Gigabyte at the CES 2013 Conference

gigabyte_logo_3610Ultrabooks seem to be the new magic device when it comes to laptops. Intel requires manufacturers to meet certain specifications in order to market a laptop as an Ultrabook.  When you meet these specs, you can join the “game”.

At the CES show we had a meeting with Gigabyte, where they showed us their latest models. We will see these hit the stores the next few weeks and months.
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We, as DirAction USA, are looking at the U2142 and the U2442F and at some tablets as well.
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GIGABYTE-Convertible-UltrabThe U2142 is a convertible with a touchscreen. The screen size is 11.6”. It supports the latest Intel Core I processors and comes with SSD or HDD. We have one device in our office and I have to say that it looks very good. It’s fast, easy to use and the touch works great. Besides that it feels good in your hands, it is quiet light.
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u2442f
The U2442F will be slightly more powerful at least in the graphics department. It will come with a 3rd gen Intel Core processor as well, but will also come with either NVIDIA GeForce GT 730M or GT 650M GPUs. It has a backlit keyboard and will support a 128GB mSATA SSD and a 750GB/1TB HDD at the same time, allowing users the speediness of booting up while offering huge storage at the same time. We do not have the U2442F yet, but as soon as it comes in I might write a review about it.
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S1082
Besides these devices Gigabyte is working on a few good looking tablets with detachable or Bluetooth keyboards as well. One of them is the S1082, a windows 8 tablet. The tablet looks a bit thick, the reason being that it supports HDD as well. It is actually a lot lighter than it looks and the thickness makes it very easy to use.
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As soon as we hear more about these devices I will provide updates.
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