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Tuesday, 02 June 2009 11:01

Gigabyte unveils CULV laptop

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Windows 7, coming in September or October


Gigabyte has shed some light on its upcoming CULV-based thin and light laptop, the M1305.

Envisioned as an extension of its new Atom-based netbook lineup, the Booktop M1305 boasts a 13.3-inch screen and it's just 2cm thick. However, unlike other CULV 13-inchers such as Acer's Timeline or MSI's X340, Gigabyte's M1305 will feature a DVD drive.

Gigabyte stopped short of saying much about pricing or specs, but as it's based around Intel's CULV platform, you can probably guess what it will be like under the hood.

The M1305 should appear in September or October, with Windows 7 of course.

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