ViewSonic Viewpad 10

Viewsonic ViewPad 10e tablet priced at $399 — Runs Gingerbread

We first mentioned the new ViewPad 10e back in October but since then it hasn't really seen any attention. This follow up to the original ViewPad 10 is geared for the entry level crowd -- hence the e in the title but the price doesn't look to budget friendly. Viewsonic isn't one of the major players in Android and with this new tablet, that wont be changing. The ViewPad 10e had recently been spotted on Amazon for an outrageous asking price of $399.

ViewSonic ViewPad 10e has a 10-inch IPS screen to show off Gingerbread

In its latest entry into the tablet market, ViewSonic seems to be doing everything right. The ViewPad 10e (an update to the previous model) has a 9.7-inch, 1024 x 768 IPS display that should please just about everybody, a 1GHz processor, ample expansion jacks including HDMI, MicroSD and a standard MicroUSB port. It's got a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera for video chat, and if ViewSonic's previous Android tablets are anything to go by, the Wi-Fi slate should be priced to move as well.

Woot! offers Viewsonic gTablet 10.1-inch tablet for $269.99

If you are a fan of Woot! or just a person looking for a new Android tablet on the cheap, Woot! has a very good deal for you. The company is offering a special buy on the Viewsonic gTablet 10.1-inch tablet for $269.99. The tablet will ship for an extra $5. When the tablet first hit stores, it had a bit of a hard time despite the nice specs for the device. It was actually pulled from the shelves in Staples locations with the reason cited as a poor user experience.

ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pro Runs BlueStacks [Android Virtualization]

Well what do you know, it appears that ViewSonic has beaten Dell to the punch and will be the first Windows 7 tablet manufacturer to run BlueStacks on a tablet. What the heck is BlueStacks, you might ask? Why, it's Android on Windows PCs! What it essentially represents is a virtualization of Android on whatever Windows machine you happen to have BlueStacks running on. Before we continue here, have a look at the article we've got up on the BlueStacks subject so you can fully understand the significance of this lovely situation.

Viewsonic ViewPad 10 Android / Windows / Mac OS X Tablet?

No way. Not even pretending to be possible. Not out of the box anyway. The origin of the title of this post comes directly from our pals over at TUAW, that Apple blog, where they've identified a rather large mistake in the press materials sent out by Viewsonic today with the ViewPad 10. The application you see here, on the tablet shown in the release for the ViewPad 10, is PowerPoint for Mac. This isn't the first time this sort of thing has happened with press materials and it isn't the last, but since this tablet already runs Android and Windows, heck, why not another?

ViewSonic ViewPad 10 Dual-Boot Android / Windows 7 Tablet Available Today

Behold the ViewSonic ViewPad 10 dual-boot tablet that allows you to work in either Android 1.6 (weird!) or Windows 7 on demand. This device runs a 10-inch 1024 x 600-pixel touchscreen display, 1.66GHz Intel Atom processor, has a total of 2GB of memory, connects via Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and has a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera for video chat. The odd thing about this device (if all those specs weren't enough) is that we were introduced to a very similar tablet by the name of ViewPad 10 Pro, one that ran Android 2.2 Froyo, at Mobile World Congress 2011.