Gigabyte isn't known for making phones, but the company is planning to release a new Android handset called the GSmart G1355 that will boast dual SIM support. Plus, it will come with low to mid-range specs, meaning it should be priced for the budget-minded.
Gigabyte has revealed a new tablet, the S1081, and a convertible notebook, the T1006M, at CES 2012, each running Intel's new Cedar Trail Atom CPUs. The Gigabyte S1081 has a 10.1-inch capacitive multitouch display, 500GB hard-drive (or a smaller-capacity, but bump-proof SSD) and USB 3.0, and can be paired with a Multimedia Docking Station that adds a DVD drive and 2.1 speaker system.
When its time to get weird, Gigabyte has you covered with a laptop that flips up, around, and sideways, providing what was back before the tablet era the original slate PC - and now it's time for the newest model, complete with a 1.6 GHz Intel Core i5 processor, the Booktop T1132N. This device has a touchscreen display, a display that can be pulled up to a laptop, twisted around backwards and over the keyboard to be used as a tablet, and pulled back in so the whole mess can be docked in an upright position to be used as a tower desktop PC.
Back in late May, we talked about the interesting looking Gigabyte S1080 Windows 7 tablet that sports a USB 3.0 port. The tablet is interesting with Windows 7 allowing it to turn much of the software that you are used to on your notebook or desktop. The tablet packs in a 1.66GHz Atom N550 processor, has a 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 multitouch display, 2GB of RAM, and weighs in at 0.9kg. The machine sounds a lot like a netbook in specifications.
Did you dream about a hybrid smartphone/tablet? It's only morning in North America, but already the Computex 2011 pre-show presentations have been and gone, ahead of the show-proper opening on Tuesday. There's plenty to see, too, with the East Asian companies bringing out their take on tablets and attempting to find a gap in the iPad's armor, among other things. Read on for the full SlashGear Computex Day Zero wrap-up.
Computex 2011 is here and that means hoards of new tech gear will be debuting today and over the week. Gigabyte has a new notebook right out of the gate called the Booktop M2432 that it is debuting. The machine has a nicely sized 14-inch screen and it is the follow-up to the Booktop M1405. Gigabyte claims that the machine has a desktop grade graphics card built into the included docking station and the machine uses an Intel Core i5 processor.
Gigabyte has outed its latest tablet, the S1080, running Windows 7 on a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N550 dual-core processor. Fresh to Computex 2011 this morning, the S1080 has a 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 multitouch display, 2GB of memory and weighs 0.9kg, taking on the ViewPad 10Pro in the process.
Up until now, Gigabyte's tablet efforts have generally run Windows and been convertible touchscreen netbooks; now, it seems, the company has decided it wants a bite of the Android slate market. ARMDevices spotted the Gigabyte GN-TB100 at CeBIT 2011 this week, a 10.1-inch NVIDIA Tegra 2 tablet with a high-quality 1280 x 800 IPS display, integrated 3G and HDMI.
A new Gigabyte Mini-ITX motherboard promises to make use of Intel Sandy Bridge's dual-HD video stream decoding abilities, packing twin HDMI ports onto the compact 'board. Spotted by Semiaccurate, the Gigabyte GA-H67N-USB3 supports the new Intel H67 chipset for the new Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, and offers two USB 3.0 connections and native eSATA support.
Gigabyte had more than one announcement to release at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The first, which focused on the company's first AMD FusionT Mini-ITX mainboard, was an announcement that plenty of PC builders and enthusiasts were excited for. The company's latest announcement at the event is geared specifically for gamers, and gamers who want to take their rigs seriously.