@jimmythang: Sorry for being nasty about your writing. I'm not going to go through the entire thing, but here are some ideas:- "Its monitor is good, but not great..." paragraph contains three "great"s in a row with another "great" in the following paragraph. This word is easily replaced with "outstanding", "amazing", "above the competition" etc- The format of flipping images to move between chapters is not the most intuitive, but that's most likely wasn't your choice.- It doesn't emphasize that 94Wr is a rather unusual size for a battery in a laptop this slim. It also doesn't mention that while not running demanding games or software the laptop can squeeze up to 10 hours (at least according to benchmarks on other websites) of battery time, which makes the laptop suitable for professional use.- In general the article doesn't mention several design choices and features that make it a Work and Play computer. It has a numpad (which is a must for Excel users) and large battery for long flights or work during commutes. Gigabyte also were pretty reserved with the exterior design, hence the machine stands out from most other "Gaming Laptops" such as HP Omen and except Razer Blade.- One of the selling points of Aero 15 and Aero 15x is the X-Rite Pantone certified display. In simple words it means that supposedly whatever color you see on the screen, is the exact same color that you will see if you print your work. Which makes it a great display for professionals working with visual assets. But does it really work? Considering there's even a sticker for that certification on the screen I'm surprised you didn't mention it.- While I understand that Gamespot is dedicated to games, rather than Excel and Adobe Illustrator - a lot of your readers are professionals and gaming enthusiasts at the same time. Considering that the Aero series is sort of a best seller right now it seems that Gigabyte have found their customer within the gaming community. Learning about Gigabyte Aero series made me consider getting a gaming computer for the first time in a lot of years, as with it I'd be spending >$1500 not just on gaming, but on a piece of technology that is otherwise useful. A perfect combination for a travelling gamer. Most of my knowledge of it comes from reading stuff, as I still haven't purchased one. Hence I was hoping to learn some new things from a Gamespot article as few outlets have reviewed Aero 15x so far.