The last time we saw something ‘Android’ from HP, it was back in May when they officially unveiled the HP SlateBook x2, a dual-OS device running on Windows 8 and
We gave you a little information a few days ago that ViewSonic will be launching a new Android machine at Computex 2012. Today is the day and they’ve introduced the
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
Last year, ViewSonic introduced a lot of decent tablets, like the ViewPad 7e, ViewPad 7X and ViewPad 730. It looks like Viewsonic is ready to rock in 2012, as our friends
Two months ago Viewsonic officially announced the ViewPad 7x, a dual-core Android tablet featuring an amazing and attractive design. We also told you that Viewsonic would launch an affordable 7-inch
ViewSonic are finally ready to deliver their ViewPads to the public after announcing availability at IFA. First there’s the ViewPad
ViewSonic has expanded their Android offerings this morning with the announcement of a lower-cost tablet called the ViewBook 730. Dropping later this month, the 7-inch tablet runs Android 2.2 and
The 10-inch tablet features both Windows and Android environments, but carries a terribly high price tag.
It seems that rumors of Android 2.4 are back, but in a different form than we’d heard before. Rather than 2.4 as the next named release, Ice Cream Sandwich, word
According to two people who work for the company, ViewSonic Corp. is expected to introduce a phone-tablet computer hybrid that can support next-generation wireless connections at an electronics industry trade
ViewSonic announced the “world’s first” dual-boot Android/ Windows 7 tablet earlier today at IFA 2010. The Android side of things is 1.6 which might turn away tech savvy early adopters, but the rest of the tablet sounds good on paper.
The picture is getting clearer around Viewsonic’s 7-inch tablet, the ViewPad 7. Recently, the tablet has been confirmed to feature front and rear-facing cameras, a 3.5mm headphone jack, mini USB,
Viewsonic, a company which is better known for its monitors, projectors, and computer accessories is rumored to be launching a 7 inch tablet running Android 2.2 (Froyo) this Fall. Mmmm!
The number of Android-based tablets and internet devices seems to be keeping pace with handsets.Â It feels like every time we turn around, we’re talking about a new MID or