In a sea of underwhelming and uninspiring designs, sometimes you just want a big, bold splash of color to go along with the higher-end performance you desire. The GIGABYTE AERO 14 line of laptops has never been afraid to stand out from the crowd and now there's an upgraded version boasting NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics. But wait. There's more.

As you may already be familiar, the GIGABYTE AERO 14 comes in a range of bright colors like orange and green shown above, but the color goes far more than skin-deep. For starters, the display panels have been calibrated such that they are X-Rite Pantone Certified. This means that if you are taking on any graphic work where you need pitch-perfect color reproduction, this could be the mobile workstation for you.



Of course, having the new GTX 1050 Ti graphics on board certainly won't hurt when it comes to more graphically-intense applications either. The goal here is to combine mobility with productivity and connectivity in a package that is both aesthetically-pleasing and up to the task of everyday creative work.

Running our way down the spec sheet, we find Thunderbolt 3 connectivity to handle faster throughput for your external devices (like triple 4K monitors when used in tandem with mini DP and HDMI connections), as well as an added M.2 PCI-E slot for additional storage possibilities. You can upgrade to a QHD IPS display to maximize the visuals, along with up ot 32GB of DDR4-2400 RAM, up to 1TB of storage, a 7th-generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor, and a large 94Wh battery good for up to 10 hours of continuous use.

And you'll be glad to bring it around with you, as the GIBABYTE AERO 14 tips the scales at a mere 1.89 kg and measures just 1.9 cm thick. No word on pricing or availability, but based on current models on Amazon, you can probably expect it to list in the $1,700 range or so.

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