MSI, a leading Taiwanese video card and motherboard fabricator, has planned to launch its innovative version of WindPads at the CES 2011.
These novel WindPads supports Android and Win-Tel platforms, and encompasses ALS light sensing units, G-Sensor gravity detection, and Wi-Fi connection. It is also stated that these Windows model is equipped with an Intel Atom Oak Trail processor, 10.1 inch display, Windows 7 Premium edition, a 1024x600 display and HDMI output, whereas the Android version consists of a 10.1 inch display, NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip, and 1280x800 display within a slender frame.
MSI had introduced its tablets at the CES 2010, but did not market it in the consumer electronics sector. NEC is also releasing their brand of tablets at the CES 2011 along with Life Touch/Smartia tablet, having two discrete seven inch touch screens. Both the screens are capable of working independently.
MSI has also released its double-touch screen tablet at CES 2010, where Toshiba launched their innovative version in June, 2010. Taiwan–based fabricator, Acer, has revealed its novel dual-touch screen in November. MSI and NEC has been added to the progressive tablet market, that highlights nearly 60 different versions from about 50 varied producers, reports ABI Research. Telsyte investigation has also forecasted that the Australian market will have a million tablets turnover in 2011.