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From Htcyou: The MSI WindPad Enjoy made its way to the FCC, which revealed some specs on its website. However, this 10-inch tablet apparently looks underpowered even for its price of about $300. More »

Get ready to say hello to some new tablets this year! Towards the end of next month, Taiwan company MSI (Micro-Star International) is releasing their own Android tablets from their WindPad line. Customers will be able to buy two models: Enjoy 10 and Enjoy 7. More »

Nowadays, All-in-one computers are the thing to have. Super thin LCD displays don’t form a good partnership with huge boxes. MSI’s Wind Top AE2070 AIO is a computer that fits in the display itself. Quite handy, really. More »

MSI recently revealed its 17.3 inch GX780 notebook that comes with a multi-colored backlit 102-key SteelSeries keyboard. The specialized keyboard features a total of 1,000 different color combinations, five lighting modes, 10 key simultaneous input, and “The Golden Triangle” layout. The 8.6 pound gaming laptop also includes GeForce GT555M graphics, a second gen Intel Core i7 processor, and a maximum 16GB of DDR3. More »

It’s for a fact that the CES 2011 was filled with fantastic gadgets and here comes another one to prove it even more. It’s MSI’s all-in-one touchscreen PC dubbed as the “Butterfly“. More »

MSI has just unveiled two new laptops the FX700 and FR700 which aims to satisfy your multimedia cravings. These notebooks both sports a 17.3″ widescreen display and carries MSI’s anti-scratch and anti-smudge coating. More »

Gone are the days when laptop’s are just used for Internet and word processing as every computer company is now releasing their own gaming laptops, one after another. The MSI company wouldn’t be the last on the list as they have just added the GT663 to their line of gaming laptop’s. More »

Every week, there are thousands of tech news and gadget stories. We will spare you the dross and apprise you of the most important information. Here is the filtered version of this week’s happenings. More »

This is the the MSI tablet that many geeks are holding their breaths for: with NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 SoC (which delivers an advertised 12-hours of battery life), the 10″ Wind Pad 110 runs Google Android 2.1 but sadly uses the same low-resolution 1024×600 capacitive touchscreen as the Wind Pad 100. More »

MSI is aggressively going after the iPad and will do so with the same strategy that Windows PC vendors have been using effectively for decades: offer variety to cater to more consumers. The Slatebook is a Windows 7 Intel Atom tablet scheduled for Q3. Today, MSI announced its 10″ (1024×600) Wind Pad 100 (which may be the same model) that runs Windows 7 and is an Intel x86 device that has HDMI, wireless, 3G, and a webcam. More »

MSI’s Intel Atom tablet is going to be available through American and European carriers by the third quarter of this year. Also, MSI plans to cut back netbook production and will concentrate on slates and tablets for 2011. More »

Why have computer manufacturers not popularized external graphics? Because laptop makers want you to upgrade your gaming notebook every few years. Unlike tower PCs, most laptops’ graphics are soldered onto their motherboards and cannot be replaced. The MSI GUS (Graphics Upgrade Solution) is attempting to externalize your GPU. More »

I have always considered MSI to be the value conscious PC geek’s brand. None of the company’s designs is flashy, but reliability is usually solid, and so is price to performance. The GE600 is an $899.99 gaming laptop that has a 16″ LCD at 1366×768 pixels, which is actually a good resolution because it enables the middling Radeon Mobility 5730 to keep up nicely. More »

MSI Wind and Mac OS X 10.6 lover “alexbates” over at Insanely Wind has merged his loves and created the tablet that most Apple faithfuls wished the iPad were…and for only $350. More »

From Htcyou: Weeks prior to Apple’s iPad unveiling, Android tablets had been shown prominently at CES in early January. The tablet makers were MSI, Notion Ink, ICD, and Compal. Dell, Quanta, and Archos also have their own machines on the way. More »

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