Computex 2011 is getting to see tons of new tablets. Most of these tablets are running different versions of Android, drug but there are a few like MSI which dare to venture beyond the chartered territories. The company has introduced the revamped version of its original WindPad tablets and one type runs Windows 7. However, it has introduced Android tablet as well.
MSI WindPad 110W is a Windows 7 tablet while MSI WindPad 100A runs on Android. Both the tablets feature 10.1 inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution. The Windows tablet will have AMD Brazos dual core processor. It will have impressive 2GB DDRII memory and 64GB of on board storage. Its battery life may not compete with iPad but at 6 hours, it is better than any other Windows tablet out there. The tablet weighs 850 grams.
WindPad 100A, on the other hand, sport ARM Cortex A9 dual core processor and has 1 GB of DDRII memory. Its on-board storage, at 32 GB, is also lesser than the Windows counterpart. Though, its battery life is slightly better with 8 hours worth of juice in it. The Android tablet is also slightly lighter at 740 grams. Both tablets have standard I/O ports such as USB, SD card reader and mini HDMI port.
The Windows tablet will also feature MSI’s facial recognition software which would let you protect your data biometrically. Basically, you just have to use your face as password, so no more worries about rememorizing those cryptic passcodes. The tablets will also features some other proprietary MSI applications. But don’t just dart out to grab this tablet. The company has not provided any information about the pricing. No availability dates have been given either.