Gigabyte's M912X touchscreen convertible netbook certainly has the performance, the resolution and the upgrade potential, but it still wasn't the perfect mini-tablet. Battery life was the key complaint, suffering from the CCFL backlight. Thankfully Gigabyte also have an LED-backlit model, the M912M, which drops pixels (the M912M is 1024 x 600 versus 1280 x 768 on the M912X) but brings with it frugality. UMPC Portal have been marking the differences between the two versions, and the M912M certainly comes out ahead for most users.
Check out the review video of the Gigabyte M912M after the cut