ViewSonic ViewPad 7 goes on sale for $600 on Amazon.com
Do you want an Android tablet with Froyo, a 600MHz ARM processor, and a 7-inch touchscreen? Well, we’ve got some good news for you. The ViewSonic ViewPad 7 has gone up for sale on Amazon, with a price tag of $600. It has a 7-inch, 800×480 resolution screen, rear- and front-facing cameras, 512MB of storage, and an SD card slot for some extra memory options. The ViewPad 7 is also equipped with the standard Android fare: GPS, WiFi, and Bluetooth.
What makes this so different from the Galaxy Tab? Two words: voice calls. That’s right, the ViewPad 7 has the ability to make voice calls out of the box. The Tmobile version of the Galaxy Tab was hacked to do this, but wouldn’t it be nicer if it was made to do such a simple task? You can pick up a ViewPad 7 of your own right now on Amazon for just $600, which really isn’t too bad. Anyone thinking about picking one of these bad boys up?
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