The company will also introduce two new series of tablets in India by early July.
The new WindPad 110W 10 inch tablet features ARM Cortex-A9 dual core processor architecture and the latest Google Android operating system. It also features 1GB DDRII of memory, 802.11 b/g/n wireless, G-Sensor, ALS, and an SSD hard drive with up to 32GB of memory to meet the entertainment needs of users.
It weighs only 740 grams and offers more than eight hours of battery power, claimed the company in a press release.
The product was launched by Bollywood actress, Malaika Arora Khan, in a press conference in New Delhi on Friday.
Commenting on this occasion MSI India general manager Eric Kuo said "India, currently, is just about two per cent of our global revenues. Going ahead, we see a huge opportunity here and we would bring in the latest technology through our products. Our aim is to be among the top three brands in India, in the next two years and for that we need to have monthly sales of 20,000-30,000 units, so I would say that is the sales target that we have set for ourselves to achieve in the next two years"
Kuo said that MSI will be soon introducing two new series of tablets in India by early July.
MSI also displayed new products like GX780 (part of its latest gaming series) and N580GTX Lightning Xtreme graphics card.
The GT780 and GT683 both sport the latest nVidia discrete graphics card. The X460 comes with Intel 2nd generation Core i7 processor and MSI's own heat dispersion technology, giving it performance unprecedented in an ultra-slim computer. In addition, the CX670 packs AMD's new generation, power-sipping, high-performance CPU produced using nano technology.
Pricing details of the products has not been revealed by the company so fat.
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