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Tuesday, 29 April 2008 11:25

Gigabyte prepping yet another Eee-killer

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Atom and an 8.9-inch screen

Gigabyte
is joining the Eee lynch mob with its M912, an 8.9-inch Atom powered netbook.

According to Digitimes, which cites channel sources, the new machine should launch in early June. It is being developed in-house, which should allow Gigabyte more flexibility and it will ship with XP or Vista.

This summer is promising to be a very hot one as far as the ultra portable, or should we say netbook market is concerned. Apart from Gigabyte we're awaiting several Atom-based netbooks from Acer, MSI and some other companies, as well as an Atom Eee PC from Asus.

Hopefully, this will precipitate a small but dirty price war, much to our amusement.

More here.
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