Manufacturer Gigabyte launches two touch tablets, S1081 and S1081s, with an Intel Atom architecture and running under Windows 7 Pro.
Gigabyte released two models of touch tablets, S1081 and S1081s, with an Intel Atom architecture and with the Microsoft Windows 7 OS in its Pro version.
These two slates integrate in their hull chipset NM10 Intel processor dual core Atom N2800 running at 1.86 GHz, 2 GB DDR3, a GMA 3600 graphics chip, being assigned to a disk storage hard 2.5 "320 GB 5400 RPM for the S1081 and a 64 GB version S1081s DSS classic.
The two models share a screen of 10.1 "1024 x 600 pixels, the same connectors complete namely a USB 3.0 port, a USB 2.0 port, a port RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet, a reader of card memory SD outputs VGA and HDMI video. Of course integrate the connectivity Wireless WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and a 4000 mAh Li-polymer battery is responsible for providing a decent autonomy.
Both models have identical dimensions of 270 x 173 x 14,93 mm, only their weight differ with 850 grams for the version S1081 HDD and 790 grams for the S1081s SSD version. These Windows 7 tablets are available today for rates public advised of €635 for the S1081 and €735 for the S1081s.