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Friday, 01 June 2012 15:23

MSI teases a slider tablet/notebook

Written by Slobodan Simic

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To be unveiled at Computex


MSI has teased a rather interesting device that should be a direct competitor to Asus' Transformer Slider tablet.

Unfortunately, the details are unknown and we do not have anything to go on other than the simple teaser posted on MSI's Facebook page. On the other hand, our sources hinted that we might be looking at an "ultrabook" slider so in that case, Intel innards are most certainly guaranteed.

Of course, the size of the device is anyones guess as it can be anywhere between 10 and 15-inch, but it certainly looks interesting.

We will surely keep an eye out on this one once Computex show kicks off in Taipei on June 5th.

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Last modified on Friday, 01 June 2012 15:52
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