Gigabyte M912 Models, Pricing

Gigabyte M912 Netbook A lot more information about the 8.9-inch Gigabyte M912 has recently popped up on the UMPCFever forums. The M912 is a “convertible” netbook, that is, it converts between a normal laptop and Tablet PC form due to a rotating display, and it’s powered by Intel’s Atom CPU. It’s carrying a lower price (by $30 USD) than mentioned previously.

If the information is correct (and some of it matches previously-known and acknowledged information), we’ll be seeing the following models arriving in Europe and Asia (sadly, not the US).

Gigabyte M912V
– Microsoft Windows vista
– 1GB of RAM
– Wifi, Bluetooth 2.0
– 1280×768 display
– Cost: $670 USD

Gigabyte M912X
– Microsoft Windows XP
– 1280×768 display
– Bluetooth
– Cost: $625

Gigabyte M912M
– 1024×600 display
– No Bluetooth
– $560 USD

The M912V has been mentioned as a model headed for Taiwan (and perhaps other Asian markets)

Read: UMPCFever Forums (Chinese)
via: Tom and Engadget

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