Engadget had a chat with MSI and learned the company will announce Android and Windows 7 based tablet devices at Computex in June. These devices will feature 8.9" and 10" displays, and are expected to start shipping sometime in the third quarter. Pricing is said to be "extremely aggressive", but it's still unknown how affordable these things will be.
The site also learned MSI's dual-screen eReader/tablet device has been delayed until Q4 2010. MSI's Andy Tung cites hardware implementation as the reason for the delay, even with a higher density battery and the Atom "Menlow" platform they can only get a battery life of three hours, as the two screens are a major power hog.