Gigabyte's U21MD will be available with a docking station

Yesterday, we brought you the news of Gigabyte’s over-the-top Aorus X7 that features a 17” 1080p screen, Intel Core i7-4700HQ processor, and dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M graphics processors. Today, Gigabyte is showing off a notebook that does a complete 180 compared to the overachieving Aorus X7.
The new U21MD is a 3-in-1 laptop with a 11.6” display. Whereas the Aorus X7 gives you a 1080p display, the U21MB makes do with a 1366x768 display with multi-touch functionality. Inside you’ll find fourth generation Intel Core i5 processor and a hybrid HDD + SSD storage system. SSDs up to 256GB can be accommodated using mSATA while up to a 1TB HDD can be used to further boost your storage capabilities.

Other features include USB 3.0 support, HDMI-out, Dolby Home Theater v4 technology, and a backlit keyboard.
The U21MD measures 11.7” x 8.9” x 20” and weighs 3.06 pounds with just the mSATA SSD installed or 3.28 pounds in the mSATA SSD + HDD configuration.

Complimenting the U21MD will be the D21 docking station that will allow you to use the laptop as a desktop machine. It provides connectivity for the mouse/keyboard along with additional HDMI and USB ports. It also incorporates speaker into the base.
Gigabyte has not yet announced pricing or availability for the U21MB or the D21 dock.

Source: Gigabyte

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