MSI WindPad 100A, 110W, and 120W hands-on at Computex 2011 (video)
What’s this? It looks like the MSI WindPad 100A that we discovered at CES and the WindPad 110W that we first saw at CeBit decided to make an appearance on the show floor here at Computex 2011. Only this time around they brought a new friend along to the party — namely the MSI WindPad 120W. To refresh your memory, the WindPad 100A is a 10-inch NVIDIA Tegra 2-equipped tablet running Android (Gingerbread here in Taipei, but potentially Honeycomb in the future) while the 110W uses AMD’s Brazos platform paired with Windows 7. The Windpad 120W shares the same exact 10-inch chassis as the 110W but swaps AMD’s Fusion APU for an Intel Cedar Trail-based chipset together with a tasty serving of WiDi and HSPA wireless. We still have no information about availability or pricing, but for now we invite you to check out the gallery below and hit the break for our hands-on videos.
Pubblicato il 31/05/2011, in Hi-Tech con tag 10-inchTablet, amd, AMD Fusion, AMD Fusion APU, AmdBrazos, AmdFusionApu, android, Android 2.3, Android 2.3.3, android 3.0, Android2.3.3, brazos, cedar trail, CedarTrail, computex, computex 2011, Computex2011, fusion, Fusion APU, FusionApu, gingerbread, google, hands-on, honeycomb, Intel, Intel Cedar Trail, IntelCedarTrail, microsoft, Microsoft Windows 7, msi, MSI WindPad 100A, MSI WindPad 110W, MSI WIndPad 120W, MsiWindpad, NVIDIA, nvidia tegra 2, NvidiaTegra2, tablet, tegra 2, Tegra2, video, WIDI, windows 7, Windows7, windpad, WIndPad 120W, WinPad 100A. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Commenti disabilitati.