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Monday, 03 June 2013 08:18

Gigabyte rolls out Temash tablet

Written by Peter Scott

And a bunch of Haswell lappies

Gigabyte is showing off its first Temash based tablet at Computex and it thinks it’s the best thing since sliced bread.

The Slate S10A is a 10-incher based on AMD’s new A4-1200 processor. The company says it can deliver up to 14 hours of battery life. It basically seems to be a revamped S1082, Gigabyte’s first Windows 8 tablet, but instead of a Celeron 847 it packs a dual-core A4-1200 with GCN graphics.

In addition to the Temash tab, Engadget reports that Gigabyte has rolled out 11 new laptops, mostly based on Intel’s new Haswell chips. Highlights include the P34G and P35K Ultrablade models, which are just 0.83 inches thick but pack Nvidia 700-series graphics.

In fact, all of them seem to feature Nvidia discrete graphics, which is hardly surprising as Nvidia claims to have grabbed 95 percent of all Haswell design wins.

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