Computex 2010 is running full steam ahead today and there have already been some cool new gadgets debuted at the show. The MSI WindPad 100 and 110 tablets have surfaced. The WindPad 100 is a Windows 7 tablet that runs on an Atom Z530 CPU. The rig runs Windows 7 Ultimate, but MSI uses a custom UI over the top of the OS.
The machine has HDMI out and a pair of USB ports and it will have a webcam as well. The machine will retail for $499 when it lands on the market later this year sporting its 10-inch 1024 x 600 screen. Alongside the WindPad 100 came the WindPad 110.
The 110 is the more interesting of the two tablets with its 10-inch screen and power coming from NVIDIA's Tegra 2 platform. The OS on this beauty is Android and it will sport a 10-inch screen, USB port, and video output. The Android version will sell for $399 making it more appealing in my book than the 100.