MSI ia apparently taking the tablet market quite seriously. The company showcased a total of three different tablets including the new Windpad 100A based on Nvidia Tegra 2 chip and Google Android Honeycomb OS.
Of course, the showcased model was running on Android 2.x version but we were told that it will actually ship with Honeycomb. For now, the Windpad 100A looks pretty good and we must admit that it has decent build quality. As far as the specs go, you are looking at a pretty standard 10.1-inch Tegra 2 tablet and MSI included the screen lock button in case you don't want the G-Sensor to do its magic.
The price is still hanging in the air but we were told that it should hit the market in early June, maybe even earlier.
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MSI showscases Android based tablet
CeBIT 2011: Windpad 100A with Tegra 2 and Honeycomb