Guess what MSI unveiled at Computex? Tablets. Not much of a surprise there, since just about everyone’s diving into the tablet biz lately, so here you go: two new tablets from MSI, called the Enjoy 7 and Enjoy 10. Yeah, the name’s kind of awkward for a slate, but at least it doesn’t come with “—Pad,” which we’re getting tired of lately (wait… they fall under the company’s WindPad line, so forget about the “Pad” comment). Predictably, the Enjoy 7 and 10 are tablets that feature 7-inch and 10-inch screens, but they basically come with identical specs that revolve around a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, 512MB of RAM, Android 2.3 OS and the usual set of wireless connectivity features.
Both tablets also feature HDMI and USB ports, plus a microSD slot that you’re going to want to stuff a 32GB card with since they’ll only come with 4GB of built in memory. Both models also feature an accelerometer and digital light compass. Screen size and battery is where the two tablets differ, with the Enjoy 7 sporting an 800 x 480 screen and 3,500mAh battery, while the 10-incher comes with a 1024 x 768 screen and larger 4700mAh pack.
Sounds pretty typical, all-in-all. Until we heard about the launch details. According to MSI, they’re set to begin production in July followed by shipments either in late July or August for – get this – a sub$300 price for the Enjoy 10 (with the Enjoy 7 priced even less). Now that’s something everyone can “enjoy.”
[via Netbook Italia]