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.
Tagged: ViewSonic Viewpad 10
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.
back in May running Android 2.2 so it's nice to see they've updated to Gingerbread. A dual-boot Win 7 and Honeycomb tablet would be amazing if you ask me, it's a shame we aren't seeing that but I'm sure its next on the list.
on the BlueStacks subject so you can fully understand the significance of this lovely situation.