new Gigabyte P35K

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

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  1. Turkz1

    Turkz1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    The supplier is http://www.camtechsystems.co.uk/, if you email them asking to pre-order and information they will get back to you confirming what I just said.
     
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    denshaSai Notebook Enthusiast

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    I think the P35K-CF2 has 128GB SSD and only 12gb RAM
     
  3. BlkKnight

    BlkKnight Notebook Consultant

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    For those pre-ordering, what pricing have you seen? Camtech have quoted just over £1260+ VAT
     
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    007shinobi Notebook Geek

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    Do you guys think that the P35K will be available with an AZERTY keyboard?
     
  6. cybernick01

    cybernick01 Notebook Consultant

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    I don't see why not. Patience though.
     
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    adibees Notebook Enthusiast

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    I think after the samsungs ditching of the 8870 ativ 8 in the US, this is what i am waiting for. Cant wait to read some reviews
     
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    ablahblah Notebook Consultant

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    hey guys, I think I may have just caught something interesting on the Gigabyte NB facebook page
    https://www.facebook.com/GIGABYTE.Notebook.Global/posts/10151804861591880

    delay possibly due to Windows 8.1 release?
     
  9. zipykido

    zipykido Notebook Consultant

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    If anything they'd delay the release because they couldn't get enough chips. Seems pointless to wait for 8.1 to release since they can just push out that update after release anyway.
     
  10. likebutta

    likebutta Notebook Geek

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    Would not surprise me. Windows 8 is a pile of steaming dung; 8.1 alleviates some of the issues and would probably result is less overall support requests for them.
     
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