Gigabyte Exhibits M1028, M1024, And M1022 10 Inch Netbooks At CeBIT 2009

Posted: Feb 23 2009, 2:19am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:09pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

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Gigabyte will show its new generation of 10 inch netbooks at the CeBIT 2009 including the Gigabyte M1028, M1024, and M1022 according to Digitimes.
The Gigabyte M1028 features a rotatable touchscreen and has already been spotted at the MWC 2009 by French site IT Mobility.
Gigabyte was the first company to offer a touchscreen netbook already in 2008. Gigabyte faces now competition from other netbook vendors including Asus.The Gigabyte M1024 is supposed to be a thinner version of the M1028 and run on the Intel Atom N280 instead of the N270 Atom CPU found in the M1028.

About CeBIT 2009:
The IT Tradeshow CeBIT 2009 is taking place from March 3rd until March 8th in Hannover, Germany. The partner "country" this year is California. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is on hand to open the CeBIT 2009. Follow the product announcements at CeBIT 2009 in our CeBIT 2009 News. The highlights will be around computer hardware including netbooks.

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