The Gigabyte T1028 is is a convertible tablepc netbook. Taking elements from a netbook, Tablet PC and a notebook, the Gigabyte T1028 is one of a few devices, allowing you to use it as a standard netbook, or as a table pc by simply swiveling the LCD around.
The Gigabyte Touchnote T1028 is available in a number of different versions. The Gigabyte T1028M / and T1028G models have a 10.1-inch 1024 × 600 resolution, while the T1028X and T1028P versions will have a higher 1366 × 768 resolution.
As as as featuring a touchscreen display and tablet functions, the Gigabyte T1028 is also a very impressive netbook. It features an ExpressCard slot, where as most netbooks don’t, along with built-in 3G wireless and 802.11n WiFi.
The Gigabyte T1028M model was looked at by UMPCPortal where they said, I have to say, I’m quite impressed with it. It’s a very unique and enjoyable device with some excellent features and very few issues. The Touchnote offers a lot more than the average netbook and offers significant improvements over the groundbreaking M912M that came before it. The Gigabyte Touchnote T1028M is a unique, good value and well thought-out choice in both the prosumer end of the netbook market and the budget notebook market.
Update: Sascha and Nicole from NetbookNews.com have a great (and entertaining) video review of the Gigabyte T1028. They have been using the Gigabyte T1028X and T1028G models for almost a month, and seem very impressed with it. They said it works very well with Windows 7, and takes a little while to get used to, but performs very well. They also said the built quality was very good, but could be a little better (90% of the way there).