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Monday, April 18, 2011

Gigabyte and its Booktop

The GIGABYTE T1125 is literally transformed from a thin tablet-like notebook to a complete ultimate desktop PC. It majestically overcomes contemporary designs and revolutionizes the industry of portable PCs.

It has three components: the portable PC that converts into a tablet, its docking station to be converted into a desktop PC, charged or even to add some extra ports and a DVD unit through a USB.

It is powered by a 1.86Ghz Intel Core i5-470UM. Its 11.6 capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 1.366 x 768 pixels includes an accelerometer that allows us to use it both in vertical and horizontal positions or even blocking the system for the position desired. It also has 4Gb of DDR3 RAM, 500 Gb HDD and two graphic cards: an incorporated Intel HD graphics and Nvidia GeForce 310M with 512MB of DDR2 for heavy tasks. The selection is complete with a Windows 7 professional OS, 2.0 and 3.0 USB ports, eSATA, 1.3 megapixel webcam and Smart Manager interface to control the main functions.

One of the best features of the device are the connections. The portable PC has a 2.0 USB, a 3.0 USB, eSata-USB Combo, HDMI, VGA, Ethernet, card reader for SD/MMC/MS and MSPro, headphone and microphone jacks and an specific port the dock that comes with it.

The “metamorphosis” of the Gigabyte T1125N is made thanks to a specific dock that could be used for the portable PC or for an external DVD reader/writer.

Gigabyte introduces it not as a tablet but as a portable capable of offering something extra for demanding users.

It will be in the market in May 15th.

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