Gigabyte has geared up to launch a new ultra-thin convertible netbook dubbed as the Gigabyte M1125. The Gigabyte M1125 convertible tablet is power-driven by the new Calpella series with support for Core i3, i5, i7 of processors by Intel. The exact type of processor is not known yet as details will be more laid by next week. The Gigabyte M1125 ultra thin netbook will also come with USB 3.0 connectivity, Ethernet port, and an optical disc drive.
This business laptop, Gigabyte M1125 convertible tablet, features a 1366x768p high resolution display with capacitive multi-touch. This mobile PC has a rotatable screen which measures 11.6 inches. The machine also supports a docking station port and boasts a full sized keyboard.
On the other hand, Gigabyte is still keeping the detailed specifications to be released at Computex. Even the price and availability of the new Gigabyte M1125 convertible tablet remains a mystery- though we are sure that we’ll hear more about this ultra thin notebook in the coming weeks. So be excited guys, as the actual announcement of the Gigabyte m1125 is drawing nearer and nearer.
Also, there are circulating rumors that the Gigabyte also plans to release a 14-inch ultraportable notebook named as M1405. The notebook supports likely superior specs as well as Nvidia graphic card.