Gigabyte M1000N Netbook with ION 2 Powered

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Gigabyte has introduced its new flagship netbook at CeBIT 2010 (Hannover, Germany), called Gigabyte M1000N.

It is unlike Gigabyte Q1000C, M1000 and E1000, which were submitted March 2nd at the same event, the Gigabyte M1000N is based on Intel and next generation of nVidia Ion platform. Gigabyte M1000N netbook is powered by a 1.83 GHz Intel Atom N470 processor, a Nvidia GT218 40nm GPU (with 8 Processing Cores) with 512MB of GDDR3, 1GB of RAM, and a 250GB hard drive.

Gigabyte M1000N netbook has a 10.1-inch LCD display with resolution of 1366×768 pixels, 1.3MP web camera, a card reader, and a 6-cell battery. Gigabyte M1000N netbook will be paired up with docking station with an HDMI port and quite possibly a DVD drive.

The Gigabyte M1000N will begin sale in April or May 2010 for price about 500 EUR. According to some sources, Gigabyte M1000N is looks exactly same with Gigabyte M1000.

Gigabyte M1000N netbook packs ION 2 powered
Gigabyte M1000N Netbook with ION 2 Powered

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