MSi presented two tablets at the Computex in Taiwan on May 20, 2010. One is the MSI Wind Pad 100, running Windows. The other is the MSI Wind Pad 110, that had a different shape and was running Android. While the Windows tablet will most likely become reality, it is not clear if MSI will bring the Android Wind Pad 110 to the market, as engadget.com reports. Anyway, the MSI ladies at Computex indicate that MSI is working on an customized Android UI (see video of tweaktown.com on youtube), so there is hope.

Here is a picture of the MSI Android Wind Pad 110:

Msi Windpad 110

See more pix on engadget.com, in the laptopmag.com and on newgadgets.de.

These are the specs ofthe MSI Wind Pad 110 Android tablet that I could find out until now through different sites:

Specs   MSI Wind Pad 110 Android
Processor Nvidia Tegra 2 (can be up to 1Ghz)
RAM ???
Screen 10-Inch / capacitive touchscreen/ 1024 x 600
Storage ??? / SD Card (Usually up to 32GB)
A/V Input Front camera / built-in Microphone
A/V Ouptut Video Out / Headphones / Speakers
Network WLAN / 3G
Connectors USB / Video Out
Sensors ???
Battery 6 cell / 10 to 12 hours
Extras Docking Station / Android 2.1 / customized UI / Card slots/ 1080p HD video / SIM Card Slot / Data Transport Port (What do they mean with that??) / Interchangeable Back Plate
Price Range 399$ (on rumour basis mentioned by engadget.com)
Manufacturer MSI

 

Here’s a video interview of Nicole Scott of netbooknews.com with the MSI spokesperson sharing some words about the MSI Android Wind Pad 110:

Well, there’s not much yet to say about it. A customized UI is always interesting and a 10-Inch capacitive display is great. Let’s have a closer look when there are official specs and when the new UI is presented… I will keep you updated…

UPDATE May 31, 2010: Some specs and changed the video to netbooknews.com. Thanks for that very cool and professional video!

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