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Gigabyte unveils Booktop desktop/tablet hybrid

updated 03:20 pm EDT, Thu November 4, 2010

Docking station included with tablet

Gigabyte Technology has introduced the Booktop T1125, a hybrid system that works as a tablet, notebook or desktop computer. The notebook/tablet portion features an 11.6-inch touchscreen panel, which swivels to expose a full-size keyboard. When the notebook is attached to the docking station, users can still view the 11.6-inch display or connect an external monitor.

The T1125 is powered by Intel's ultra-low voltage (CULV) Core i5 or i3 processors, with support for NVIDIA Optimus technology. Other features include USB 3.0 ports, four speakers, HDMI output, and an optical drive on the docking station.

The three-in-one systems are expected to begin shipping on November 20, with prices starting at $1,299. [via DigiTimes]






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  1. lamewing

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    And....

    And Lenovo has been doing this for years...

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