Closely trailing ASUS' launch of the Eee Pad compact tablet, MSI displayed its Wind Touch 10.5 inch tablet. Wanting to cash in on the replenished tablet PC segment, Wind Touch, like the Eee Pad, offers the advantage of being powered by the Intel x86 architecture, driven by an Atom processor, and running Windows 7 operating system. While giving you the ability to run all your Windows applications, the tablet has MSI's own multi-touch enhanced user interface that makes it easy to do all essential tasks. Apart from sporting most common connectivity features such as WiFi, the tablet has a built-in web camera. There is no word on when MSI releases it to the market, though it shouldn't take very long given consumers' newfound love for compact tablets.