Gigabyte leaps into the UMPC biz
Subject: Mobile | October 16, 2007 - 05:40 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Gigabyte has certainly been diversifying their product lines recently. The newest is the U60 UMPC, a 1GHz VIA C7-M, 704 MB of DDR2 667MHz PC2-5300 and runs WinXP SP2. TweakTown immediately ran 3DMark2001 SE and managed a score of 901 ... this little 740g UMPC ran all the tests, try that on another manufacturers UMPC! The final verdict was "The GIGABYTE U60 is the equivalent of your desktop PC five years ago."
"GIGABYTE recently showed the world a glimpse of their Ultra Mobile Personal Computer (UMPC) called the U60 at
CeBIT, and again at Computex earlier this year.
Now we’ve got our hands on one of the early production samples and this puppy is all set to take the world by
storm, it definitely has the makings of an award winner and seems worthy of our coveted "BEST VALUE" award
providing everything goes well. Let’s look deeper and see if it has all that it is hyped up to be."
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