MSI WindPad 110 Revealed, NVIDIA Tegra 2-based Android Tablet [Video]


Engadget’s concluded that MSI’s unannounced (or unloved, rather) device – the MSI WindPad 110 – does exist and they’ve gotten their hands on it. The 10-inch tablet sports NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 chipset making it a beast for gaming performance. The touchscreen is capacitive and the device will house a USB port and video-out options (we’re not yet sure if this is HDMI-out or not).

The tablet is running stock Android (version 2.1) and – if they do decide to bring it to market – it would most likely sell for $399 by the end of 2010. Head on over to Engadget for more shots of it.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. ok. hellloooo! how dumb is it to include
    flash in an android site when then the majority
    of folks don’t have it on their phone yet?
    i know alot of folks who read this site with android phones!

  2. @scot: I was thinking the same thing. I really only check this site from my droid. ;)

    Anyways I am really exciited for this tablet, especially if it will only be $399. There are no good tablets available right now. :(

  3. Hmm, browsing this site with my HTC EVO and everything looks great, including Flash :)

  4. @Jack Show Off!!!! LOL

  5. She says it’s 2.1. How much confirmation do you want?

  6. it doesn’t look anything like 2.1 more like 1.6

  7. Hmm, browsing this site with my HTC tattoo, and I can see the video fine too. :-)

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