Gigabyte TouchNote T1000 Gets Atom N470 Love

With Intel announcing the Atom N470 processor it didn’t take very long for new device announcements to occur. The first? Gigabyte who announced their Gigabyte TouchNote T1000, a convertible netbook-tablet with a 10.1 inch display that outputs at 1,366 x 768 pixels.

Gigabyte will offer the unit in both N450 and N470 setups, with a 1.86GHz processor, a 4-cell 4,500mAh battery on the T1000X model and a 6-cell, 7,650mAh on the T1000P. Both netbooks also feature a 1GB RAM setup, 250GB HDD’s and an Intel GMA 3150 GPU.

Both netbooks also offer Bluetooth 2.1 with enhanced data rates and WiFi b/g/n with 10/100 ethernet.

Users will also receive two USB 2.0 ports, an eSATA/USB combo port, audio in/out ports, a VGA slot and an express card option located next to a multiformat memory card. The unit also gets a 1.3mp camera and 1.5w stereo speakers.

No price of availability at this time, but with CeBIT 2010 later this week, we expect to hear more shortly.

Gigabyte T1000 Specs[SlashGear]