[Computex 2011] MSI has also expanded its WindPad Tablet Series with the new MSI WindPad 110W that runs the Windows 7 OS and has been in the rumor mills for months now as well as the WindPad 100A that runs the Android OS. Both tablets are presently available for viewing at the Computex 2011 Show. The 110W packs the power of an AMD Brazos Fusion dual-core processor, up to 64GB SSD storage, Radeon HD6250 graphics and 2GB of RAM. The WindPad 100A on the other hand gets a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor, 32GB SSD option, and only 1GB of RAM. Both devices comes with a 10-inch IPS Touchscreen display with a 1280×800 pixel resolution, they both support WiFi connectivity, they features a G-sensor, Ambient light sensor, USB port, HDMI port and an integrated SD card slot. No pricing detail or availability was announced so we will just have to wait until MSI makes the official announcement.