MSI's Slatebook tablet PC is will hit the U.S. and Europe markets in the third quarter of 2010 through local telecom carrier cooperation according to company chairman Joseph Hsu. MSI's Slatebook which features an Intel Atom Zxx series processor, multi-touch capability, Windows 7, a built-in 3G and Wi-Fi module, and USB and HDMI ports, with a weight of 800g, is also expected to be spotlighted at Computex 2010.
Although the iPad has been selling very well in all of the markets it has been released in, Hsu believes 2011 is when the tablet market will really start to take off. Hsu also noted that the netbook demand is dropping rapidly in many market and said that only 2-3 new models will be launched each year for the foreseeable future.
MSI has big plans for Computex 2010, with the Wind U160 netbook being the major product but also some teasers having ddr3 support and sporting the Intel Atom N455 and N475 processors as well as a model with the dual-core Atom N550.
A ton more notebooks and all-in-ones will also be on hand at Computex; check out the Source Link at Digitimes to check them all out.
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