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Today, MSI (Japan) added a WindPad 110W tablet model with 4GB of memory to its product page.
The WindPad 110W-045JP tablet is equipped with AMD Fusion APU (AMD Z01 – dual core), 32GB of SSD storage and 4GB of DDR3-1333 memory. The tablet PC comes with a 10-inch (1,280 × 800) IPS multi-touch, high-resolution display, powered by AMD’s Radeon HD6250 (built-in the CPU).
MSI announced the launch of its 32GB WindPad 110W tablet in the U.S.
MSI created a powerful Windows 7 tablet designed for business travelers, healthcare and education professionals.
WindPad 110W-014US (9S7-N0E111-014) packs the new AMD Z-01 APU, offering powerful processing and display performance with 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 32 GB SSD, a USB and mini-HDMI port. It has a 10.1-inch (1280×800) wide-view, multitouch IPS screen, powered by an AMD Radeon HD6250 Discrete Graphics. The tablet is loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium and has SRS Sound, which offers enhanced acoustic experience.
The WindPad 110W tablet is equipped with a low-on-power, high performance and multitasking, AMD Z01 CPU. Its 10-inch (1,280 × 800) IPS multi-touch screen is powered by AMD Radeon HD6250 and can be easily connected to a TV, though the HDMI port. The device comes with 2Gb of DDR3 memory, 32GB of SSD drive, 1.3MP webcam (front and rear) and runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
MSI officially introduced WindPad 110W tablet, unveiled earlier this year at Computex.
The WindPad 110W—the supreme tablet computer, featuring Windows 7 OS and AMD’s powerful new generation Brazos platform. The APU (Accelerated Processing Units) processors come with x86 architecture cores and the AMD Radeon HD 6250 Discrete-Class display chip, giving you smooth picture, when your tablet is playing HD films. This tablet represents the ideal combination of hardware and software, so businesspeople can do what they do anytime, anywhere.
Recently MSI showed its WindPad Tablet Series at Computex 2011.
World-class designer Jeremy Scott collaboration with MSI, takes him into new high-tech territory to design the world’s coolest, most stylish tablet computer. The fruits of Scott and MSI’s labor were being shown at Computex 2011.
MSI went the extra mile to provide its WindPads with sophisticated looks, sheathing them in color film, which gives them an extra touch of class and safeguards them from scratching and wear.
The WindPad 110W comes with the new AMD Brazos processing platform and Windows 7, while the WindPad 100A is powered with an ARM Cortex-A9 architecture processor and the latest Google Android OS.