Two Windows tablets were on offer from MSI at CeBIT this year in the shape of the Windpad 100W and Windpad 110W.
Both running Windows 7 Home Premium edition, the main physical differences come in the shape of hardware buttons on the Windpad 100W, while the Windpad 110W opts for soft-touch buttons and a trackpad. That trackpad could be particularly useful considering these are Windows 7 tablets, notoriously difficult to navigate through touch.
An Atom Z530 is the processor of choice for the WindPad 100W, while the 110W gets an AMD Brazos C50.
We have a quick look in the video above.