June 3, 2009 at 10:44 am
Gigabyte initially announced three 10-inch netbooks a few months back. We’ve already heard quite a bit about the TouchNote T1028 and the Booktop M1022, but there has been little news surrounding the skinny ThinNote S1024 (‘S’ standing for slim).
It seems that Gigabyte has now rebranded the ThinNote S1024 and is now known as Myou. The specifications appear to be exactly the same, the Myou is just 2cm thick and weighs only 890g.
The Myou has a 10.2-inch (1024 x 576) LED backlit display and is powered by a 1.6GHz N270 Atom CPU and 945 GSE chipset. Other features include 1GB RAM, 60GB/80GB PATA HDD (4200RPM), Wi-Fi (b/g), Bluetooth 2.1 and optional 3G. It also comes with a 6-cell Li-Ion battery rated at 3600mAh. Check out a hands-on video of the Myou (courtesy of Engadget) after the break.