MSI showed off the latest 10-inch tablet running Windows 7 called MSI WindPad 120W with 1.86 GHz Intel Atom chip Cedar Trail. With the MSI Windpad 120W then MSI adds complete collections of tablets for Windows 7 in addition to MSI Windpad 110W using the AMD Fusion processor.
MSI Tablet WindPad 120W has a capacitive touchscreen display, support for GPS and 3 g connection, and features Intel Widi wireless display technology 2.0. The Tablet also has features that MSI call FFS or Fast Flash Standby, but I suspect this is the same thing as the new Intel technology “Rapid Start” that stores the hibernation file to flash storage so you can get back to work faster than you do if you just use the standard hard drive.
MSI has added an optical trackpad tablet to the right side, which should make it easier to use Windows application that does not respond well to touch/touch input. MSI Tablet Windpad 120W has 2 GB DDR3 memory and solid state storage disk 32 GB. MSI WindPad 120W also features SRS surround sound and HDMI output.
You can also see video MSI Windpad 120W showcased at Computex: