The WindPad 110 on the other hand is an Android slate powered by an Tegra 2 processor. Both the devices sport 10 inch capacitive touchscreens and have and Video out capability.
The WindPad 100 weighs incredibly light at just 1.7 pounds and will have 2GB of and a 32GB SSD for storage. The WindTouch UI layer is a basic skin on top of Windows that helps for quick access to common applications. It will also have two USB ports, HDMI and a webcam. The WindPad 100 is slated to hit the market later this year with a pricetag of $499.
The WindPad 110 on the other hand was much more mysterious in that there was no concrete info on its pricing or availability. The prototype tablet shown runs on stock Android 2.1 and unconfirmed information says it will be going on sale at $399 by the end of the year.