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MSI WindPad Enjoy 10 drops by the FCC

07/24/2011, MSI has entered the tablet game for quite some time already, but they never really broke out in a big way. Guess they are quite content with catering to the mid-range market, what with the WindPad Enjoy 10 being the latest of such models to arrive at the...

MSI WindPad Enjoy tablets coming your way

06/01/2011, It is tablets galore over at Computex 2011, and MSI of Taiwan is not going to miss out on the festivities with a couple of Android-powered tablets of their own from the WindPad line, coming in the form of the Enjoy 10 and Enjoy 7 devices. These tablets...

MSI WindPad 100W now on sale

01/26/2011, The MSI WindPad 100W Windows 7 tablet that was revealed late last year is now on sale at Simply Electronics – but it’s not on sale at the “aggressive” price point it was expected to be. The reason? MSI hasn’t officially launched...

MSI WindPad 100 Tablet To Arrive In Jan/Feb 2011?

12/16/2010, The folks over at Digitimes claim that MSI will be launching its first 10-inch Wintel-based tablet PC in January or February of 2011 before launching ARM-based models in April or May. The ARM-based models will be powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip and will...

MSI Unveiling New Computers at CES and Showcases GT680

12/13/2010, MSI will be debuting a number of notebooks and computing products at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January 2011 in Las Vegas. The company will be demoing computers from the G Series for gamers, F series performance notebooks, C series multimedia...

MSI postpones Wintel tablet, launching Android model first instead

10/20/2010, 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...

MSI WindPad tablet renders show up

10/18/2010, MSI wants in on the tablet game as well, which is why the WindPad tablet has been spotted – it’s renders, that is. No specifications were to escort the images, so one can only assume that nothing has changed, from its 10.1-inch display to an...

MSI Wind Pad comes in Android and Windows flavors

08/16/2010, 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...

MSI Windpad 110 and 100 Announced At Computex

06/01/2010, Tablets are really around every corner at Computex, and next up we’ve got two tablets from MSI, the Windpad 100 and Windpad 110. The most notable difference between these two devices is that the former is powered by Windows 7 Home Premium while the...