Gigabyte Touch Note M1028

Gigabyte Touch Note M1028

Gigabyte is bringing in four new tablet touchscreen netbooks, the Touch Note M1028 — all in various packages in a 10.1″ screen. I guess Gigabyte learned its lesson from the older touchscreen tablet netbook.

Half of the new models will have a standard screen resolution of 1024×600 pixels while the other half will be on a higher scale of 1366×768 pixels. Default memory on board is 1GB but can be easily upgraded to a maximum of 2GB.


Still running on a Windows XP platform, the M1028 has 160GB HDD and powered by the newer Intel Atom N280 at 1.66GHz. Video is still coming from an Intel 945GSE chip but one of the high-end models will have the Intel GN40 chipset. Has WiFi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.0,and options for 3.5G/HSDAP and/or WiMax. The netbooks will have either a 4 cell, 4500mAh battery or a 6 cell, 7650mAh battery.


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4 Responses

  1. Beau Rudd says:

    I bought the first generation and it really sucked, I will never buy there brand again.

    But I will say that buy qube has a good deal on that new laptop for 15K, it’s like a through away laptop.

  2. j aguilar says:

    prices! :D

  3. Neo has a tablet pc, its quite a good deal with the price of 40K :)

  4. Cindy says:

    I think GIGABYTE’s tablet is quite good and I like its look. Their niche products are quite popular among my friends.

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