GIGABYTE Meets Masato Ohata: Appeal of the AERO, From the Perspective of a Professional Creator
This time, I visited Mr. Ohata when he had time to spare in between his art works. He actually chose our GIGABYTE AERO 17 HDR as his dedicated work laptop. He shared his impressions of the GIGABYTE AERO. I’m very thankful to have had this rare opportunity. I also want to thank Boogie Jiggy Café for taking photos for us. Text: Sekiguchi / Photography credit: Boogie Jiggy Café
Q1: Please introduce yourself and tell us about how you use PC for your work?
Q2: Please tell me about the performance of the PC you’re using now, and your impressions after using the AERO laptop for the first time.
Q3: What was it like using the AERO laptop to work outside your studio?
Q4: How does AERO compare to the laptop you were using before?
Q5: Was there anything else that you noticed when you were using the AERO?
Q6: Is there anything that AERO is inadequate compared to the computer you’re currently using?
Below is an art work that Mr. Ohata made using the AERO.
About Masato Ohata
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