The Gygabite T1125 is an 11.6 inch touchscreen netbook with a keyboard that can be swiveled, turning it into a tablet. Then the whole thing can be docked, becoming a desktop. The selling point here is the tablet’s power – with a Core i5 or i3 ULV processor, it may not be a killer workstation, but neither is it an underpowered personal computer.

While docked, it acts as a second monitor, while retaining its touchscreen capabilities. Other than that it has USB 3.0 ports for high-speed connections to other gadgets, extended battery life through Optimus tech, and THX-certified dual-channel speakers.

Shipping later this month, it’ll cost $1,299.

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