Micro-Star International (MSI) has announced that they will not be rolling out their Wintel-based tablet PC first, where it was originally meant to hit the markets sometime in Q3 this year, but will instead make sure its Android 3.0-powered model will be the company’s first tablet PC that will roll out before March 2011 is over. This Android-powered 10,1-inch WindPad tablet device will not surpass the $500 price point, where it sports built-in USB and HDMI connectivity, targeting a market which is different than that of other tablet devices. ports and will target a different market than other tablet PCs. As mentioned earlier, engineering samples of the device are tipped to be ready by the time Christmas rolls around, so expect to see this on the CES 2011 showfloor.
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