If you want to see the kinds of ultraportable devices that we in North America will probably never see (unless we pay extra to import it), head over to the LAPTOP Magazine Blog – Joanna Stern’s dealer (her Taiwanese mini-notebook dealer that is) has shipped them a Gigabyte M912.
The M912 generated a lot of buzz in the US and Canada, with it’s 8.9-inch convertible display (converts between a regular laptop form factor and a Tablet PC-like device). The M912 is, so far, the only convertible laptop in its class – it’s about half the price of the Fujitsu LifeBook P1620, but the P1620 is running a much more powerful CPU (versus the M912’s Intel Atom).
They will be putting together a full review in the future.
Read: LAPTOP Magazine