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Gigabyte P2742G gaming laptop goes up for sale in UK

  Gigabyte unleashed the beast today with a 17.3-inch gaming laptop that's named, awkwardly enough, the P2742G. The system combines a quad-core Core i7 CPU and a GeForce GTX 660M GPU with Windows 8 and a 1080p display. First announced last fall, the P2742G is now available from £909 in the UK via retailers such as Amazon. Likewise, we've spotted similar pre-order prices for US markets in the 
neighborhood of $1,450. The laptop boasts two storage bays with RAID array support, an optional Blu-ray combo drive and THX TruStudio Pro enhancements. 

You'll also find a 2-megapixel webcam in the mix, but your color choices are limited to either orange or black. That said, if you're able to grab both, you'll be well-coordinated for when Halloween comes around. In the meantime, you'll find the full spec sheet at the source link.


GIGABYTE Launches P2742G

17" Gaming Notebook Join the Revolution
Supports up to 2TB for PC Gaming Enthusiasts
February 2013: London: GIGABYTE launches the P2742G, a premium 17" gaming notebook that packs incredible power and gives consumers superb options for hardcore games. The P2742G includes the intuitive Windows 8, a powerful 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 660M GPU, and two gigantic storage bays to give gamers lightning speed performance, accessibility and playability.
Designed to attract attention

Designed for gamers to enjoy an unparalleled gaming experience, the P2742G comes in two colours: eye-catching orange and svelte black. Be the envy of everyone when you turn up with your gaming notebook at your next LAN party!
Maximum Storage, Lightning Speed Performance and Hybrid HDD
Featuring two bays for storage, the P2742G provides huge storage capacity up to 2TB and supports superior RAID 0 Technology for lightning speed performance. The RAID 0 Technology delivers a screaming fast performance for gamers. Use the power of Raid 0 Technology to your advantage while playing games thus adding lightning quick reflexes to your game giving you an even better advantage to win! For your viewing pleasure, experience picture perfect clarity with 1080p Full HD display, and crystal clear audio with certified THX TruStudio Pro™ Technology. Enjoy the Blu-ray Combo Drive that is excellent for viewing the latest media at home, work or with friends and family.
Experience 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 / NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 660M
Powered by an unrivaled 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Quad-Core Processor that delivers screaming fast performance coupled with a high-end NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 660M GDDR5 2GB graphics processor that supports NVIDIA® Optimus™, NVIDIA® PhysX™ and DirectX 11 Technology, the P2742G provides an unprecedented gaming experience even for the most graphics-laden games. Experience smoother textures, mind blowing realism, faster FPS rates, and eliminate image tearing when playing your favorite game. The P2742G scores an impressive 12,193 on 3DMark Vantage!
SRP: From £909 inc vat available from Amazon.
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Where to Buy:
The Gigabyte range of notebooks can be bought from a variety of retailers including: Laptops Direct, MISCO and Amazon. Full stockiest details can be found here.


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