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Viliv X7 & X10 Android tablets and X70 Windows 7 slate due at CES 2011

Viliv X7 & X10 Android tablets and X70 Windows 7 slate due at CES 2011

Viliv has joined the crowd of companies promising tablets for CES 2011 next month, with both Android and Windows 7 models promised. The Viliv X7 Android Tablet and X10 Android Tablet are billed as offering "anywhere connectivity" (suggesting 3G or perhaps even 4G wireless) and the "longest battery life" respectively, with the X7 presumably having a 7-inch display while the X10 has a confirmed 10.2-inch display.

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CES 2009: Viliv S5, S7 and X70 Atom MIDs

CES 2009: Viliv S5, S7 and X70 Atom MIDs

Some of the most anticipated devices at CES have been Yukyung's Viliv range of PMPs, UMPCs and MIDs.  The company has three models on show this week, the S5 "Entertainment" MID, the X70 Atom "Communication" MID, and the S7 "Productivity" MID.  The S7, shown here, has a 7-inch WSVGA convertible display, full QWERTY keyboard and either 16GB SSD or 60GB hard-drive.

Gallery of the other Viliv models after the cut, together with hands-on first impressions

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Viliv Announces X7 and X10 Android Tablets: Hands On

Viliv Announces X7 and X10 Android Tablets: Hands On

The viliv X series tablets have been announced at this year's CES 2011. They support full HD displays that make viewing movies a much more pleasurable experience. Unsure of where these tablets will land, viliv tablets are completely open to either WiMAX, 3g HSPA, or the EVDO networks. Viliv is trying to work with Sprint to become their carrier for the X7 tablet.

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Viliv Media Tablet Phone could be 3G-enabled P3 PMP

Viliv Media Tablet Phone could be 3G-enabled P3 PMP

Viliv's CES 2011 plans were previewed yesterday, with the company's X7 and X10 Android tablets and X70 Windows 7 slate all mentioned, but it turns out that there's a fourth device on the cards which could be even more interesting. Pocketables spotted a Viliv "Media Tablet Phone" mentioned in the invite email but not in any of the press shots, suggesting the company is looking to make an even smaller MID.

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