Sunday, 13 September 2009

Gigabyte Announces New T1028X Convertible Touchscreen Netbook Atom N280 1.66GHz CPU, 1366 x 768 Display, 6-Cell 54Wh Battery Pack

Among the most popular devices in the electronics market today are the
netbook computers. Ultra-portable PCs that feature a well-rounded
feature list along with an eye to highly mobile and networked users, the
netbooks seem to have become the computer of choice for those who are
looking to keep in contact with their social networking sites while on
the go. Without much fanfare, Gigabyte Computers has announced today
that it has revamped its T1028M netbook and rebranded it the T1028X.

The Gigabyte T1028X is essentially a 10.1-in redux on their earlier
convertible netbook, the T1028M. Among the key changes is a switch in
processor, moving up to the Atom N280 1.66GHz CPU paired with a faster
front-side bus, and a higher-resolution display, now running at 1366 x
768. The T1028 also increases your input flexibility by giving you a
choice of keyboard, touch pad or stylus.

The convertible panel allows one to easily share work with colleagues
and its ability to rotate and fold down turns the PC into a tablet
allowing you to scribble away with the stylus. Comfortable and accurate
typing is assured by a 92% full-sized keyboard with wide key spacing at
17.5-mm. An integrated 3.5 G module lets you access high-speed Internet
anytime, anywhere.

The T1028X also gets the 6-cell 54Wh battery pack as standard, and keeps
the optional integrated HSPA of the original T1028M. There's also an
ExpressCard 34 slot, 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard-drive, while Bluetooth
and WiFi b/g are both standard. The Gigabyte T1028X is available online
in Europe for around $880. Head on over to for more info.

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