are also designed to deliver super performance. The notebooks offers 2nd generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 series processor (consumers can choose processor as per requirment) and hi-end GPUs to deliver superb graphics performance and system stability. Both the notebooks, The Gigabyte Q2432 andQ2532 are boasts attractive design and equipped with two USB 3.0 ports and HDMI for  viewing HD videos on a Bigger screen such as monitor or compatible HDTV. There is no word from Gigabyte regarding P2532, Q2432 and Q2532 price details and availability yet. Stay Tuned.

Gigabyte Q2532 Gigabyte Intros P2532, Q2432 and Q2532 Sandy Bridge Notebooks

Gigabyte Q2532 Notebook. Looks Stylish?

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