|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280*800 pixels|
|Processor||1 GHz AMD C Series|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon HD 6250|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
MSI WindPad 110W 10-Inch Tablet Computer
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- Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, AMD Z-Series APU Processors
- 4GB DDR3 memory with 32GB mSATA SSD storage capacity
- 10" 1280x800 wide-view, multi-point touch screen with IPS. SRS Sound offers enhanced acoustic experience
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n,GPS module, Dual Camera: (Front 1.3M / Rear 1.3M), Card Reader: SD/SDHC, Bluetooth: 2.1 EDR, HDMI: mini-HDMI
- AMD Radeon HD 6250 Discrete-Class Graphics1.87 pounds
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"I pre-ordered my first MSI WindPad 110w on 8/2, and received it 8/17. Serial number #87! When I ordered it, I was wondering when I would ever get it, but Amazon gave me a pleasant surprise. I guess Amazon has been very conservative on what they post for product availability. Thank you, Amazon.com!
I'm very pleased with it except for some minor frustrations due to its being SO new, but nothing relates to MSI's build quality.
I also own an ASUS Eee Slate EP121 (I love this unit for its power and handwriting/drawing capabilities). I bought an Acer Aconia Tab W500, which I returned due to a sticky volume-up key, and to make room for its superior replacement, my 110W.
I'd like to share with those of you who may be on the fence of getting one of these. Before I list some pros and cons, I'd like to note that I think W500 is a great value tablet with lots of features, too. Everyone has their specific requirements and budget considerations for their computing needs. If there were no MSI available right now, I'd have gotten a replacement for the W500. I love both EP121 and 110W for different usages. By the way, I also love my iPad and iPad2 for surfing, and entertainment.
110W: great value with 4GB RAM, TPM (for data security), GPS, Win7 64-Bit Home Premium (instead of 32). Very easy to use with on-tablet touch mouse sensor, and 1-touch buttons for frequently used applications, important settings (Wireless, Bluetooth, Camera, Volume, Brightness, etc.), desktop and Ctrl-Alt-Del.Read more ›
Note for people planning on doing a fresh installation: Make sure that you have an usb hub. You are going to have to multiply the one usb port into at least two so you have room for both an usb keyboard and an usb port for the installation media (Win7 on an USB or an external DVD drive).
The performance is great. The most generous allowance of RAMs (4GB) available for any tablet right now that's under $1K.
Couple of my main worries regarding this tablet is assuaged once I get a chance to play with it.
1. CPU is going to be turn out to be anemic - FALSE
AMD definitely stepped up to the challenge that is Intel's Atom. The tablet is incredibly responsive in the Win7 environment. I have yet to be embarrassed in front of my friends waiting for things to happen when I play with it in front of them.
2. Media performance is going to suck - FALSE
Both the wireless and the media capability is outstanding.Read more ›
Seriously, I like it.
This tablet has the best possible spec / solution in the market
- AMD Fusion. discrete level graphics. I can even game on it. DirectX 11 supported. Smooth experience.
- 4GB RAM
- Can upgraded to windows 7 professional
- Runs smoothly with office 2010
- Blackberry style optical "mouse" button. It makes the tablet experience worthwhile.
- Flash and silverlight browser supported
- It's a PC, Notebook, Computer not an oversized internet device
If you are looking for a Windows tablet, this is the one!!!
My personal opinion on this baby is that isn't oriented to an average user that wants to carry it around and show-off to the rest of the world they have a high-tech device under their arms.
This will run actually a full x64 W7 FULL OS. No "lite" versions of "Fruit" OSs. It runs PROGRAMS, not Apps. That said, expect it to get a little warm and once in a while hear the fan blow some warm air. IT DOES has a built-in GPS which they call A-GPS, but I have manage to test it flawlessly up to 41,000ft (obviously 8,100ft cabin press with no data assistance) being pretty accurate (for non-calibrated altitude) regarding Ground Speed, position, and track.
Don't expect a "Market", and have FUN out of the box while downloading stuff and having a cup of tea. Its like having a fresh copy of MS W7 and to expect to have FUN immediately playing Chess or Solitaire. Its a work tool which you have to install progs (games, production SW or w/e). Its Windows ;)
Its Fusion APU is very powerful and manages video in Full HD w/o hiccups. I even manage to run Modern Warfare2 and Half Life 2. Runs pretty good for a system this size.
This unit is 100% upgradable. You can chose your own memory with lower latencies, SSD, WLAN, etc. (or replace in case of failure). I will be replacing the SSD with a higher capacity and faster one. The boot time is pretty decent, but I need a faster SSD to run/store my programs; as lower load times mean lower power consumption. There are even 128GB and higher options.
The ATi management console offers a lot of customization. You can play with the contrast/brightness to use it nicely as an e-reader (its really light for all the stuff that is packed in), and save some power.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow! I can't believe I've had this four almost 4 years now!
Sure, the 1GHz AMD dual core Z01 is slow. Read more
Still using it. Mostly when I travel. Take it with me on motorcycle trips. Did an upgrade from 32GB to 64GB works better now.Published 7 months ago by Riverfurm
Very poorly made. Body of tablet warps causing screen to separate from body. very short battery life.Published 13 months ago by Charles P. Beshaw
This is a GREAT tablet. I use it to take notes in programming class and even play games on it. It can play some lightweight games and can handle almost any program. Read morePublished on December 15, 2013 by Michael O
Can you install regular Pc programs on this table like normal computer any software compatibly or is more like android?????Published on December 4, 2013 by Sergio Padilla
When trying to use internet it was slow when I recevied it. Plus the google play moves to slow. Save ur money and buy a computer instead.Published on July 2, 2013 by Judy Rogers
This is probably the best AMD Fusion based tablet released to this date, with the best price-performance ratio. Can be upgraded to 8GB RAM, too.Published on January 30, 2013 by Carlos 'Catel'