[CES 2012] Gigabyte has announced the launch of its new Windows 7 tablet that gets the model name, the Gigabyte S1081 which seems to be an upgrade from the Gigabyte S1080 Tablet. It comes equipped with a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen display with multitouch and is powered by an Intel Atom Cedar Trail processor. The Gigabyte S1081 will run a tablet-friendly version of Windows 7 and comes in two variations: one model that is equipped with a 500GB Hard Drive and a SSD version for users who prefers performance over storage capabilities.
Other specifications of the S1081 includes an optical trackpad for a more precise navigation experience, it features Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, USB 3.0 data transfer and connectivity, an integrated 1.3-megapixel webcam for video chat with friends plus both HDMI and VGA ports for connections with a larger display. It also comes with WiFi connectivity but the guys at Gigabyte also added an Ethernet port for users that don’t own a WiFi router. There will also be a multimedia docking station released for the Gigabyte S1081 that features a DVD drive, as well as enough audio power (two stereo and two woofer speakers) to enjoy watching a movie or your favorite music. No pricing information found but the S1081 will debut at the upcoming CES in Las Vegas.