Computex 2010 goes on, with MSI showcasing its long-awaited tablet, the Wind Pad, another iPad rival. Wind Pad will be available in two versions, one running Windows 7 and the other Android OS, plus it’ll feature a 10 inch LED touchscreen, an Intel Atom CPU and an Intel GMA 3150 graphics card. The tablet weighs 80 grams, supports 3G and WiFi connectivity and incorporates a webcam.

MSI’s new product uses a GPS, an USB port and a battery that provides 8 hours of functioning time. The interface on this device looks pretty interesting, leading us to believe that the UI is customized by MSI, for a more user-friendly experience.

Looking forward to seeing a video of the Wind Pad in action.

[via Aving]