At this years Computex show Gigabyte introduced the Myou netbook. To readers of this site, you might recognize the Gigabyte Myou as the re-branded Gigabyte S1024, which was announced at CeBit.
We assume that Gigabyte wanted a more catchy name than the Gigabyte ThinNote S1024, so went with Myou.
The very well designed Gigabyte Myou netbook weights less than two pounds (890 grams), and measures less than one inch thick, while still managing to feature a large and flush 6-cell battery, along with a 10-inch LCD screen.
The Gigabyte Myou S1024 should be shipping within the next couple of months, with an estimated price of $600.
With a metallic paint finish, and very high quality build and form factor, the Gigabyte looks and feels a lot better than most netbooks.