Summary: For a long time, I was looking for this ultimate device. I had already tried android tablets, and I was ready to buy the new Nexus 7. However, in my subconsciousness I thought them too limited. I like very much my Android Smartphone (a galaxy S3).
Summary: This is a GREAT tablet. I use it to take notes in programming class and even play games on it. It can play some lightweight games and can handle almost any program. It's way better then carrying around a laptop.
Summary: I know this space is for comments about the item, not the seller. However, I really need to comment about the seller in this case, because I think other potential buyers should know. Immediately upon receipt of my Windpad 110W, problems were apparent.
Summary: The MSI Windpad 110W is a great tablet for those looking for something capable of more normal computer programs. Android and ios dominate the market and transition better in tablet form than Windows 7, but are limited to the selected apps on their app markets.
Summary: Has anyone been able to find a good fit folio for this tablet? I have heard ViewSonic Viewpad 10 inch and Kenigston's iPad 1 folios fit Windpad 110w. I am not sure how true that is. Does anyone have a tip?
IMHO Best Win7 Tablet this Form Factor & Price Range
Russ Engle, Amazon
26 September 2011
Summary: We bought this Win7 tablet for our son. He'll be using it for OneNote in high school. Although I'm highly technical, I haven't had much time to play with it, so the following review was written by my wife. :-) "I pre-ordered my first MSI WindPad 110w on 8/2, and received it 8/17. Serial number #87!
Summary: After looking for a tablet for 6 months and friends telling me tablets for Windows were a looser and I should go with an I-Pad, resistance is futile. I found the MSI WINDPAD 100W. the loosing point friends told me is Windows are not made for the small touch screens on tablets.
Summary: Great Tablet PC offering great performance for its form factor. My personal opinion on this baby is that isn't oriented to an average user that wants to carry it around and show-off to the rest of the world they have a high-tech device under their arms. This will run actually a full x64 W7 FULL OS.
Summary: First thing I did when I got this tablet is to replace the HDD. Thankfully this is the first tablet meant for PC geeks and the innards are a piece of cake to access (4 screws under the rubber feet around the back edges and 2 screws on both sides of the power adapter port) and no warranty voided...