Gigabyte is demonstrating its ThinNote S1024 netbook at Computex. Except it’s not calling the netbook “ThinNote” anymore. Instead the laptop has been redubbed the Myou. But otherwise it’s still the same thin and light machine with a 10.1 inch screen, 6 cell battery, and Intel Atom N270 CPU.

The computer has a somewhat boxy look to it, but it measures less than an inch thick. The folks at Engadget shot a little video of the Myou at Computex, which you can watch after the break.

Gigabyte is also showing off a new 13.3 inch laptop called the Booktop M1305 which is a thin and light laptop sporting an optical disc drive and supporting up to 8GB of RAM.

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