MSI shows single and dual screen design tablets

By on May 18, 2010
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Based on Windows, these single screen and dual screen tablets by MSI are expected to be released by the end of the year

MSI was showing two very interesting tablets at the DCC event in Fujairah, UAE. The first one is a standard tablet form with a 9.7 inch capacitive screen and a minimal design. While we do not have any details on the specifications, we did see a MicroSD slot and a USB port. It will be running Windows 7 when launched later this year as per the MSI representative.

The second tablet is more interesting- it has two screens that fold up like a notebook and the bottom screen can be used as a keyboard or as a two page ebook reader. This tablet will be based on the Atom platform and also run Windows 7 but that’s all the details we have.

We took a video for both these devices but due to the extremely crappy upload speeds, you will have to wait to see that until a day or so.


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