ViewSonic’s ViewPad 7 and 10 lands in US

ViewSonic’s Android-based ViewPad 7 and ViewPad 10 tablets will hit the United States stores, first the 7-inch version late this year for $479, while the 10-inch model will arrive in Q1 of 2011 for $629.

The 7-inch ViewPad has (800 x 480) capacitive touchscreen, runs Android 2.2 ViewPad 7, powered by 600 MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 processor, 512 MB of RAM, a G-sensor, 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth, 3G, GPS, microSD slot, two buld-in cameras – a 0.3 megapixel  webcam in the front and a a 3-megapixel, auto focus camera in the rear,also a mini USB ports and a battery that enabling up to 10 hours. of operation.

ViewSonic ViewPad7 TabletThe other one -ViewPad 10 packs 10.1-inch LED backlit (1024 x 600) capacitive touchscreen display and is powered by Intel Atom 1.66GHz processor. It comes pre-loaded with both Windows 7 Home Premium and Android 1.6, equipped with 1GB of memory, 16GB SSD hard drive and expandable micro SD slot. Includes also a G-sensor, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, a 1.3 megapixel webcam with built-in microphone and a 3200 mAh battery.

ViewSonic ViewPad10 Tablet

The ViewPad 10 with dual-boot OS will be available in Q1 2011 for an ESP of $629.

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