It looks like Viewsonic has finally unleashed the ViewPad 7 and ViewPad 10 tablets on the Indian market after keeping us on pins and needles for the last month since they were announced in November globally. The 7-inch version is a fully wireless tablet that is 17.9cm x 11cm in size and weighs in at 375g. It's 3G enabled (SIM card) and runs Google Android 2.2 (the 10-inch runs Android 1.6, which is just ridiculous) and has extensive Office support.
Just to reiterate, the ViewPad 7 has its own graphics chipset, a high-quality interface and built-in dual stereo speakers which gives it an edge when it comes to entertainment and comes with Aldiko's eBook reader built-in. Both devices have dual webcams with 3 megapixel AF cameras standard for the primary Only the ViewPad 7 can receive commands through voice recognition because it runs Froyo. Both devices also come with GPS/AGPS support for Google Maps.
The 10-inch model is powered with an Intel 1.66GHz processor and comes with an integrated memory of 1GB and a 16GB SSD HDD. You can choose to run it on either Android 1.6 or Windows 7 OS for VPN. It's always great when you're given a choice. It even features a low battery consumption setting.
Both devices have an uncanny resemblance to the OlivePad so naturally we're thinking the OEM is the same and Viewsonic has just taken things up a notch.
Published Date: Dec 08, 2010 10:28 pm | Updated Date: Dec 08, 2010 10:28 pm