MSI shows its proposal for a hybrid tablet and notebook
At computex 2012 notebooks and tablets are all the rage, even though it has not even officially started the event. Herein is the company MSI, recognized hardware manufacturer for PCs, showed their product S20 Slider, a hybrid between Tablet and notebook with 11.6-inch screen and Windows 8.
Grace is that you can move the front panel at different angles and secure there, so it can be used as a notebook when needed and use the physical keyboard that is made available. For other times, you can use the touch screen and user interface in Windows 8 Metro.
In technical terms, the mainframe computer came with third-generation Intel CULV Ivy Bridge, along with 4GB of RAM, Bluetooth 4.0 and HDMI ports and USB 3.0. This internal platform is what gives the S20 Slider Ultrabook category, being ultra-slim and meet the weight and thickness specifications imposed by Intel.
This format Ultrabook-notebook-tablet is something relatively familiar to us , although we hope that in this computex 2012 we continue to see more of this kind of equipment and we can definitely say that we are facing a new product category, those who have real functionality but notebook sized tablet.
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