As expected, AMD is starting to show off a new version of its 10 inch Windows tablet called the WindPad 110W. What sets this model apart from the WindPad 100W that’s already shipping is that the new tablet has a low power AMD C-50 processor and AMD Radeon HD 6250 graphics while the WindPad 100W sports an Intel Atom chip.

The folks at Netbook News, UMPC Portal, and Engadget all got a brief look at the new tablet today — but since it’s currently tucked away behind glass at the MSI CeBIT exhibit, we haven’t seen any real performance tests yet.

The MSI WindPad 110W has 1 USB port, an HDMI port, rear-facing camera, and a SIM card slot. It has a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, runs Windows 7 Home Premium, capacitive touch buttons on the side, and an optical touchpad.

MSI claims the tablet will run for up to 8 hours on a charge, which sounds a little optimistic, but not out of the realm of possibility.

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4 replies on “MSI WindPad 110W tablet features an AMD chip and Windows 7”

  1. execpt that this tablet is running the tegra 2… Not an AMD Core. Oops.

  2. The real good time comes at the time llano & Bull dozer comes to market…

  3. And that’s why AMD should be at $12 per share within 2 weeks IMO…

    Watch out Atom and NVDA…. first NVDA is taken out of the Apple lineup… now fusion in Tablets – This will be AMD’s year.

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