Tuesday, January 11th 2011

Gigabyte Launches an Exciting New Slate PC

GIGABYTE, a longtime leader in computer technology and innovation, today announced an exciting new 10.1-inch slate PC, the S1080. The S1080 features a Windows 7 operating system and is powered by an Intel Atom N550 dual core processor.

“The S1080 is designed to be the ultimate mobile device to fit the demanding needs of consumers who need a high-performing multitasking slate that offers the full productivity of a PC,” said Stephen Lee, Sales Director at GIGABYTE Notebooks. “With the S1080, users now have constant access to all their business needs including email, internet and other important applications.”
Weighing under 0.90kg (1.98lb), the S1080 is both sleek and light, making it the premier choice in mobile computing. With a massive 320GB of built-in storage, users can add all their important applications and files without worrying about whether there is enough space. The large hard drive also makes it the perfect device to load custom business and enterprise applications. The S1080 also comes with USB 3.0, which provides incredibly fast transfer speeds making it very useful for a mobile device.

Featuring a striking 10.1” multi-touch backlight TFT-LCD 1024x600 display, the S1080 produces bright and clear images. With its stunning display, the slate can be used as a captivating tool during business meetings and presentations. The S1080 also comes equipped with a built-in VGA port, which allows users to hook up an external monitor or projector whenever a larger display is needed.

For onscreen navigation, the S1080 features the best of both worlds to maximize effectiveness. The 10.1” capacitive multi-touch display featuring the Windows 7 on-screen keyboard and handwriting recognition software makes navigating the display by fingertips both fun and a breeze. Or, for a more traditional PC approach, users can navigate the display using the navigator button and left and right mouse buttons to easily move the cursor around the screen to conveniently access applications and edit documents.

The S1080 is the perfect mobile device to stay connected while on the go. The slate comes with wireless 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, which makes it incredibly easy to access email and the internet whenever the slate is in range of wifi or a mobile hotspot. The built-in 1.3mp webcam is also an excellent feature to give users convenient mobile videoconferencing options.
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31 Comments on Gigabyte Launches an Exciting New Slate PC

#1
wahdangun
ewww, still atom ???? i hope gigabyte release the Llano version it will be rock:rockout:

btw i know why they don't use HDMI, its because the license fee, but damm why they don't use DP instead, and i hope HDMI can die
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#2
Mussels
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wahdangun said:
ewww, still atom ???? i hope gigabyte release the Llano version it will be rock:rockout:

btw i know why they don't use HDMI, its because the license fee, but damm why they don't use DP instead, and i hope HDMI can die
well no TV's have DP yet, so thats why
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#4
ToTTenTranz
if
{
newproduct()==fusion;
cout{"kewl"};
}
else
{
cout{"bleh"};
}


Don't really remember C++, but that's about it.
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#5
R_1
We got Slate baby!!! :rolleyes:
Anyway, personaly will go for Fusion part. Still AMD must bring down power consumption from 9 to 5 watts.
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#6
timta2
Talk about a :nutkick: to Apple
Isn't this the same tired design that has failed to attract consumers over and over again? It weighs more than the iPad and probably has a short battery life in comparison. People want more than a keyboardless laptop running Windows, as Apple has proven.
699USD.
That's nice laptop money there.
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