MSI has been showing off a 10 inch Android tablet called the Wind Pad 100A for a few months, but the company hasn’t been all that talkative when it comes to specs. Now Chippy from CarryPad spotted the tablet at CeBIT in Germany and confirmed that it has a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor. That’s about all that we know now that we didn’t know at CES in January, but it’s a start. It also means that the tablet should have no problem running Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb which is optimized for dual core Tegra chips.
The prototype on display this week has an SD card slot, mini-HDMI port, a full-sized USB port and a mini-USB port.
Chippy reports that MSI hopes to launch the tablet during the second quarter of 2011.