MSI (Micro Star International) has announced that it is postponing its Wintel based Tablet PC that was originally supposed to launch in Q3 of 2010 to March 2011.
The wait might be worth it, as they will be launching the tablet with Google Android 3.0 (which is a better suited operating system for tablets).
The hardware is not too shabby as well, considering they will be launching with a $500 price tag. It will feature a full color 10.1 inch display with HDMI ports and USB port. It will also feature a Dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 250 processor.
The company did point out that this would be their first Android Tablet launch and they want to wait and see if the market will accept another entrant to the tablet market. They should have the final model available at the next Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas in January.
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