Gigabyte showed off its TouchNote M1028 small form-factor computer system at Mobile World Congress last week, and the firm will expand on the TouchNote series with new netbooks next week.
The devices on show at CeBIT will include the M1028, which will sport a rotatable touch-screen panel, an Intel Atom N270 CPU and 945GSE chipset. Gigabyte will also unveil a slimmer version of the M1028 - the M1024 - and the M1022.
Another model based on an Intel Atom N280 CPU is also in development.
"G-Style (our notebook division) confirmed we will have all three netbooks on display at CeBIT, but all three use the N270," said Colin Brix, Gigabyte product manager, Marketing Division. "Gigabyte will have another model based on the N280, but we are not sure if we will have a demo model ready for CeBIT or not yet. We will only find out later in the week."
The netbooks are likely to run Windows XP, but whether or not the M1024 and M1022 boast a rotatable touch-screen remains to be seen at CeBIT in Hanover next week. Pricing is also currently unknown.
CeBIT runs from 3 to 8 March, and is expected to show a strong focus on netbooks.
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