ViewSonic ViewPad 10 Launch [Video]

Our sister site Slashgear has recently gotten some hands-on time with the ViewSonic’s ViewPad 10. The ViewPad 10 is the bigger, dual-booting brother of the Android Viewpad 7. The ViewPad 10 can run either Android OS or Windows 7. The ViewPad 10 has a Intel 1.66GHz Atom N455 processor with 1GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD. The display measures 1024 x 600 and features multi-touch gestures. This slate also comes built with WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth, two USB 2.0 ports, a headphone socket and a 1.3-megapixel camera, together with a microSD card reader.

Pre-orders for Viewsonic Viewpad 7 open in UK

Viewsonic's Viewpad 7 tablet has gone up for preorder in the UK, priced at £399.99 ($634) with deliveries expected to kick off on November 15.  Currently only Misco is accepting preorders, but Maplin, Scan and Expansys are all expected to offer the 7-inch Android slate as well. That's a fair chunk less than for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and is likely to slip down a little more as competition for preorders takes off.  Check out more on the Viewpad 7 in our hands-on report from IFA 2010. [vms c05c16873b05ec425cba] [via Carrypad]

ViewSonic ViewPad 100 For You Android Dual-Boot Lovers

ViewSonic is working on a tablet that isn't ready for primetime that dual-boots the Android OS, along with Windows 7. This is a 10 inch device (1024x600) that has 2 point finger multi-touch, and is running an Atom N455 processor paired with 1GB of DDR3 memory. This is basically a netbook replacement that has lost its hardware keyboard.

ViewSonic ViewPad 7 hands-on [Video]

Just the other day we heard the announcement of the ViewSonic ViewPad 7 and we were really anxious to get our hands on it. Low and behold, we ran across it at IFA-2010. We must say, for a 7 inch 2.2 Android tablet that is said to cost £350 ($539) with 3G and Wi-Fi data access, this tablet looks very compelling when compared to its direct rival the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

ViewSonic Viewpad 7 Officially Announced

Yes, it is another Android tablet announced. This time it is ViewSonic, with another in the 7 inch category. The tablet has phone functionality with it's built in GSM/3G modem, but we are pretty sure that we do not want to hold a 7 inch slate up to our head. Surely, this is in direct competition with the Galaxy Tab and the iPad, not the phone market.

Viewsonic Plans for Android 2.2 Tablet

Viewsonic, for the time being, is known pretty much predominantly for their monitors. And there's nothing wrong with that at all. But, it looks like they're ready to broaden their horizons, because they've just unveiled plans to launch an Android-based tablet some time in the future. And, shockingly enough, it's not just another run-of-the-mill tablet, either. It's actually coming with updated software!
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