Gigabyte on Tuesday launched a new range of gaming laptops in India. The company released more laptops in its G5 series focusing on the low-end segment. The new range is powered by up to 12th Gen Intel Core i5 processors and Nvidia RTX 3060 graphics.
The price of the range starts from around Rs 77,000 and goes up to Rs 1,03,000. Let’s see the details.
New Gigabyte G5 Series Specifications and Features
The new Gigabyte G5 range includes three laptops, namely, the Gigabyte G5 KE, the Gigabyte G5 ME, and the Gigabyte GE. The entire lineup is powered by Intel Core i5 processors and has the same design.
The Gigabyte G5 series sports a 15.6-inch Full HD display with a matte black finish. It has 144Hz high refresh rate for all your gaming needs. All three models are powered by Intel Core i5-12500H processor with a base frequency of 2.5GHz and a maximum frequency of 4.5GHz.
The processor is coupled with 8GB DDR4 RAM clocked at 3200MHz. For storage, all have 512GB of M.2 Gen 4 SSD storage.
The Gigabyte G5 KE is the high-end model with 6GB Nvidia RTX 3060 GPU. The Gigabyte G5 ME packs a 4GB Nvidia RTX 3050Ti, while the Gigabyte G5 GE packs a 4GB Nvidia RTX 3050 GPU.
Since the G5 series is meant for gaming, it comes with Gigabyte’s proprietary cooling solution, WINDFORCE cooling technology. The laptop has 59-blade dual fans, 5 heat pipes and 4 exhaust vents to dissipate the heat generated during gaming.
Talking about the battery, they all pack 54Wh batteries with support for 180W charging on the G5 KE and 150W on the G5 ME and G5 GE. All three boot on Windows 11 Home edition and come with Microsoft Office 365 Personal Edition free for 1 year.
New Gigabyte G5 Series price in India
The Gigabyte G5 GE is priced at Rs 77,887, the G5 ME at Rs 85,801 and the G5 KE at Rs 1,03,890. The laptops come with a 2-year carry-in warranty and come with Microsoft Office 365 pre-loaded. The laptop can be purchased from Flipkart and other offline retail stores in the country.
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