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Gigabyte P34G

alaTest has collected and analyzed 24 reviews of Gigabyte P34G. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People really like the size and screen. The performance and design also get good reviews, whereas there are some mixed reviews about the touchpad and durability. Some have doubts about the battery.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Gigabyte P34G is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Andrew Williams (pocket-lint.com)

Gigabyte P34G v2 review

 

Gaming laptops are usually chunky beasts - the sort of thing that will give you shoulder ache and win you odd looks should you dare to take them out of the house. The Gigabyte P34G v2, however, is something quite different. If you thought gaming PCs...

Great gaming performance, portable, high-quality display

Build not that flashy, fan is very loud under strain, battery can’t match non-gaming rivals

If you thought gaming PCs had to be big, heavy and ugly, then think again. The Gigabyte P34G v2 can't hold a candle to most £1,000+ Ultrabooks in the battery life or looks departments, but it's a discreet and portable laptop with serious gaming power.

Sep, 2014

Expert review by : Henrietta Rowlatt (techradar.com)

Gigabyte P34G v7 review

 

A gaming laptop that owns ‘normcore', and that's a good thing…

Light, thin and stylish ; Quiet and efficient cooling ; Good touchpad

Poor battery life ; Only 2GB of GDDR ; Bouncy keyboard

Gigabyte continue their medium-specced P34 line with a machine that performs well and blends in with co-workers. Although we’d like more battery time.

Jun, 2017

Techradar Recommended 2014

Expert review by : Joe Osborne (techradar.com)

Gigabyte P34G review

 

For the price, this gaming laptop packs a powerful punch

Excellent performance and specs ; Easy overclocking tool ; Great price

Poor touchpad ; Disappointing battery life ; Cheap-looking build

The Gigabyte P34G gaming laptop offers fantastic gaming performance for hundreds less than the competition. It's a no-brainer.

Feb, 2014

Expert review by : Harley Ogier (pcworld.idg.com.au)

Gigabyte P34G gaming laptop

 

The P34G aims for a balance between gaming prowess and the thin-and-light territory of Ultrabooks.

Just 21mm thick, 1.67kg with SSD only ; Can run modern games at low-medium graphical settings ; Ultra Boost’ feature overclocks GPU for a few extra FPS ; Full HD 1920x1080-pixel display ; Solid, attractive construction

Can’t produce playable framerates while running on battery ; No optical drive for disc-based games (fine if you use Steam or Origin)

Oct, 2013

Expert review by : Katharine Byrne (expertreviews.co.uk)

Gigabyte P34G review

 

This is a formidable portable gaming laptop with an excellent screen and powerful hardware

Dec, 2013

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Gigabyte P34G v2 review

 

This lightweight gaming laptop is very capable, although it doesn't have enough battery life for serious use while out and about

The Gigabyte P34G v2 gives you a lot of power for under £1,000, and it's definitely one of the lightest gaming laptops we've ever seen. However, if you're not interested in gaming and would prefer instead to be able to use your laptop on the move all...

Consumer review (newegg.com)

A Unchained Beast, with Ultrabook size

 

I wonder how this would do with 16GB 2133mhz dual channel ram and a 1TB 840 EVO instead of the mSata and traditional hard drive. I imagine it would be a incredible experience for years to come, not that I have any doubts it will be the way it's shipped!

This laptop is incredibly powerful. Except for the MUCH more expensive Razer Blade, which is sold out in so many places, you cannot get a faster 14" Laptop ; 14" is truly a size I've fallen in love with. Great for carrying in a backpack, but the screen...

No Optical drive. I have noticed I don't really need one built in at all as of late, digital distribution really is here ; Fans can be loud ; May take a little tweaking to get the best battery life for light use

Jun, 2014

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Not Compatible with Wii U Control Pad

 

I wonder how this would do with 16GB 2133mhz dual channel ram and a 1TB 840 EVO instead of the mSata and traditional hard drive. I imagine it would be a incredible experience for years to come, not that I have any doubts it will be the way it's shipped!

This laptop is incredibly powerful. Except for the MUCH more expensive Razer Blade, which is sold out in so many places, you cannot get a faster 14" Laptop ; 14" is truly a size I've fallen in love with. Great for carrying in a backpack, but the screen...

No Optical drive. I have noticed I don't really need one built in at all as of late, digital distribution really is here ; Fans can be loud ; May take a little tweaking to get the best battery life for light use

Jun, 2014

Consumer review (productreview.com.au)

Good Laptop. Highly recommend.

 

have been using gigabyte laptops for years now. all my friends with other brands have been through 3 laptops and and mine is still going strong, few minor things, but nothing a quick google cant fix.. would definitely say that gigabyte is going to be...

Jan, 2019

Consumer review (reevoo.com)

Gigabyte P34G V5

 

Nice and clean design, the backlit keyboard is handy. I've tried a few games so fair and didn't seem to cause any trouble.

Upgrading past W8 was a pain in the rectum, but got it upgraded to W10 eventually. On the down button, the "Pg Dn" symbol is slanted ever so slightly that it's not that annoying, but I know it's there... I know... Always

Sep, 2015
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