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MSI Tablet with Built-In Projector is Just a Prototype

MSI Tablet with Built-In Projector is Just a Prototype

Not too long ago, it looked like projectors were picking up speed and heading into the mainstream market. They were even being built into phones. But then that phase seemed to get passed over relatively quickly. One market that seems to have shied away from the projector, is the tablet market. To some, a projector and a tablet would make the perfect bed fellows. MSI apparently agrees with those folks, and have created a prototype device that, at least right now, runs Windows 7 and is powered by Intel.

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MSI unveils new budget Enjoy 71 Tablet

MSI unveils new budget Enjoy 71 Tablet

MSI has officially unveiled a new budget priced Android tablet featuring a seven-inch display. The tablet is called the MSI Enjoy 71 tablet. Certainly, the best part about this tablet is the low price tipped at €130. Despite the low price, the tablet has some decent hardware features.

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MSI Windpad 110w AMD Z-Series Dual-Core Tablet Officially up for Pre-Order at Amazon

MSI Windpad 110w AMD Z-Series Dual-Core Tablet Officially up for Pre-Order at Amazon

MSI has finally came out and officially unveiled the pricing and pre-order information for their dual-core Windows 7 tablet known as the Windpad 110w. In case you forgot the specs include a 10" display with a 1280x800 resolution, 4GB of fast DDR3 RAM. Onboard you have a 32GB SSD hard drive, as well as HDMI, two full-size USB ports and all this is powered by Windows 7 and AMD's new dual-core Z-Series processor.

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MSI WindPad 110W with AMD C-50 APU and WindPad 100A Honeycomb tablets imminent

MSI WindPad 110W with AMD C-50 APU and WindPad 100A Honeycomb tablets imminent

MSI is readying a tablet PC running AMD's dual-core C-50 APU, according to sources in Taipei, with the Windows 7 based slate expected to make its debut at CeBIT 2011 early next month. According to DigiTimes' sources, the MSI WindPad 110W will pair the Brazos processor and integrated Radeon HD 6310 graphics with a 32GB SSD. Meanwhile, there's also talk of an MSI Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, also expected to show up for the first time.

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ASUS slashing netbook prices as tablets take market; MSI dropping out completely?

ASUS slashing netbook prices as tablets take market; MSI dropping out completely?

The market obsession with tablets has left netbook manufacturers facing significant price cuts and even abandoning the segment altogether, according to channel sources. DigiTimes claims that ASUS has slashed the retail cost of its latest Atom N450 and dual-core N550 netbooks after attempts to position them based on style and specifications fell short, while MSI is tipped to be "phased out of the market" altogether.

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ASUS, MSI and ECS tablet plans tipped: Android, Windows 7 and Tegra 2 galore

ASUS, MSI and ECS tablet plans tipped: Android, Windows 7 and Tegra 2 galore

ASUS may have been content to tease details of its Eee Pad EP121 tablet, but other sources aren't quite so restrained. According to DigiTimes, the ASUS EP121 is targeted at enterprise customers - hence the content creation focus and Windows 7 - while two $499 to $599 10-inch Eee Pads will take on the consumer side from March 2011. One will run Windows 7 on Intel Oak Trail chips, while the other will run Android on NVIDIa's Tegra 2. ASUS won't be the only ones with a tablet presence, either; ECS and MSI are also tipped to be bringing slates to the show.

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MSI Slatebook Windows 7 tablet at Computex; Tegra 2 M Pad still in development

MSI Slatebook Windows 7 tablet at Computex; Tegra 2 M Pad still in development

While the future of HP's Windows 7 slate apparently hangs in the balance, MSI are supposedly gung-ho about their own tablet running the Microsoft OS.  According to DigiTimes' sources, the company will bring the MSI Slatebook to Computex 2010 in early June.  Based, so "sources at notebook players" would have it, on Intel's Menlow Atom Z5xx processor range (not the newer Moorestown Z6xx chips), the Slatebook apparently has a 10-inch display and integrated WiFi and 3G.

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