MEGATech Videos: GIGABYTE Upgrades P34 and P35 Notebooks (COMPUTEX 2014) Michael Kwan June 20, 2014 MEGATech Videos You don’t need to reinvent the wheel when you can keep the same car, upgrade its parts, and significantly up its performance. That was the approach that GIGABYTE took to a couple of its key gaming notebooks at COMPUTEX 2014. More specifically, we dove in with the new versions of GIGABYTE’S P34 and P35 gaming laptops. Starting with the newly upgraded P34, we find a 14-inch full HD display to along with the upgraded NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M and 4th-generation Intel Core i7 quad core processor. Featuring a profile of just 20.9mm, the GIGABYTE P34 is said to be as “slim and light as an Ultrabook.” You’ll also find a hard drive of up to 1.5TB, a 512GB mSATA SSD for speed, and Dolby Digital Plus Home Theater for audio. And yes, it supports NVIDIA Optimus Technology too. While it retains the same 20.9mm profile as its smaller P34 cousin, the larger P35 gets several performance advantages. The 15.6-inch display is just full HD, but you do get NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M graphics with 6GB of GDDR5 VRAM, as well as the 4th-gen Core i7 processor, a pair of 1.5TB hard drives, and two 512GB mSATA drives. Power users may also like the hot-swappable HDD/ODD slot in the front. Get a closer look at both the P34 and P35, as well as the updated P25 with GTX 880M graphics, in the video that we shot from the GIGABYTE suite on the 36th floor of Taipei 101. Don’t forget to check out the rest of our COMPUTEX video coverage, as well as the PC DIY coverage on Futurelooks. They’ve got a video post handling the motherboard side of GIGABYTE’s business for those of you into that sort of thing. Share This With The World!