MSI specifically pointed out to us that it preferred Android 2.3 over 3.0 for its broader compatibility and better stability. Alas, neither slate is licensed to access the Android Market, but the pre-production units we looked at had an APK installer on board and MSI promised to figure out a workaround to let you obtain apps. It wasn't terribly clear how that'd be done, but at least the company has it in mind. As to build quality, the 795g Enjoy 10 felt great in the hand, its curvy and thin body proving easy to handle. We can't really comment on the actual construction as what we were shown were early pre-production mockups designed to just give us a taste rather than the full enchilada. Weighing in at 395g, the Enjoy 7 features a similar penchant for curviness and, on a less happy note, glossiness. Both are smear magnets with a high sheen finish on the front. The metal backs are more demure, though. Check out the Enjoy 10 on video after the break.
MSI WindPad Enjoy 7 and Enjoy 10 hands-onSee all photos
N.B. We were at first told the resolution on the 10-inch Enjoy 10 was 1024 x 600, but the spec sheet more accurately identifies it as 1024 x 768. Given the screen's 4:3 size ratio, that makes a lot of sense -- just pretend we said 768 instead of 600 in the video above.