MSI Android tablet

MSI is showing a 10 inch tablet with a capacitative toucshcreen display. I didn’t get a lot of details about it when I stopped by the booth the other day, but Engadget reports that it’s powered by NVIDIA’s new Tegra 2 platform. It also runs Google Android.

It’s not clear at the moment whether MSI will actually bring this tablet to market or if it’s just a concept device.

More pictures below.

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5 replies on “MSI shows off 10 inch tablet with Google Android”

  1. You know if someone can make a small wireless keyboard that would pair with one of these, and the cost of the two together is about the same as a netbook, AND I don’t have to have a mobile plan… I think I’d really rather like something like one of these. I’m particularly intrigued by the nVidia Tegra 2 platform, in particular, and anything based on Cortex A9 in general, at the moment.

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