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Taiwanese manufacturer of motherboards and video cards, MSI is going to release their first tablet device running Android. It is about to be announced at this year’s CES. The 10-inch WindPad still has some secrets that we will get to know only in Vegas, but early specs claim a Tegra 2 dual-core CPU and 1280×800 resolution display. MSI would like to have Honeycomb on its tablet in time for an early March release. Nevertheless if it doesn’t happen MSI will ship the tablet running Android 2.3 with an update to follow. 

Also Japanese IT company NEC is about to present its new tablet at CES 2011. The most impressive feature of the LifeTouch tablet is going to be two 7-inch touchscreens. So, there is an opportunity to run different tasks on each screen simultaneously. How these two displays are organized we will see at CES, where NEC will also be presenting a more traditional single-screen tablet and Android netbook.

So, Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is going to be extremely interesting and exciting and will give us a lot of news.

 

 

Via Phandroid

Tags: CES, MSI, NEC, android, tablet

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CES 2011 is going to be interesting. We are expecting a lot of new devices to enter the modern IT world. Viliv is also going to launch new tablets running Android and Windows 7 for 2011.  Android will be represented by Viliv X7 and Viliv X10. There is no information about their technical specifications, and we can just guess the display size from their names.

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