Gigabyte's bringing its A-game to CES, assuming Atom is its name: Intel's new Cedar Trail family of Atom processors features in both the new T1006M convertible tablet and S1081 slate. Both run Windows 7, the former a 10.1-inch netbook with a swiveling 1366 x 768 screen, with USB 3.0 and an antenna for cellular data, while the latter has a 500GB hard drive, USB 3.0, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI and VGA ports and even an optical trackpad inside its tablet frame. The company's also bringing some of its fancier laptop designs to the show: get an eyeful of the company's Booktop T1132N convertible (which transforms into an all-in-one desktop), the the Booktop M2432 (with a external Nvidia GT 440 GPU docking station) and the multimedia-centric P2532F below! Read Gigabyte's full descriptions at our source link, while we wait for Gigabyte to tell us when we can buy them and how much they might cost.