Conclusion: Still, the P35K—like the even lighter, 14-inch MSI GE40 and Razer Blade—is a good illustration of the fact that a gaming laptop need no longer be a 17-inch leviathan, with unique features like its available quad-drive storage that make it worth a look from weight-watching gamers.
Pros: Solid performance at a good price, Slim design and light weight, Nice, bright 1080p IPS display with wide viewing angles
Cons: Spartan-looking design, Loud cooling fans, Gaming performance falls short at high resolution and quality settings
Summary: There’s no doubt that aesthetically the Gigabyte P35K Ultrablade Gaming Laptop is a great improvement over the P25 seen a few weeks go, in fact the Gigabyte P35K Ultrablade Gaming Laptop is a good looking, sleek (just 22mm thick) and light Gaming laptop. But does it have it where it counts?