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Tuesday, 31 May 2011 18:24

MSI showcases WindPad 120W tablet at Computex

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cedar Trail-based tablet
In addition to the 100A and 110W WindPad tablets previously seen at CeBit, MSI decided to add another one to its offer and show it at Computex 2011 - the WindPad 120W. The WindPad 120W looks a lot like the 110W except for the fact that this time around it's not AMD Brazos but rather Intel's Cedar Trail platform.

The showcased Windpad 120W was running on Windows 7 and strapped with Intel's WiDi and HSPA 3.5G as well as GPS support. MSI didn't reveal much regarding the device but the feature list includes Fast Flash Standby support as well as SRS surround sound. It features the same 10-inch capacitive touch screen seen on the 110W and it would be nice to compare performance and battery life of the two 1x0W series tablets.

Unfortunately, there were no details regarding the price or any details regarding the launch date, but Engadget did manage to score a nice hands-on that you can find here.

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