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MSI confirms tablets to be outed at CES

Windows, Android models pipelined

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No real details were mentioned, alas, but Taiwanese hardware maker MSI has confirmed that it too is hopping on the tablet bandwagon next year.

Hopping on the fence too: MSI will be offering two tablets, one based on Intel chippage and running Windows, the other built out of ARM and Android.

Branded WindPad, the two tablets will be shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2011, MSI said.

They will have Wi-Fi too, it added. ®

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