GIGABYTE Technology has joined the growing list of companies to jump on the low-cost PC bandwagon with plans to launch its contender for the market in June, company vice president Richard Ma, has revealed. The low-cost PC will support Intel's Shelton'08 low-cost notebook platform (Basic Platform). The platform consists of a 945GSE chipset with built-in DirectX 9 graphics, single channel DDR2 memory support, and single-core Diamondville processor working at 1.6GHz (533MHz FSB, 3.5W TDP). The low-cost PC will also feature a panel size of 7- to 9-inch, Ma detailed. He also noted that GIGABYTE will design and manufacture the low-cost PC itself.