MSI has been showing off Windows 7 tablets with Intel Atom processors for a few months. In fact, you can pre-order the WindPad 100W with an Intel Atom Z530 processor today for $649 from Excaliber PC. Now it looks like MSI is getting ready to show off a new model which is powered by a low power AMD chip instead of a low power Intel chip.

DigiTimes reports that MSI will the WindPad 110W to the CeBIT trade show in Germany next week. The tablet will reportedly feature a 10.1 inch display and an AMD C-50 dual core processor with AMD Radeon graphics. While the C-50 chip isn’t exactly a powerhouse, it should provide performance that’s on par with what you’d get from an Atom chip, while the Radeon graphics can handle DirectX 11 and HD video playback.

The tablet also has 32GB of storage, a G-Sensor, ambient light sensor, and WiFi.

via SlashGear

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3 replies on “MSI set to showcase a WindPad tablet with an AMD Ontario chip”

  1. wait…c50 w/ 6310 or 6250…i have acer ao522 amd the c50 is 6250 @280mhz in ma netbook…c50?

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