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    MSI’s 10 Inch NVIDIA Tegra Tablet

    MSI’s 10 Inch NVIDIA Tegra Tablet

    MSIs 10 Inch NVIDIA Tegra Tablet

    MSI has announced plans to launch a new tablet PC in the second half of this year. The MSI Tablet will be based on NVIDIA’s Tegra  platform.

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    It will come with a 10-inch color touchscreen display, built in WiFi, and is designed to be thin and lightweight. The MSI NVIDIA Tegra Tablet will most likely use the new ASUS@Vibe digital content platform, which is designed to deliver music, news, ebooks and web based games.

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    The MSI NVIDIA Tegra Tablet will likely run Google’s Android OS, evidence of the prototype they showcased at CES (see video).

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    MSI has also confirmed that they will launch a number of different tablets, potentially a Windows 7 version sometime in the near future. There are no details as yet on pricing or the exact availability of the MSI NVIDIA Tegra Tablet. (

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