The MSI120W has the same tablet design as the except it’s powered by Intel’s netbook-oriented Cedar Trail platform rather than AMD Fusion. There’s the same plastic frame surrounding the bezel, splattering of air vents pushing out warm air and optical mouse cursor / mouse button combo.
Specs weren’t disclosed but we know this display model has a 10.1″ 1280 x 800 multi-touch capacitive display, Intel Atom N2800 processor, front and rear cameras, SRS Surround Sound, FFS support (Fast Flash Standby), GPS, 3.HSPA and Windows 7 (obviously). There’s also the features that come along with Cedar Trail such as WiDi 2.0. On the sides - SIM card slot, rotation lock, SDHC card reader, volume rocker, headphone, USB and HDMI.
The dual-core Atom N2800 on board, clocked in at 1.86GHz with a 6.5W TDP and GMA 5650 graphics gave us a nice WEI score of 3.4. That’s compared to 2.with the WindPad 110W (AMD Fusion) and again, 2.9 for Intel Atom N550 netbooks with integrated graphics.
No word on pricing and when we can expect it out just yet.