Gigabyte's M192 nettablet
Gigabyte's new M912, on the other hand, is as close to a true original as any netbook we've seen. Like most popular netbooks, the M912 sports a 1.6GHz Atom processor paired with a 945GSE chipset and mechanical storage. The system also features an 8.9" screen, but unlike most contenders in the market, it has a relatively high 1280x768 display resolution. There's more to this screen than just extra pixels, too. You see, it's a touchscreen—one that swivels and folds flat, transforming the M912 from a netbook into an, er, nettablet.
Tablet PCs are nothing new, of course, but they've always been a little too expensive to really catch on among mainstream consumers. The M912 should have an edge on that front thanks to its low-cost Atom underpinnings, and with a subnotebook form factor, it's also more portable than the average tablet PC. (Source: Geoff Gasior, The Tech Report)
Chris De Herrera