Color us impressed by the Gigabyte Aorus gaming laptop, but it takes a lot and shoves it into a very small package. The 17.3-inch model is a mere 0.9-inches thick and weighs 6.4 pounds, despite the fact that it is housing a pair of NVIDIA GTX 765M chips in an SLI configuration ,a quad-core Intel Core i7-4700HQ processor, two fans, four vents, five thermal pipes, 32GB of memory, a pair of 512GB SSDs, a 1TB HDD, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, backlit keyboard, Killer networking chip, dual HDMI ports, a Mini DisplayPort and a VGA socket.
Unfortunately, the battery life hasn’t been mentioned, but with specs like those aforementioned, they must be in evanescence. But still, you could control entire
drone squads guilds from a machine like this, so it should be great. The Aorus ships in March for $2,100 or $2,800, depending on configuration.