ViewSonic ViewPad Details

    At the IFA exhibition in Berlin, the guys from Engadget were able to “touch” two new tablets from ViewSonic .

    ViewPad 7


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    The tablet has a completely plastic case, which is painted on the sides in a metallic color, creating the illusion of a more expensive device.
    In fact, this device is nothing more than an OlivePad developed in India and introduced much earlier, ViewSonic now has exclusive rights to this tablet in Europe.
    ViewPad 7 will go on sale in the next couple of months.
    Expected price - $ 543.

    Earlier, I published details about this tablet, but let me repeat myself.

    Specifications:

    Google Android 2.2 with support for the Android Market
    600MHz Snapdragon ARM CPU
    512MB of internal memory paired with 512 ROM
    Capacitive touch screen 7 "with multi-touch
    Resolution 800 x 480 pixels
    Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G and a GPS receiver.
    Front camera 0.3 Mp (VGA) for video conferencing
    3MP rear camera
    slot for microSD memory cards
    Full size SIM card slot
    Accelerometer
    Possibility to connect USB devices

    The tablet works quite fast, despite the 600Mhz processor. You can
    watch the device in action in the following video:




    ViewPad 10


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    The company has not yet exactly decided on the name of the device, currently names are possible: ViewPad 10 \ 100 \ 10i .
    First of all, the model is interesting in that it supports two operating systems at once: Google Android and Microsoft Windows 7 .
    In Europe, the tablet will be released at the end of this year, and the price of new items will be just over $ 600 .

    Specifications:

    Google Android 1.6 and Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit
    Intel Atom N455 1.66Ghz
    1Gb DDR3 RAM
    16GB / 32GB SSD
    Intel GMA 3150 graphics
    10 "capacitive touchscreen with multi-touch
    Resolution 1024 x 600 pixels
    Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G also a GPS receiver
    1.3 MP front-facing camera for video conferencing
    microSD card slot
    Accelerometer
    2 USB ports
    miniVGA connector You can

    watch the device in action in the following video:



    Comparison of both devices:
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