Gigabyte S10a Windows 8 tablet comes with AMD chip


Taiwanese notebook and motherboard specialist Gigabyte has launched its first AMD-powered Windows 8 Pro tablet.

According to liliputing, the new Gigabyte S10A features an AMD Temash-grade A4-1200 processor, a made-for-tablets CPU with a clock speed of up to 1GHz and built-in Radeon HD 8180 integrated graphics core.

It looks similar to its S1082 tablet from late last year – an Atom-powered Windows 8 model that only delivered moderate performance levels. This version appears to come with a keyboard-cover that unfortunately is connected via USB. Apart from being a bit unsightly, using up a USB port just for the keyboard is somewhat surprising.

The S1082 didn’t impress us overly when we saw it early this year – apart from its bulky chassis, it featured a dual-core Celeron chip that required a fan to keep it cool. At this stage, we’re hopeful the S10A won’t need the fan as the A4-1200 CPU is said to have a thermal design power (TDP) power rating of just 3.9-watts, which is incredibly low for a Windows 8 tablet.

Gigabyte will offer a free copy of Microsoft Office Home 2013, according to its press release whilt the unit supports up to a 500GB hard drive.

At this stage, there are no details on pricing for the S10A but we’ll bring them to you as soon as we get them.


ModelGigabyte S10A
ProcessorAMD Temash-codenamed A4-1200
ClockUp to 1GHz
GPU typeAMD Radeon HD 8180
Screen size (inches)10.1
Screen resolution1366×768
Screen typeTFT LCD
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows 8
Internal storagehard drive – up to 500GB
External storage(not applicable)
Battery typeTBA – up to 14 hours
Wi-Fi connectivity802.11n
Rear cameraTBA
Front cameraTBA
Video recordingUp to TBA
Dimensions270 x 173 x 15mm
Announce DateJune 2013

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