Gigabyte Technology has introduced its latest notebook, the Booktop T1125, featuring an 11.6-inch touchscreen panel. The notebook can be turned into a tablet PC and is capable of acting as a desktop PC with a docking station, the vendor said.
The notebook adopts the latest Intel Core i5 and i3 ultra-low voltage (ULV) processor and is incorporated with Nvidia's Optimus technology and the USB 3.0 ports. For multimedia support, T1125 features built-in HDMI, THX-certified, optimized sound performance and four dual-channel stereo speakers.
The T1125 is scheduled for launch later this month with a suggested retail price of US$1,299.
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