ViewSonic to introduce 22-inch tablet monitor at Computex

ViewSonic to introduce 22-inch tablet monitor at Computex

Chances are that when you saw (or do see) the Galaxy Note for the very first time, your first thought is ” that’s a huge smartphone”. If the rumors are correct then soon it will be time to say “that’s a huge tablet!” ViewSonic recently released a teaser of its new upcoming Touch&Connect series of devices which includes a 22-inch smart business tablet monitor, and, according to the teaser shot above, it’s running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

What else is in the package is a new cloud computing solutions, high-end laser projectors and electronic billboards. ViewSonic will unveil all of this at Computex on June 5th. Right now, we don’t know what’s under the hood and what else is included, but one can hope that it might come with a quad-core processor from Nvidia, or might be running on Intel’s latest processor. Stay tuned with us because we will keep you up to date.

What are your thoughts about “Galaxy Note” of tablets, would you buy it? Tell us in the comment box below.

Source: Engadget

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