Gigabyte is set to launch an 11.6 inch convertible tablet at Computex next week. The company is no stranger to thin and light convertible tablets. The Gigbayte M912 8.9 inch convertible tablet-style netbook was launched way back in 2008. And Gigabyte followed it up with a few 10 inch models.

Now Gigabyte is upping upping the game with the Gigabyte M1125. This model will have a high resolution 11.6 inch 1366 x 768 pixel touchscreen display and a full sized keyboard. It will also be available with an Intel Calpella chipset. It’s not clear exactly which processor Gigabyte will throw in the notebook, but the Calpella platform covers Intel’s recently launched Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processors.

The Gigabyte M1125 will also have speedy USB 3.0 ports. The computer also comes with a docking station with an optical disc drive.

That’s about it for the details at this point. There’s no word on hard drive capacity, wireless options, pricing, or availability. But Gigabyte notebooks don’t normally come cheap.

via Netbook Choice

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