New MSI WindPad tablet to be shown at CeBIT
MSI has announced that it will be showing a new tablet PC this year at the CeBIT expo. The tablet will be a newer version of the WindPad 100W, which was revealed and released last year. The new tablet will reportedly sport a 10.1-inch screen and be running AMD’s dual-core Brazo APU according to FocusTaiwan.
The new WindPad will be competitively priced at around $400 when released, claims MSI senior director Sambora Chern, and will be released sometime in April. Hopefully, more information about the tablet will be revealed as CeBIT 2011 nears.
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