Engadget spotted the T1000 at Gigabyte's CeBIT booth. This new convertible netbook features the 1.83GHz Atom N470 processor, 2GB RAM, and a 1366 x 768 pixel multi-touch display.
On the spec front the T1000 has everything we could possibly want in a netbook -- a new 1.83GHz Atom N470, 2GB of RAM, a chiclet keyboard and a 1366 x 768-resolution multitouch display -- but in our few minutes of use things were far from rainbows and butterflies. The resistive touch panel required a pretty firm press, and when in slate mode there's no buttons (or accelerometer) for rotating the device. While we liked the chiclet keyboard, we'll never understand why Gigabyte has kept the two mouse buttons on the sides of the touchpad.