MSI 10-inch tablet hits FCC
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Taiwan-based manufacturer Micro-Star International (MSI) may be about ready to release its next budget-line tablet.
The 10-inch tablet, possibly named WindPad Enjoy 10, popped up in an FCC filing just yesterday under the label MS-N0Y1. As of this writing, users can access the full user manual as well, which reveals much about the specs and functionalities of the Enjoy 10. According to the manual, the tablet sports a single-core 1GHz Cortex-A8 ARM CPU, 800x480 resolution screen, 512MB DDR RAM, at least 4GB SSD, SD card reader, Bluetooth, front and rear cameras and a USB 2.0 port. The unit is expected to ship with a version of Android Gingerbread, but may be upgradeable in the future as it is listed “Android OS 2.3 or above.” Battery life should be about 5 to 7 hours, depending on what the device is being used for (web browsing, music, video, etc.).
Otherwise, the release of the Enjoy 10 is still unknown, but Electronista is predicting a launch price of under $300 based on the tablet’s modest hardware. The MSI tablet looks to be the same 10-inch Gingerbread device first shown at Computex earlier this year.
Check out the FCC attachments for more photos and even schematics of the device.