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MSI working on single and dual-screen tablets

Dual screen one looks particularly interesting.

| Laptops News | Posted: May 19, 2010 8:14 am

The folks over at T-Break spotted a couple upcoming tablets from MSI on display at the DCC event in Fujairah, UAE which kicked off yesterday.

 

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Whilst they were unable to get hold of any specs, what they were able to do is get a couple shots of the two tablets and ascertain that one uses a 9.7-inch capacitive touch screen with a MicroSD slot and USB port resident. It's said to be shipping with Windows 7 later on this year.

 

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The other tablet they saw is much more interesting with two individual screens that fold up notebook style. The screen on the bottom can be used as a keyboard or for things like two-page ebook reading. This unit is said to be running an Atom platform, also shipping with Windows 7 at launch.

 

Little else is known about the two models at this stage.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Tech.tbreak.com

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