The Gigabyte T1125 is an 11.6 inch convertible tablet computer which you can use in notebook or tablet mode thanks to a display which can be twisted and folded down over the keyboard. Gigabyte introduced the T1125 earlier this year, but it just showed up at the FCC web site last week, which is a pretty good indication that the company is at least thinking about bringing it to the US.

According to the user manual, the Gigabyte T1125 has an Intel Pentium ULV processor, NVIDIA GeForce 310M graphics with support for Optimus automatic graphics switching, and 11.6 inch LED-backlit 1366 x 768 pixel touchscreen display, Intel HD graphics and an HM55 chipset, and up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM.

The computer will be available with 250GB to 500GB of hard drive space, 2 USB ports, an eSATA/USB combo port, HDMI output, flash card reader, mic and headphne jacks, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bleutooth (2.1 or 3.0), and an optional HSDPA 3.5G mdoem. It has a 1.3MP camera and comes with either a 4 or 6 cell battery.

via Wireless Goodness

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5 replies on “Gigabyte T1125 convertible tablet passes through the FCC”

  1. This could have been my next Computer. I own and mostly love the earlier 1028x model. Unfortunately while they have improved everything I loved about that unit here, they have not altered the two thinks I am starting to really hate about 99% of all netbooks (and laptops of any description) on the market today. They have a Black Keyboard, and lack a Keyboard lighting of any sort.

  2. Without a Wacom or NTrig active digitizer, this is “dead to me”. Shame too because it is a nice unit. Still, it does less than the TM2 and probably for more money.

    Bronsky

    1. I learned a few hours ago of the lack of active digitizer as well. A shame indeed – half the reason I want touch input is for writing.

  3. Is there a normal time period for things to go from passing through the FCC to hitting storefronts? I was seriously contemplating the T1005M, but this one may be more appealing, especially if the battery life is decent..

    Also, the ‘Latte Gold’ color of the T1005M is just plain unsightly to me. The T1125 pictures in the files on the FCC page are much more tolerable.

  4. It’s unlikely that this will offer much tablet functionality in either clamshell or slate mode. This is more of an ultraportable laptop that can convert into a touchscreen slate. The presence of a touchscreen does not imply that it’s a tablet. The presence of a slate mode does not imply that it’s a tablet. The presence of both together does not imply that it’s a tablet. Tablet functionality would imply that it’s a tablet, and, for example, the TIP will be of limited use or function on such a device. That said, in slate mode it might be a more compelling experience given the more powerful and efficient hardware.

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