The tablets just keep on flying at us from the show room at CES, though this particular entry from Gigabyte has a few features that definitely warrant mention. At first glance, the T1125 looks a lot like an all in one computer--it can be jacked into a bezel and used like a computer. The T1125 also has significantly more power than your typical tablet, offering the options of either a Core i3 or i5 processor, which will run in conjunction with a discreet graphics chip. The 1366x768 resolution definitely caught our eye as well, and so did the dock itself, which has a tiny removable optical drive and USB 3.0 connectivity. Check it out below!
If you're having trouble deciding between a notebook or a tablet, Gigabyte's T1125 might be just what you're looking for. Netbooknews.com had a chance to spend some hands-on time with this tri-purpose device, and it certainly looks promising.
You'll notice we called this a tri-purpose device and not a dual-purpose notebook. Why? Well, slap it into the optional dock and now you have a secondary display to go along with your desktop's main monitor.
It gets even better. At 11.6 inches, the T1125 just barely slips out of netbook range, which means you won't find a poky Atom processor inside. Instead, the T1125 sports an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor along with Nvidia GeForce 310M graphics (with support for Nvidia's Optimus technology), up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, 320/500GB hard drive, Wireless-N, built-in 3.5G antenna, 1.3MP webcam, a USB 3.0 port, USB 2.0, eSATA/USB combo, HDMI, and a few other odds and ends.