Last month Gigabyte announced three new netbook models at CeBIT. Since then we’ve been teased with product reviews, FCC filings, and store listings. Now Gigabyte has finally added listings for all three mini-laptops to its web site, complete with detailed specs and downloadable user manuals.

  • Gigabyte Touch Note: Touchscreen convertible tablet with a 10.1 inch display and several different configuration options
  • Gigabyte Booktop: 10.1 inch netbook ships with a docking station that lets you plug in a keyboard, mouse, and external monitor
  • Gigabyte Thin Note: Thin and light model with a 10.1 inch display, weighing just 890 grams or 1.96 pounds.

There’s also a product page for the original Gigabyte touchscreen netbook: the Gigabyte M912, which the company now refers to as a Cafe Book.

via SlashGear

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