Gigabyte outs their Sabre 15 series laptops, based on a Kaby lake 7th Gen Intel Core i7 Processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or GTX 1050 Graphics.
The Sabre 15 is also equipped with the recently announced announced GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB / GTX 1050 2GB graphics that should offer fluid 1080p high graphics settings, all played out wonderfully with the 15.6" Full HD 1920x1080 WVA anti-glare display.
The Sabre 15 comes with optimized 2.0mm travel scissor type keys, for that extra feel and precision. To top that off, the Sabre 15 features RGB backlight keyboard with 16.8 million colors (optional) and is controlled through the well-known software Flexikey, giving gamers endless possibilities to customize their keyboard.
Coming in with a double storage configuration, with up to 1TB ultra fast M.2 SSD and up to 2TB HDD, taking the total storage to a whopping 3TB max. Added with a maximum of 32GB expandable DDR 4-2400 memory, gamers can enjoy fast data transfers and memory performance all round. Last but not least, the Sabre 15 has adopted a dual array microphone to eliminate unwanted noise in order to give gamers a truly high-quality voice communication without using a headset. The Sabre 15 comes with never-seen-before additional 3 external display connections, having atotal of 4 displays at yourdisposal. With the ever increasing popularity in eSports, new gamers are emerging rapidly, wanting to experience the sensation of PC gaming (at home or on the go). GIGABYTE introduces the Sabre 15 for emerging or casual players without sacrificing performance.
Sabre 15 Specs
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GDDR5 4GB/GTX 1050 GDDR5 2GB
- 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor
- DDR4 2400MHz – Up to 32GB
- 16.8 Million Colors RGB Backlit Keyboard (optional) with Optimized 2.0mm Key Travel Distance
- 15.6" Full HD 1920x1080 WVA Anti-Glare Display
- M.2 PCIe Gen3 X4 SSD – Storage Speed in Overdrive (*optional)
- Dual-Storage System: up to 3TB
- Sound Blaster Cinema 2
- Dual Array Microphones
- XSplit Gamecaster + Broadcaster for Streaming and Recording