Gigabyte T1000P Gets Fondled At CeBIT 2010

Posted: Mar 1 2010, 10:18am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:46pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

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Last week we covered Gigabyte's upcoming T1000P. This tablet netbook sports a single or multitouch display, Atom N470 or N450, 1 GB of RAM and either a 4 cell or 6 cell battery. Until today, the spec list is all we had on the T1000. Now reviewers at CeBIT 2010 have had a chance to inspect this new device (via SlashGear).

The T1000P (which is multitouch) earned high praise from viewers. Jkkmobile even rated the multitouch screen as more responsive than Asus' Eee T101MT. Further inspection by other bloggers revealed that the T1000 packs a SIM card reader, which was not listed on the spec sheet. This netbook/tablet will be able to handle a 3G (and possibly a 4G) connection.

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