CES 2011 throws up more tablets than a hospital!
Even more tablets are popping up all over the CES floor, this time with MSI doing what many other vendors have done-hedge their bets between the Android and Microsoft OS.
MSI revealed two new generation tablets – one on the Windows platform and the other on the Android platform.
The MSI WindPad 100A tablet is a 10.1-inch multi-touch machine based on the Android OS and is powered by an ARM processor and offers features such as a digital compass, a GPS locator, and Wi-Fi with a 3G option available.
The new tablet is approximately half an inch thick at its thinnest point and can run for eight to ten hours on a single battery charge.
The WindPad 100A offers an array of I/O ports, with USB and HDMI slots for expanding and connecting.
The MSI WindPad 100W tablet features the Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium operating system and a 10.1-inch screen that supports multi-touch control.
In addition to the features of the WindPad 100A, it is equipped with the Intel Menlow Z530 processor and a 32GB solid-state hard drive.