As I mentioned yesterday, UMPC Portal’s Steve Paine recently got his hands on a Gigabyte M912M tablet style netbook. And today he’s posted the video to prove it.

Overall, he says the device is quite responsive thanks to a decent hard drive, the 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, and a decent touchscreen display. Unlike virtually every other netbook on the market, the Gigabyte M912 series includes a swiveling display that lets you fold down the screen over the keyboard to use the laptop in tablet mode.

At 1.3kg or almost 3 pounds, the Gigabyte M912M is a bit heavy to hold in one hand and use in tablet mode. But the computer’s low price (for a tablet PC) of about $700 to $800 makes up for that. Ultimately, Steve decided to purchase his review unit.

You can check out the full video after the break. And you can read more about the Gigabyte M912M in the Liliputing Product Database.

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