Gigabyte introduced a new 11.6 inch convertible tablet called the M1125 earlier this year. At first glance it looks like an ultraportable laptop, but you can rotate the touchscreen display and fold it down over the keyboard for use in tablet mode. The computer has a 1366 x 768 pixel display, a full sized keyboard, and an Intel ULV processor.
Now DigiTimes reports that the company has renamed the computer and will launch it today as the Gigabyte T1125.
According to DigiTimes, Gigabyte also plans to introduce a new slate PC without a keyboard later this year or in early 2011. That machine is described as being more “iPad-like,” although it’s not clear at this point if that means it will run Google Android or another operating system or stick with Windows 7 like Gigabyte’s current tablet offerings.