If you would remember, MSI had announced their two new tablets, the WindPad Enjoy 7 and the Enjoy 10, earlier on May 31. Though no info on the devices had found headline space for a while, last month we saw the Enjoy 10 on a visit to the FCC. The Enjoy 7 too has been spotted now at the FCC’s gates.
The Android powered tablets are identical, except in the screen and battery size. The Enjoy 7 comes with a single core1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB built-in memory, dual 2 megapixel cameras, Wi-Fi, HDMI output, micro SD card slots, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR and much more.
The Android 2.3 OS slate sports a 7-inch touch screen with 800 x 480 resolution. Weighing 395 g, the tablet has a 4700mAh battery, which lasts for 6 hours. The device comes with a curved, glossy design with a high sheen finish on front and a metal cover in back.
The tablet will be available for a price of $199. We think the timing of release is bad. Lenovo has also readied their Android 2.3 tablet offering a 1024 x 600 display, more storage and battery life and a built-in GPS at around this price.
Compared with MSI, Lenovo has more distributors in North America and offers different shades for the slate. We are now waiting with expectations of a possible price cut to be announced by MSI. Do you also foster such a feeling or do you want to pick up the Enjoy 7 for the announced price?