At this year's CES 2012, we had a dual meeting with Gigabyte as a result of the fact that Gigabyte actually had two different suites. This was because they had one suite dedicated to their components unit and one suite dedicated to their notebooks and tablets, which they are now bringing to the US market after many years of having a presence globally but not in North America.
Today we will be bringing you three different pages, the first with their motherboards followed by their tablets and tablet PCs as well as their product demonstrations.Motherboards
G1 Sniper M-ATX motherboard
Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H Intel Motherboard for Ivy Bridge (note the native USB 3.0)
Gigabyte's Ivy Bridge compatible GA-Z77X-UD3
Gigabyte's Ivy Bridge compatible Z77X-UD3 (left) and UD5(right) Note the larger heatsinks on the UD5.
mSATA port on the Z77 motherboards for Intel's Smart Response SSD technology.
Heatsink and SATA ports on the Gigabyte Z77X-UD5, note the extra power connector for PCIe Power
Power button and LED readout as well as voltage test points similar to their highend overclocking boards.
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