World's First Microsoft Azure AI Notebook
GIGABYTE collaborates with Microsoft Azure to create the world’s first AI laptop, AERO. GIGABYTE users don’t need to worry about what is the best mode as the laptop will adjust itself by applying the optimal setting accordingly. Enjoy a smooth experience without manually adjust the settings.
GIGABYTE x Microsoft Azure: World's First AI Laptop
GIGABYTE collaborates with Microsoft Azure, world renowned tech giant in AI technology, to create the world’s first fully automated AI powered laptop, the AERO. Performance laptops comes with infinite cooling configuration/mode possibilities that sounds great on paper but falls flat when it comes to real world application. Laptop cooling and performance goes hand in hand, with that said, we all know it is near impossible to monitor temperature or micro adjust while gaming or working, which results in an underperforming and noisy laptop experience. As to user agreement, the Microsoft Azure AI can automatically determine and adjust by analyzing user preferences and usage. Furthermore, the AI is then taken online to the Microsoft Cosmos DB to continue its machine learning process, sending back and forth detailed adjustment settings for the fans, CPU and GPU. All the info is then captured and used by the AERO laptop.
Microsoft Azure AI can detect which APP is running and automatically adjust profiles for CPU, GPU and fan accordingly in order to offer the optimal using environment. With such feature, AERO laptops can help user fluently transfer from one app to another without further manual settings.
Microsoft Azure AI can help multidisciplinary creatives switch from one app to another without further manual settings.
Turn on the laptop and enjoy the best gaming performance as the Microsoft Azure AI can automatically and dynamically adjust the settings.
With AI, AERO can help students with both their school projects and entertainment.
No More Complicated Manual Settings
With the recent increase (power scheme) options available on majorities of performance laptops, it is apparent that users might not know what is the best setting or mode to choose in order to get the best performance for their setup. GIGABYTE users definitely don’t need to worry about such matters, as the laptop will adjust itself by applying the optimal setting accordingly. This results in a smooth experience without manually adjust the settings.
Users don’t need to ever worry about spending unnecessary time on manually adjusting settings for different environments, usage or games. Just turn on the laptop, no matter if it is for productive work or for intense gaming sessions, feel assured that the settings will be absolutely perfect for the occasion.
System can Automatically& Dynamically Switch to Suitable Power Mode
No Complicated Manual Settings
User can Focus on Their Work and Gameplay
Dynamical Power Distribution
With Microsoft Azure AI, AERO can learn the optimal settings for each app and adjust the power distribution of CPU/GPU and fan modes accordingly.
AERO Series Laptops
Since its launch in 2017, GIGABYTE AERO series creator laptop has been introducing advanced and exclusive features such as ultra-thin screen bezel, Xrite Pantone display calibration, and Microsoft Azure AI. This made-in-Taiwan laptop continues to receive praise from the media and customers, winning numerous awards including Taiwan Excellence 2020 and European Hardware Association (EHA) Best Laptop 2019.
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