Tablet Gigabyte S1080

Tablet Gigabyte S1080

Characteristics

General
The sales start
2012
Weight
790 g
Dimensions
270 mm , 173 mm , 14.94 mm
CPU
CPU frequency
Memory
Internal
32 GB
Display
Screen type
LED
Resolution
1024 x 600 px
Size (inches)
Communications
Wi-Fi
802.11 b, 802.11 g, 802.11 n
Bluetooth
EDR

Videos

Gigabyte S1080 Windows 7 Tablet Review
Gigabyte S1080 Windows 7 Tablet Review Gigabyte S1080 http://www.netbooknews.com The S1080 is a Windows 7 tablet is running with Intel Atom N570 dual core processor featuring Windows Home premium. The Features of the S1080 comes with a hot touch button, scrolling toggles, up and down buttons, power button, volume rocker, SD card slot, right and left mouse click, USB 2 & 3, Ethernet port, MIC jack, two speakers, side fan, SIM card slot, VGA, PSU, Docking station port and hinges, and 2 GB of DDR3 RAM with a 320 GB hard drive. PT12M29S
Gigabyte S1080 N570 Win7 Tablet with USB 3.0
Gigabyte S1080 N570 Win7 Tablet with USB 3.0 http://www.netbooknews.com Gigabyte is entering the tablet space with a 10 inch Windows Home Premium Tablet called the S1080. Under the hood of this multitouch capacitive 1024 x 600 resolution display are an Atom N550 dual core CPU, a 320 GB hard drive, SD card slot, a speedy USB 3.0 and a VGA out port. You don't see many tablets with VGA as most are opting for HDMI, but I guess if you're looking to hook this up to an external monitor in the business world VGA is still pretty common. This tablet is being pushed forward as a business tablet, something along the lines of the HP Slate, which we know only sold around 6000 units. Looks at the hardware design we can see that the screen already sports Android navigation buttons. This is a little confusing since the only timelines Gigabyte can hope to follow at this point for Android would be Honeycomb and Android 3.0 is not meant to need these navigation buttons. Similarly for navigating around Windows they have included a mouse pointer as well as a left and right mouse buttons. I hope that they are planning on dropping the profile of the device in the next build as it is a little thick for my liking. We have no word on pricing but availability for the tablet should be in March just in time for honeycomb. PT3M50S
Gigabytes S1080 Unboxing and Hands-On
Gigabytes S1080 Unboxing and Hands-On Gigabyte S1080 http://www.netbooknews.com We take a hands on look and gigabytes S1080 as it comes out of the freshly packed box, and is now released in the US for you to snag at your local Sears or ExcaliburPC for the price of $650. The S1080 is a Windows 7 tablet is running with Intel Atom N570 dual core processor featuring Windows Home premium. The Features of the S1080 comes with a hot touch button, scrolling toggles, up and down buttons, power button, volume rocker, SD card slot, right and left mouse click, USB 2 & 3, Ethernet port, MIC jack, two speakers, side fan, SIM card slot, VGA, PSU, Docking station port and hinges, and 2 GB of DDR3 RAM with a 320 GB hard drive. Now, the S1080 requires a built in fan because of heating issues for its 2 GB of DDR3 RAM. In terms of the USB 3 port, make sure you turn it off to prevent excess battery drain. The price is a bit high at around $600, but well worth it in terms of the specs and processing power. If you would like to check out the un-boxing of the S1080 watch it here as it covers everything when you receive your very own Gigabyte S1080 PT8M55S

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