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Gigabyte to showcase three 10.1-inch netbooks at CeBIT 2009
Photo: Monica Chen [Feb 27, 2009]

Gigabyte Technology has revealed more details about the three 10.1-inch netbooks - the Touch Note T1028, Booktop M1022, and Thin Note S1024 - that it plans to showcase at CeBIT this year.

The Touch Note T1028 series adopts Intel's Atom N270 CPU and 945GSE chipset and features a rotatable touchscreen panel. The T1028 will be launched on March 20 this year with prices starting at NT$17,900 (US$514).

The Booktop M1022 will be available in either Atom N270/945GSE or the new N280/GN40 models and be priced at around NT$16,900-17,900 when it launches on April 13, Gigabyte detailed.

Finally, the Thin Note S1024 will adopt the Atom N270/945GSE and come with either a 60GB or 80GB hard drive. The main highlight of the S1024 is its weight at 890g, said Gigabyte. The S1024 will be launched on April 24 priced at NT$16,900. The company will also launch a version priced below US$400 for emerging markets.

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