Here is some more of what to expect at the CeBIT in Germany. Micro-Star International or MSI will have another Windows tablet to show off at the German event. Named WindPad 110W, the tablet is based on a low power Brazos architecture featuring a AMD dual-core C-50 processor. There will also be an integrated Radeon HD 6310 discrete class graphics chip that will enable the WindPad 110W to run DirectX 11 supported content.
The WindPad 110W will include a 10.1 inch display along with a 32 GB internal memory. The tablet will also come with a few convenient features such as Wi-Fi connectivity, a light sensor along with a g-sensor while the default operating system will be Windows 7 Home Premium.
The WindPad 110W marks a departure from the Intel based tablets running Windows that the Taiwan based manufacturer had been forking out from time to time.
MSI is also expected to have on display a tablet running Android 3.0 Honeycomb as well as. Named WindPad 100A, the tablet is expected to have a NVIDIA tegra 2 heart just as it is in the XOOM. A Wintel based tablet is also to be seen at the CeBIT event.
The 2011 edition of CeBIT will kick of in Hannover, Germany on the 1st of March and will continue till the 5th.
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