MSI’s upcoming Wind Pad will be able to cater to those from Android as well as Windows camps – simply because you can choose from the 100 and 110 models, where both of them will feature a 10-inch multi-touch, albeit with different processors and operating systems.The Wind Pad 100 will be a full Windows 7 tablet, running off a 1.66GHz Atom Z530 processor which is aided by 2GB RAM and a 32GB solid-state drive (SSD), while the Wind Pad 110 will have a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 250 processor at its heart with Google’s open source Android operating system running proceedings from within. The 100 will come with HDMI video out, a webcam and two USB ports, while the 110 will have half the number of USB ports compared to the 100, albeit being more fashion forward with swappable back plates. Expect the Wind Pad 100 to ship before the year is over for $499, and if the 110 also ships (still undecided on its release date), then it will be $100 more affordable.
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