You may have seen the name MSI on graphics card, gaming hardware and gaming laptops, but the company is also a provider of business solutions. And a tablet maker too. The Taiwanese company has officially announced a
As robotic a name as it gets, but hey, the motherboard has got a first row ticket. It is now officially the first Windows 8.1 certified motherboard and will soon hit the store shelves across the world.
I’ve hit Google and other sources hard looking for the answer to this question, so I’ll pose it here: Where are all the AMD tablets? Earlier this year we saw AMD’s first tablet prototype. The reference design
MSI introduced a new device at Computex 2012 — the Slider S20, a “convertible ultrabook” with a hardware keyboard that slides out from under the screen. The screen is 11.6 inches across, and there’s an Ivy Bridge