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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.

Video demo after the cut

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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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Gigabyte M1405 notebook surfaces at 2010 Taipei Game Show

Gigabyte M1405 notebook surfaces at 2010 Taipei Game Show

When I hear the name Gigabyte, I don’t think of notebooks and computers first. I think of computer hardware like mainboards. Gigabyte has been in the hardware market for years, but offers several different notebooks and netbooks too.

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For DIYers and PC Gamers, GIGABYTE System Builder released by Futuremark

For DIYers and PC Gamers, GIGABYTE System Builder released by Futuremark

Most shoppers for a new PC face the dilemma of deciding how much to spend (especially in this economy) and what type of performance they should expect in return.  Known for its performance analysis software and services( for PCs and smartphones such as the the 3DMark benchmark suite), Futuremark, is attempting take the strenuous guesswork out of the process of purchasing a PC with the System Builder by Gigabyte online tool.

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MID development slashed as manufacturer interest wanes?

Many have accused Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) as being gadgets in dire search of a purpose, and despite Intel’s push for the segment the talk out of Taipei is that the ultraportable touchscreen handhelds are having a difficult time finding traction among manufacturers.  DigiTimes is reporting that several companies originally signed up to Intel’s Mobile Internet Device Innovation Alliance (MIDIA) have axed MID development, while those manufacturers who have actually shipped devices have only done so in numbers described as “very weak”.

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Gigabyte Booktop M1305 ultraportable gets GPU-toting desktop dock [Video]

Gigabyte Booktop M1305 ultraportable gets GPU-toting desktop dock [Video]

Gigabyte have always thought a little different with their ultraportables, and their latest model is no different.  The Gigabyte Booktop M1305, like the Booktop M1022 we reviewed back in June, comes with a desktop docking station; however, the M1305 is a 13.3-inch 1,366 x 768 machine and uses Intel's CULV processors, rather than the paltry Atom N270, and squeezes an NVIDIA GeForce GT220 GPU with 1GB of DDR3 memory into the dock for improved graphics performance.

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Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 and G210 retail cards announced

Been waiting for some of that sweet NVIDIA 40nm GPU action, but aren’t keen on buying a new PC with an OEM card installed?  You’ll be pleased to hear that the first retail versions of NVIDIA’s GeForce GT 220 and G210 video cards have emerged, initially courtesy of Gigabyte, and both carrying prices well under the $100 mark.

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