Following its first appearance at Computex early last month, GIGABYTE's T1125P booktop is now listed at website ExcaliberPC with an indicated date of availability being July 22, albeit pricing is yet to be disclosed on the unit.
In case you missed the rundown on it during all the goings on at last month's Computex, this is an 11.6-inch booktop (that can be used as a notebook, tablet or desktop PC) and is set to replace last year's T1125N which we reviewed a while back here.
The new T1125P weighs in at 1.73Kg (not too bad for a convertible laptop) and its multi-touch LED-backlit (1366 x 768) display is capable of rotating 360 degrees. Packed inside is a 1.33GHz Core i5-470UM CPU, 4GB of DDR3, GeForce 410M 1GB graphics with Optimus support and a 500GB mechanical HDD. The feature set gets rounded out with Gigabit ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, two speakers and two woofers, 1.3MP webcam, 1xUSB 3.0 port and a 6-cell battery.
Stay tuned and we'll get you pricing on this puppy ASAP.
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