IPS display. Forget RT for this baby - the S1185 runs true Windows 8 on a third-gen Intel Core processor. Pair the tablet with the magnetic keyboard, and you have yourself a Windows 8 PC.
Nvidia GeForce GTX 660M graphics. Gigabyte used the laptop's extra space to add two storage bays for RAID 0 configurations. (The system supports up to 2TB of storage.)
One thing we didn't expect to see today was the GA-B75TN, a mini-ITX board that Gigabyte designed for new Intel-based all-in-ones.
AIO systems for those of us who want to have a say in what goes into our AIOs. The board supports LGA1155 processors and has DP, HDMI, and LVDS outputs, as well as USB 3.0 and mSATA. You get to make the calls on processor, memory, storage, etc.
Finally, there was a custom painted gaming PC from Gigabyte that just casually caught our attention...
O-Kayyy... that's what you call freaky-deeky. Don't say we haven't shown you anything new today. The system was commissioned by Gigabyte and is the work of Lee Harrington and his friend. "All mods to case were done by me (Pcjunkie Mods) and consist of the case was totally de-riveted to get 2 tone orange and black powder coating," says Harrington. "I also cut a big window in the side panel and made a custom 360mm radiator bracket for the front. The airbrush work was done by my friend Nano from Airraidairbrush."
A Cooler Master Storm Stryker case houses a Gigabyte Z77X-UP7 motherboard, an Intel Core i7 3770K process, and two Gigabyte GTX680's, as well as 16GB of Patriot Viper Extreme memory. The watercooling gear is mostly from Koolance, aside from the Mayhems orange cooling liquid. Our only regret is that we didn't a chance to fire up a game on this PC.