This week the Taiwan based company, Micro-Star International showed off two new Android tablets during Computex. Both of this devices look as if they are much more lustrous than the WindPad Tablet that was launched in the past by the company.
The upcoming tablets based on the Android OS are the WindPad Enjoy 7 and the Enjoy 10. Both of these devices will be shipping at the end of July to retailers and will be priced very economial. The Enjoy 7 will be available for $199 will the Enjoy 10 will be pried a bit higher at $299.
Both the tablets that were shown running the Android OS 2.3 (Gingerbread), however MSI is hoping that they will be able to start using Honeycomb later on this year.
While the upcoming Enjoy 10 is not as thin or light as Apple’s iPad 2 and neither of the tablets will have 3G capability both will be running on a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor. Along with that both the 7 and 10 will have front and rear cameras, 4GB or built in memory, along with a micro-SD card extendable up to 32GB, and ports for mini USB and mini-HDMI. Both of these devices will also feature Bluetooth and WiFi, along with the ability to playback video up to 6 hours, according to MSI.
The Enjoy 10 weighs in at almost 28.5 onces, while the Enjoy 7 only ways in at around 14 onces, less than half of the Enjoy 10.
Also during Computex, MSI showed off a few of their already announced 10 inch tablets. One of these include the WindPad 110W. This tablet will be running on Advanced Micro Devices’ “Brazos” Fusion processor and Microsoft’s Windows 7 Home Premium OS and is also due to be in stores by the end of this month, however pricing is unavailable at the moment.