Gigabyte unveils three new netbook models, to be officially introduced at CeBIT this week. The new line includes the “Booktop” M1022 version, which boasts a special dock that houses various essential outputs, together with the ability to vertically place your lappy on the desktop. Additionally you get a 10.1-inch display, 1.6GHz Atom N270 processor, 160GB HDD, 2GB of RAM, 6-cell battery and Windows XP onboard. The T1028 on the other hand, is a tablet netbook, packing the same specs as the M1022, only with the new N280 Atom CPU and the revolutionary GN40 chipset that aims to be the “next thing” within the netbooks world. The third, out of the three, is the ThinNote S1024 model which looks like a basic version, sporting the usual specs we’re all familiar with. Naturally, there’s no word on price or availability yet, but you can hit the link below for further details.

Update1: Gigabyte has officially uploaded specs and info about the new coming ThinNote S1024 and M1022 devices, so feel free to jump over and get your impression.

Update2: The guys at UMPCPortal have managed to put their hands on the T1028 Touchnote tablet netbook, which comes with an integrated 3G module inside. Check out the unboxing video after the break.

Update3: Checkout Gigabyte BookTop M1022unboxing video after the break [in German].

Update4: Looks like Gigabyte Booktop M1022 and TouchNote T1028 tablet PC are finally available Stateside, and can both be ordered on Amazon, for $449 and $599 respectively.

[via engadget Chinese]



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