MSI is set to make CES 2011 their playground by showcasing an array of notebooks alongside tablet devices. First of all, we do know that two new WindPad tablets will be on display, with the Wintel-powered WindPad 100W accompanying the WindPad 100A that runs on the ARM/Android platform. Both of them will come with modules including G-Sensor gravity detecting devices, an ALS light sensor, and Wi-Fi connectivity. For the WindPad 100A, that model will not run on the latest Android 2.2 Froyo operating system, relying instead on Android 2.1 Eclair, albeit that shouldn’t gimp it by much with hardware specifications such as a 10.1-inch multi-touch control display, an ARM processor, a digital compass, a GPS locator, a G-Sensor gravity detecting device, an ALS light sensor, and Wi-Fi with 3G support as an optional choice. As for the Windows 7 Home Premium-powered MSI WindPad 100W, this is also a 10.1-incher that has an Intel mobile processor running underneath the hood, not to mention a 32GB SSD for your storage needs inclusive of a G-Sensor, an ALS light sensor and Wi-Fi connectivity.
MSI also has gamers in mind with the debut of their G Series gaming notebooks which will run on the latest Intel quad-core processor, what with the 17.3-inch GT780, 15.6-inch GT680 and GE620 all on display there. Several models will carry MSI’s own Turbo technology, while the highest-end model is capable of using accelerated dual solid state drive (SSD) architecture for superior performance. [Press Release]
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