Gigabyte Adds T1000 Tablet Netbook To The Line

Posted: Feb 26 2010, 11:20am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:45pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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When I was a kid, the T-1000 from Terminator 2 was the pinnacle of badass technological development. Sure, it was an evil murder machine that was hell bent on ending human life entirely, but that didn't make it any less awesome. Now those of us who nerded out to Cameron's magnum opus when we were kids can own a T-1000 of our own.

Netbooked reports that Gigabyte has just added the T1000 tablet/netbook to their line. There are two models; the T1000X and P. The X is a single-touch display with a 4 cell battery and a 2.9 lbs weight. The P is a multitouch machine with a 6 cell battery and a 3.3 lbs weight. The X packs an N450 processor, while the P sports an N470.

Both models have 1 GB of RAM, GMA 3150 graphics, and Windows 7 (starter and premium, respectively). They both have Bluetooth 2.1, a 1.3 MP webcam, Gigabit LAN, and b/g/n WiFi. No info on price or availability is out yet.

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