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If you've been patiently awaiting the arrival of Gigabyte's M912 convertible tablet / netbook hybrid, seeing some lucky fellow far, far from where you are unbox it isn't apt to make the wait any easier. Still, there's at least some level of comfort in knowing that these are indeed filtering out, an

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July 24, 2008 at 3:30PM
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Gigabyte's M912 has remained largely in the shadows since peeking its head out in early June, but now we're finally getting a hint as to how much coin we'll be forced to lay down in order to acquire one. Based on information from a Taiwanese poster over at UMPC Fever, the M912V, which arrives with

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It has taken long enough, but Gigabyte finally saw fit to make official its intriguing M912V. If you'll recall, this critter popped up and caught eyes at Computex, as it's essentially a netbook with a swivel screen -- think Tablet PC, but miniature. Specs wise, you're looking at an 8.9-inch WXGA (1

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Carving out the newest niche in the low-cost, mini-laptop, ultra-portable, *gasp* netbook category is the Gigabyte M912. As a convertible, touch-screen mini-tablet, the M912 runs Vista or Ubuntu Linux atop Intel's Atom processor. Unfortunately, it looks like it might be hampered by a 4-cell battery

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More from Taipei. This time, it's Gigabyte's M912 low-cost laptop entry sporting Intel's soon-to-be ubiquitous Atom processor. After Computex kicks off tomorrow, anyway.Update: Sassy press shot and official specs after the break.[Thanks, Jacob G.]

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It's not yet clear whether the image above is actually Gigabyte's forthcoming M912, but at least we're starting to get a clearer picture of the Atom-based laptop's specs. We're thinking maybe this shot could be of another model, though, given the fact that the M912 only has VGA out listed, while we

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Remember that mention that Gigabyte was looking to dole out some sort of low-cost PC later this year? Can't discern that from the hordes of other similar notices from nearly every other computer maker out there? Fret not, as DigiTimes has it that the aforesaid firm will indeed be rolling out a budge

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