Computex 2012: MSI shows ultra-Book Tablet S20 Slider

Yesterday we had new asuse rang from Computexpresented today, MSI has refills. In addition to a whole new set of graphics cards, motherboards and Ultra books falls on a hybrid device between tablet and ultra-Book, which would thus also from Asus can be built: The MSI S20 slider.
Or has already been built. The Eee pad slider from Asus is as a tablet, the display is easy to push away the top. Below is a keyboard, so that you get with hochgeschobenem display a 10-inch netbook with a keyboard to work. The new S20 from MSI looks at first glance, the old Eee Pad Slider Although quite similar, but it outweigh the differences.
It begins when the operating system. While the Asus Eee Pad Slider still operating with an economical Android, MSI for the upcoming Windows 8set. With the 11.6-inch display is slightly larger than the Asus slider, is also fitted with Intel's new CULV technology a much more powerful processor, which in view of the power-hungry operating system but might also be necessary.
Even at the periphery of MSI is to consistently high-quality components. The S20 is equipped with Slider Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0 and HDMI output. At 1.3 kg, the MSI S20 as a tablet is unfortunately quite difficult to get, even with ultra-Books have been around lighter competitors. Thanks to the power-saving technology to the CULV Battery life 6-7 hours are impressive, with energy-saving measures should be achievable even 8 hours. Instead of a hard disk 64 GB SSD to be installed, which are flanked by 4 GB of RAM.
MSI wants to bring the S20 slider in the fourth quarter, probably depending on the Windows 8 operating system in the stores. The price should be at 800-900 USD.


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