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MSI Staging Tablet Come Projector, like Dreams Going to be Reality

MSI has recently introduced their concept of future tablet which is known as the MSI Staging. The new MSI Staging tablet is really an innovation which packs USB projector that located above the display. The new MSI Staging is a Windows 7 tablet which has an innovative design and probably coming with all latest specifications. Most importantly, the projector can be rotated to project images from the screen on a flat surface, changing the image size is depending on the condition. Beside these, the new MSI Staging can be projected virtual keyboard directly to the desk and typing, touch control over the surface. The manufacture is claimed that, it’s more convenient to use than the onscreen keyboard. Above all, the projector is artfully hidden in the back of the tablet, which is distinguished not only practical, but also beauty and style. Here I’ve shortlisted few key specs of the new MSI Staging tablet which will provide you some useful information on it, just have a look.
MSI Staging Tablet projector

MSI Staging Tablet Specs

  • 10-inch display screen
  • Packs USB projector (located above the display)
  • Projector can be rotated to project images from the screen on a flat surface
  • Projected virtual keyboard directly to the desk and typing, touch control over the surface
  • Based on Intel processors and running
  • Runs on the Windows 7 OS. However
  • Also allows the use of ARM chip and Android OS
The new innovation, MSI Staging tablet PC is ideal for high-tech industry to share with family and friends and it’s really suits business professionals who often make presentations to their clients. But unfortunately, there is no information on price and release date of this innovative concept of MSI. Well, I’ve done my works, remaining will be done by the time and MSI


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