The first is a single-screen 9.7″ model reported to run Windows 7. No specifications are available at this time, but attendees at the event noticed a MicroSD slot, and more importantly, a USB port. This should give it a leg-up on the current king of the hill, Apple’s iPad.
However, the second tablet has a unique design all its own. Sporting two fully-functional touch screens that fold up like a notebook, this little tablet can turn sideways and read like a book, or sit in a traditional orientation where the bottom screen becomes a touch keyboard. Also running Windows 7 on its Atom platform, this mobile PC seems to combine form and function in a stylish manner.
No other details are available, though an MSI representative at the event is reported to have said to expect a launch date later this year. What do you think; will this be an iKiller? Leave your comments below.