One powered by Intel's N280 processor
As some of you already know, early next month, on March 3, people in the IT industry will be waiting for the start of the CeBIT show in Hanover, Germany. There, various companies are expected to debut a number of new products, giving us a pretty general idea of how the computer market will look like for the ongoing year. One of those companies is Gigabyte, which has
recently showcased the TouchNote M1028 small-sized computer system at the MWC in Barcelona. The company is expected to further expand its TouchNote series with the addition of new 10-inch netbooks, which will be showcased at the CeBIT show, next month.
Aside from the Atom-powered TouchNote M1028, the Taiwanese company will also be showcasing two other 10-inch touchscreen netbooks, the M1024 and the M1022. According to available details, the M1024 will be designed as a thinner and lighter version of the M1028, while the M1022 will be boasting Intel's latest Atom processor, the 1.66GHz N280. Both systems are expected to make their debut at the CeBIT show in Hanover, Germany next month.
The TouchNote M1028 Gigabyte showcased at MWC last week has been featured with a 10-inch touchscreen display, boasting a resolution of 1024 by 600 pixels. The system is powered by the already successful 1.6GHz Atom N270 CPU, coupled with 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive and all the connectivity options available for most netbooks on the market, including WiFi, Bluetooth, ExpressCard slot, SD card reader and an integrated 1.3MP webcam.
As you might expect, the M1028 has been featured with Microsoft's Windows XP operating system, but the company is yet to provide details regarding the netbook's pricing. Fortunately, CeBIT is just days away and we are expecting to find out more during the show.
New World - Gigabyte to Unveil New 10-Inch Netbooks at CeBIT 2009