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Android and then Some

WindPad_100A-2 There’s a slew of classroom slates on the way, but MSI’s WindPad 100a stands out with the combination of a 10-inch touch-screen and a powerful dual-core ARM Cortex processor that runs at 1GHz. It was first shown a few months ago at the CES show in Las Vegas and it should be available in the coming weeks. It does it all, from Bluetooth and WiFi to 8- or 16-GB of flash storage and a pair of cameras. MSI says the battery should run for roughly 8 hours, or enough for a day of classes and some afterschool work.




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