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Gigabyte outs dirt-cheap GZ-P5 computer case

Gigabyte outs dirt-cheap GZ-P5 computer case

Gigabyte is huge in the computer hardware business with all manner of gear like mainboards and other stuff like cases. Generally when you are shopping for a computer case for a gaming or enthusiast class machine you can expect to spend close to $100 on the low end of the spectrum. Gigabyte has unveiled a new computer case called the GZ-P5 that is one of the cheapest cases in the land.

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Gigabyte T1125 Core i3/i5 netvertible gets clever twisty dock [Video]

Gigabyte T1125 Core i3/i5 netvertible gets clever twisty dock [Video]

With all the talk of slates, you could easily forget that there's more to touchscreen computing than just keyboard-less tablets.  NetbookNews has been playing with Gigabyte's new T1125 convertible touchscreen netbook, though it's worth noting from the outset that this isn't some Atom-based weakling.  Instead Gigabyte is offering a choice of dual-core, Core i3 and Core i5 chips, along with optional NVIDIA Optimus graphics and an updated docking station with a slot for a removable DVD burner.

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Gigabyte’s Sandy Bridge P67A-UD3R, P67A-UD3 and H67MA-UD2H motherboards previewed

Gigabyte’s Sandy Bridge P67A-UD3R, P67A-UD3 and H67MA-UD2H motherboards previewed

Gigabyte has come clean on its upcoming 6 Series motherboards, designed for Intel's "Sandy Bridge" second-gen Core processors.  Three new 'boards have been previewed - the Gigabyte P67A-UD3R, P67A-UD3 and H67MA-UD2H - each with an Intel 6-series chipset for LGA 1155 processors; there's also USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps as standard, and CrossFireX graphics support.

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Gigabyte T1125 convertible tablet due today; iPad rival promised by early 2011

Gigabyte T1125 convertible tablet due today; iPad rival promised by early 2011

Gigabyte's renamed T1125 convertible 11.6-inch notebook PC - launched earlier this year as the Gigabyte M1125 - will apparently go on sale in Taiwan today, according to DigiTimes, though the company's more direct iPad competitor won't arrive until later in the year.  No specific details have been given, but the company says it has plans to unveil an "iPad-like" tablet at the end of 2010 or early in 2011.

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Logitech Revue Google TV box passes the FCC

Logitech Revue Google TV box passes the FCC

Logitech's Revue Google TV box has cleared the FCC, with a new filing from the company's OEM partner Gigabyte.  Wireless Goodness spotted the new listing, which also includes some internal shots [pdf link] of the Revue's hardware; unsurprisingly, it all looks much like a regular nettop inside, with an Intel CE4150 1.2GHz processor doing all the major crunching.

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Gigabyte M8000X Gaming Mouse Debuts for Professionals

Gigabyte M8000X Gaming Mouse Debuts for Professionals

Yes, there are people out there that play video games for fun, and still there are others that play for money. Lots of money, actually. It's a pretty lucrative business decision, if you've got the chops to cut it against the cut-throat adversaries out there. Luckily enough, there are companies like Gigabyte out there who care enough to produce peripherals for the gaming elite, and that's why the Gigabyte M8000X is so special: it's got features to make any professional gamer out there a happy camper.

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Gigabyte M1125 convertible incoming with Intel Core i-Series CPU

Gigabyte M1125 convertible incoming with Intel Core i-Series CPU

With Computex 2010 kicking off next week, Gigabyte have spilled the beans on some of what we can expect to see.  Among the motherboards - catering both for Intel and AMD's newest hexacore processors - there's a new GV-R587SO-1GD graphics card based on ATI's Radeon HD 5870 GPU.  However, we're most interested in the Gigabyte M1125, spotted in a thumbnail on Gigabyte's site and detailed over at SemiAccurate, an 11.6-inch convertible touchscreen notebook packing a processor from Intel's Core i-Series.

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Gigabyte offers On/Off Charge drivers for charging iPad

Gigabyte offers On/Off Charge drivers for charging iPad

Some iPad owners are finding out that their PC USB port will charge the iPad when the iPad is turned off and not in use but won’t change if turned on. The issue is reportedly because the power requirements for the iPad when it is running is more than some mainboards can support.

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Pics of new Gigabyte mini-ITX H55N-USB3 mainboard surface

Pics of new Gigabyte mini-ITX H55N-USB3 mainboard surface

The typical computer system that an enthusiast would use for gaming or general office work uses an ATX form factor mainboard. There are some cases where the ATX form factor is too big, like SFF computers and HTPC machines.

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Gigabyte BookTop M1305 & M1405 with external GPU docks get video demo

Gigabyte BookTop M1305 & M1405 with external GPU docks get video demo

Remember Gigabyte's BookTop M1405, the docking-station equipped notebook that not only gained extra ports when locked into place, but an external graphics card?  Gigabyte have been demonstrating it at CeBIT 2010 this week, and it looks an interesting prospect.  In fact, there are two new BookTops, the M1405 - with a 14-inch display - and its 13-inch M1305 partner, packing a choice of Celeron ULV, Pentium or Core 2 Duo processors.  Inside the dock, meanwhile, there's an NVIDIA GeForce GT220 with 1GB of its own DDR3 memory.

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Gigabyte T1000P multitouch netbook gets video hands-on

Gigabyte T1000P multitouch netbook gets video hands-on

Remember Gigabyte's new multitouch convertible netbook, the T1000, spotted on the company's site over the weekend?  Gigabyte have been showing it off properly at CeBIT 2010 this week, and several people have stopped by for a quick hands-on.

Video demo after the cut

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Gigabyte TouchNote T1000 netbook-tablet packs new Atom N470

Gigabyte TouchNote T1000 netbook-tablet packs new Atom N470

After Intel prematurely pulled the trigger on their Atom N470 announcement yesterday, we've now got official confirmation about one of the first netbooks to use the new, 1.86GHz processor.  The Gigabyte TouchNote T1000 is, as the image suggests, another of the company's convertible netbook-tablets, with a 10.1-inch 1,366 x 768 touchscreen and a choice of the N450 or N470 CPUs.

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