Sturdy little charger for the new Gigabyte Aorus 16

As usual, Gigabyte comes to this year’s edition of Computex with a plethora of products in various ranges, not least gaming laptops. The company is showing, among other things, an updated model in the Aorus family, Aorus 16specifications will not raise any eyebrows, even if set high.

Under the hood of the barely 20 millimeter thick computer is the latest generation Intel Core i7-13700H and Geforce RTX 4070, which is combined with a 16-inch screen in 2,560 × 1,600 pixels and 240 Hz. The really big, or perhaps rather small, novelty compared to last year’s Aorus 15 and 17 is instead the charger.


Gigabyte’s new gallium nitride charger for the Aorus 16 along with an older charger with conventional technology.

To bring the size down from the model brick, Gigabyte costs a gallium nitride charger. The technology means that the charger is 40 percent smaller and thus much easier to fit in the bag. Despite a maximum power of 280 watts, the charger weighs only 650 grams – a relatively low weight compared to previous generations’ heavyweights of 1 kilogram or more.

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In addition to puddle chargers, the new laptop also offers a number of other features, including a new 1080p webcam, support for Windows Hello and 99 watt-hour battery capacity.

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