ViewSonic unveils G Tablet With Android 2.2

ViewSonic has unveiled (at the NYC Pepcom event) yet another Android based tablet (after ViewPad 100).
The tablet unveiled is ViewSonic G Tablet.

But unlike the ViewPad 100, the G Tablet is not a dual-boot system. But good thing is — the G Tablet is said to be running the (current) latest and greatest — Android 2.2 Froyo. The tablet not only runs on Google's Android OS that's made for mobile devices, due to the x86 based processor (the Atom) it can also run Windows 7.


1) Powered by a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor
2) 10 inch capacitive multi-touch display, 1024 x 600 pixel resolution
3) 1GB of RAM
4) 16GB of storage
5) A microSD card slot(storage can expanded)
6) Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
7) Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
8) 3.5mm headphone jack
9) A 1.3 megapixel front camera or webcam with built in microphone
10) Mini HDMI, mini USB, a G-sensor, light sensor, a pair of 1W speakers
11) Ability to handle up to full 1080p HD video
12) 3500 mAh battery which offers up to 10-12 hours of run time.

Price: Although no sure word on price is available at present; some think the ViewSonic G Tablet will have a $529 price tag.

Launch: Again this is not the official word, but it is expected to arrive sometime in October.

Other tablets from ViewSonic -- MB-P702E PMP Ereader, the ViewPad 100 and the ViewPad 7. --------

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