Gigabyte P15F

Gigabyte P15F -- 15.6” laptop -- is a perfect substitution laptop for the portable desktops having powerful Intel Core i7 processor with a midrange graphics card for graphics work and gaming.
         It uses a standard specified and enhanced Clevo chassis which is in the form of cheap  plastic lids in other laptops. It uses a gorgeous delicate matt dark plastic that feels more comfortable and also looks more snazzy due to the tenderly tapering edges. Though it has done nothing to demonstrate the keyboard quality, its keys are elastic and have not much travel to them so that these are not particularly pleasant to use and typing is tedious.
          The big chassis allows sufficient space for the ports which include two USB ports (one USB3), two 3.5mm audio jacks and DVD drive to the right and an HDMI connector, aVGA port, eSATA (doubling up as USB3) and a Ethernet port to the left side. The inclusion of 1TB hybrid, hard disk gives an 8GB high-performance solid-state storage store for quicker loading times and boot times of frequently used applications. Absence of SSD, not having a good screen, overall accuracy of 78.9%, cold and a little washed out colour and poor contrast levels (256:1) and very poor viewing angles reduces its popularity. Games and movies won't give a good look in this laptop.
            The specifications include Quad-core 2.5GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB RAM, 15.6in screen size: with resolution 1,920x1,080,and Nvidia GeForce GTX 850M graphic adapter with total storage of 1TB hybrid hard disk, 8GB SSD cache.


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