Three new netbooks were announced by Gigabyte at CeBIT this year. Gigabyte is the maker of the previously announced Touchnote M1028 tablet netbook, but is expanding its offerings to include a desktop docking station and the mysterious Gigabyte S1024 ThinNote.
The netbooks are produced by Moblix and all feature the Intel Atom. The M1022 BookTop desktop docking station and ThinNote use the older Atom N270 chip while the TouchNote tablet netbook uses the ‘upgraded’ Atom N280. Other common features include “10.1-inch displays, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1 and 1GB of RAM.”
You can expect the Gigabyte netbooks to ship around April 30th, priced at – brace yourself – $594 for the M1022 and $644 for the TouchNote tablet. The Gigabyte S1024 ThinNote netbook will also come into the game at an unannounced date for $594.