ViewSonic has introduced the SonicSmart VSD241, which is a 24-inch display that is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Basically, this is touted as being an all-in-one smart display. The VSD241 sports a 1920 x 1080 resolution and in addition to Jelly Bean, the display will have access to the Google Play Store.
ViewSonic has been producing mid-range tablets with fairly decent specs for a long time now. Last we heard from the manufacturer was at CES early this year, with their Tegra 3-powered 24-inch "tablet" display. Now ViewSonic has unveiled another tablet, although in a more portable size.
ViewSonic was here at CES 2013 showing off a rather unique Android device. Their VSD240 is a Tegra-touting "tablet" that they are currently calling a ViewSonic Smart Display. Read on for more details on this 24-inch quad-core display running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean after the break.
ViewSonic wants to shake things up in the "tablet" market, although I'd hardly call this specific device announcement a tablet. Apparently they want to start producing some huge 22-inch Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet-like devices and will be showing them off at Computex. That isn't all we can expect from ViewSonic this year either apparently.
a trio of new smartphones, one of which is the rather temptingly titled ViewPhone 4S. As you might have guessed, it's got more in common with a certain Cupertino phone than a similar name. We took a gander at ViewSonic's MWC booth to see if it could match the goose.
dual-SIM architecture that allows a phone to connect to multiple networks and use two separate phone numbers at a time. All three are probably headed to MWC in just three short days. ViewSonic hasn't had the best of luck breaking in to the smartphone game, and they have a habit of revealing concept hardware and never putting it into mass production, so who knows when or if they'll become available.
CostCentral is the first we've heard of it. Based on the title we can conclude that it's a 7-incher that uses a gigabyte of RAM, just 4GB of internal storage, some kind of 3G wireless radio, two cameras and - wait for it - Android 4.0.
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.
hands-on time with it back at IFA this year. Today Viewsonic has announced that it will officially hit the shelves this month so you should be able to snag one up any day now for just $199, more details below.