new Gigabyte P35K

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by [-Mac-], Jun 2, 2013.

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  1. IWTT

    IWTT Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hopefully Gigabyte isn't holding Gentech's family members hostage or anything. ;p
    I can't see why Gentech would not be happy to post a strength test video.
    Or maybe we can hope to see some direct competitors of the P35K.
     
  2. Paper Planes Channel

    Paper Planes Channel Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have the p35k cf2. I got it nov 14 from Gentech. I also received a bent version almost a month ago from another vendor. The one I currently have is in good shape. I would say go ahead and order one for yourself and treat it like you should anything that costs this much, WITH CARE. I don't imagine it would bend under any stress that I would be applying to it.
     
  3. WhiteBoySHady

    WhiteBoySHady Notebook Consultant

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    Or go to the gigabyte website and it should have everything there -_-
     
  4. O15

    O15 Newbie

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    I'm having a hard time convincing myself not to buy the 14" Blade.

    At $2,700 AUD, I know the price is absurd, but it's easily the best looking in it's class and that battery life very nice.
    I wouldn't have thought I'd ever consider such an expensive laptop, that's almost what I spent on my desktop.
     
  5. WhiteBoySHady

    WhiteBoySHady Notebook Consultant

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    Ok windows 7 on this isn't gonna be good cause you can't control most of your laptop, like fans and keyboard and so on, even the gigabyte board is different on windows 7 so no windows 7 for me.

    Now who can help me install the recovery on the msata it keeps going to the normal harddrive :/ helppzzzzz!!
     
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    I left awhile ago in search of more sturdier replacements as well. I just found this if you're interested :
    Acer Aspire V7-482PG-9884 - Notebookcheck.net External Reviews
    i7 4500U, 750M, 53wh batt, msata+hdd, backlit keyboard, touchscreen, supposedly good speakers. Close to a P34G with a touchscreen and bigger battery, which is what I was looking for.
     
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    It works perfectly for me. Windows 8 is a nightmare I hate it.
     
  8. Paper Planes Channel

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    I considered this laptop for a long time and was one I really wanted.. but it's just nowhere near worth the price and it's not upgrade-able. That is the biggest down side to the laptop. If it fits your needs and will last you 3 years and you just have to have that look, go for it.
     
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    So, is the P35K-CF2 the reviewed version? The one where the bending has been corrected?

    Can someone clarify this?
     
  10. zipykido

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    There is no change to any of the versions. They only changed the packaging. Apparently the first batch got dropped in such a way that caused a lot of damage. CF1 and CF2 refer to configuration differences only, they never changed the laptop itself.
     
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