Gigabyte announces S-series tablets at CES 2013

Gigabyte-S1082-SlateThe Taiwanese Gigabyte has come up with two new tablets that belong to the company’s S line. The novelties were unveiled at CES 2013 and are known as S1082 Slate and S1185 with both of them boasting 11.6-inch displays and Windows 8.

The Gigabyte S1082 will be available in two different versions. The first one will target everyday users and this is why it will come with a 500 GB hard drive with the second version coming with a fast SSD and targeting business users. Inside the tablet sports an energy efficient dual-core Intel processor and boasts HDMI, LAN and VGA ports, a built-in 3.5G antenna and a keyboard.

The other model – the S1185 – is based on an Intel Ivy Bridge processor and comes with VGA and HDMI ports, two cameras and a keyboard with support for Optical Finger Navigation.

Pricing is unknown.


Source: Gigabyte

Related posts

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 official

Hot off the heels of PAX East, the consumer gaming show held this past weekend in Boston, NVIDIA today officially launched its new flagship graphics processors, the NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 480 and GeForce GTX 470. The top-of-the line in a new family of enthusiast-class GPUs, the GeForce GTX...

Cooler Master presents the Storm Suppressor gaming keyboard

Cooler Master presents the Storm Suppressor gaming keyboard

With time passing by we have become used to associating Cooler Master with power supply units and cooling solutions, but during the past few weeks the company has been exceptionally busy releasing various hardware components designed for gamers. There’s nothing bad in this activity so here’s a...

GeIL launches Zenith A3 Pro solid-state drives

GeIL launches Zenith A3 Pro solid-state drives

After launching the Super Luce line of DDR4 memory modules, the Taiwanese Golden Emperor International Ltd (GeIL) has made it to the news once more by launching the new Zenith A3 Pro line of solid-state drives. The Zenith A3 Pro line comes in the popular 2.5-inch form factor and supports SATA...

Leave a comment