One is for normal customers, the other for businessmen
This year's CES is turning out to be less overwhelmed with tablets than the last one, but there are still a fair few at the show in Las Vegas, two of them because of Gigabyte.Their names are S1082 and S1185. The former has a 500 GB HDD, an 11.6-inch display with a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, an Intel Ivy Bridge CPU, and something called “optical finger navigation,” according to Mobile Geeks.
The battery life hasn't been mentioned, but the Ivy Bridge CPU won't be doing it any favors.
The other tablet, the S1185, has a smaller solid-state drive rather than an HDD, but otherwise the same features as its so-called sibling.
Other specs, which apply to both tablets, include HDMI, LAN and VGA ports, built-in 3.5G broadband support.