Windows® 7 Tablet released by MSI
MSI targets Windows 7 Tablet for Business Professionals
MSI has announced that it will soon be releasing a tablet that is based on the Windows 7 operating system platform. The tablet, named WindPad 110W, will also feature the latest processors based on AMD Dual Core technology and Brazos platform processor.
Currently, there are not many tablets is the market that have an OS platform based on Windows 7. Due to the high processing speeds that are required to run Windows 7, not many tablets have made a platform based on this OS. With the ever increasing demand of high-end processors, various hardware companies have started the development specifically for tablets.
Unlike other tablets that are in the market, MSI is specifically targeting the professional audience with business needs. However, MSI has not missed out on the multimedia and entertainment factor as the large touch screen offers clear and crisp images along with enhanced SRS sound.
Some of the features of the tablet can be seen as follows:
- 4GB DDR3 of memory
- 802.11 b/g/n wireless
- Bluetooth Interface
- Ambient light sensor
- Virtual Keyboard Interface
- SSD hard drive up to 64GB,
- 850 grams
- 6 Hours battery life
- I/O ports for SD card reader
- USB port and mini HDMI slot
According to MSI, it only chose Windows 7 as the operating system for the Tablet because it wanted business professionals to have access to the latest Flash-based programs and the latest suite of Microsoft Office 2010. With Windows 7 operating system, business professionals will be able to make presentations, view Word documents, and update data on excel sheets. With the SRS wrap sound, MSI also provides the best in terms of surround entertainment.