May 20 2010

MSI Introduces the Idea of a SketchBook Netbook/Tablet

Do you like drawing but hate wasting countless pieces of paper for your sketches?  MSI may have a solution for you.

The company has recently released the concept of their Sketchbook netbook/tablet to the public.  This device is essentially a netbook as well as a tablet that allows users to draw on an enlarged trackpad using a stylus. The MSI netbook/tablet combo features a standard QWERTY keyboard, which can be flipped over to expose an enlarged trackpad space.  It might still be unclear how this all works, but here’s a picture for further clarification.

MSI has not yet announced tech specs, launch information, or pricing for this device but there are rumors that it will be formally unveiled at the Computex convention next month.  In the meanwhile, we’ll keep you posted if we hear anything.

Via Electronista.

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