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Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., commonly known as GIGABYTE, is founded in 1986 by Yeh Pei-Cheng. Based in Taipei, Taiwan, GIGABYTE is a manufacturer of computer hardware products and is best known for its motherboards. The company is a Tier 1 motherboard manufacturer, similar to MSI, ECS, and Asus. GIGABYTE also manufactures graphics cards, notebooks and Netbooks, tablets, AIOs, mobile phones, PC peripherals, PC components, and servers.

Gigabyte Brix Mini Desktop Packs Quite A Bite

01/28/2014, You know what they say about some dogs – their bark is worse than their bite. As for the humble computer, there are times when you might look at a small computer chassis and wonder whether anything good will be able to come out of it. Just like how...

Gigabyte Announces Aorus X7 Gaming Laptop

01/09/2014, If you’ve ever built your own computer, Gigabyte is a name you’ve definitely come across several times. The company manufacturers a variety of components for computers, such as motherboards and graphic cards, just to name a few. Well it looks like...

Gigabyte Announces BRIX Pro DIY PC Kit

01/09/2014, [CES 2014] Being a hotbed for technology, CES is an event where plenty of action goes on each day as various companies try to vie for the attention of the attendees when it comes to the different hardware and concepts on display. Gigabyte is no different,...

Gigabyte P35K Is An Extremely Light Gaming Laptop

11/12/2013, A gaming laptop can be quite an oxymoron when you think about it. Since laptops are naturally not all that powerful as compared to a desktop, to have a gaming class laptop would mean bulking it up with the right processor as well as video graphics card,...

Gigabyte Brix 2 Introduced

09/11/2013, Earlier this year, Gigabyte did announce the unveiling of the Gigabyte Brix, which happens to be a small desktop PC that looks so cute. The entire system was so tiny, it was roughly the size of a wedge of cheese, and it was originally designed to be an...

Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook Revealed

04/26/2013, Earlier this year at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada, we managed to spot the Gigabyte U2142, and after a few months, it is finally available to the masses. The Gigabyte U2142 is a convertible Ultrabook that comes in a 11.6” form factor, where it boasts of...

Gigabyte GP-S3000 Speakers Play Nice With USB 3.0

04/19/2013, USB 3.0 peripherals are not exactly the easiest device to find, and neither are they the most popular with USB 2.0 still reigning in many places. Well, here is something that jives with the USB 3.0 standard which many of you would find it to be an...

Gigabyte U2142 And U2442F Ultrabooks Unveiled At CES 2013

01/08/2013, [CES 2013] Ultrabooks have no doubt gained a lot of traction in the past year or so, and if you’re in the market for a new Ultrabook, Gigabyte has announced the U2142 and U2442F Ultrabooks, with the former offering a hybrid setup, while the latter...

Gigabyte Unveils S1082 And S1185 Windows 8 Tablets

01/08/2013, [CES 2013] If you’re interested in picking up a new Windows 8 tablet, Gigabyte has announced two new tablets at CES 2013 – the S1185 designed for the average Joe, and the S1082 which has been designed for the not-so-average Joe, or rather the more...

Gigabyte shirt carries data around

09/13/2012, You would have heard of the expression “wearing your heart on your sleeve”, but in the future, someone might actually ask you to wear your data. That puzzled look would soon make way for an acknowledgement in the future, as NASA scientists has...

Gigabyte Aivia Xenon does not look like a mouse at all

06/29/2012, When you first lay your eyes on the Gigabyte Aivia Xenon, chances are, you would think that this might be some sort of weird looking remote control. Well, sad to break the news to you, but this is actually a mouse. Yes sir, the Gigabyte Aivia Xenon is the...

Gigabyte X11 notebook unveiled, weighs in at an impressive 975g

05/31/2012, A little over a week ago, we reported that Gigabyte was set to launch its lightest notebook yet, and according to their claims, this would be the “lightest notebook on Earth”. Did they live up to their claims? We think they might have as far as...