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MSI Announces S100 Windows 8.1 3-in-1 Tablet

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Aug 8, 2014.

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    MSI, the leading gaming computer innovator and manufacturer, now announces the latest S100 3-in-1 tablet, a windows 8.1 tablet featuring a keyboard and a protective cover, making it the best multi-functional tablet in creativity and productivity. With the 3-in-1 design, MSI S100 is a 10-inch tablet that offers top value by new Intel Bay Trail-T quad-core processor, 1280 x 800 IPS display, and dual 2 megapixels camera system.

    Powerful Quad-core Processor
    The MSI S100 is powered by the latest Intel Atom Bay Trail-T quad-core processor with high performance yet lower power consumption. With up to 10 hours battery life, S100 can easily handle multiple tasks and deliver an immersive entertainment experience. The 2 GB memory and 64 GB storage plus the compatibility with MicroSD card, you get all the space you need for apps, files, photos, or even videos. Windows 8.1 with all new touch friendly UI allows to buy and use any WinOS app by switching between Modern Interface and traditional desktop.

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    3-in-1 Design, Lightweight and Perfect for Travel
    Along with protective sleeve and keyboard, MSI S100 weights only 890g. Enjoy personal mobile office with this easy to carry gadget and an immersive entertainment experience with vivid 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 IPS display. Watch in color, and listen in soul-shaking 3D surround sound.

    The dual 2 megapixels camera system provides incredibly image quality and faithfully records moments in life.

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    Yeah, it's on the details. But that should be ok, it's barely (20K pixels) less than the more standard 1366x768.
     

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