MSI has announced two budget Android tablets at Computex: the WindPad Enjoy 7 and WindPad Enjoy 10, both of which provide a tablet computing experience at a fraction of the price of some of the bigger-name devices available.
The devices will both run Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), the latest iteration of Google’s smartphone-oriented OS which is still popping up on plenty of new Android tablets. Neither Enjoy will have the pleasure of open access to the Android Market, but MSI said that it is attempting to develop an alternative method to get apps to users.
The Enjoy 10 features a 10-inch screen, 1024 x 768 resolution, a single-core 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, 4 GB of internal storage, and 512 MB of RAM.
The Enjoy 7 matches the Enjoy 10 in terms of internal hardware, but switches things up on its display with a smaller seven-inch screen and appropriately scaled down 800 x 480 resolution.
The piece de resistance of these new WindPads is their price. The Enjoy 10 will cost just $299, and while the cost of the Enjoy 7 has yet to be officially announced by MSI, the smaller tablet will naturally be less expensive than its 10-inch counterpart. Both devices can be expected Stateside in July or August, and internationally sometime after that.