ViewSonic has outed a pair of new displays, the TD2220 multitouch monitor and the TDi2340 universal display, the latter capable of providing extra screen-space for your tablet via an impromptu WiFi connection. The TD2220 is a 22-inch LCD supporting two-finger multitouch, with 360-degree rotation and integrated 2W speakers.
ViewSonic has unveiled a pair of new 10-inch tablets, along with a smartphone, at CES today, including a dual-boot Android and Windows model along with dual-SIM support. The ViewSonic ViewPad 10pi runs both Windows 7 and Android 2.3 on an Intel Oak Trail Z670 processor, serving both OSes up on a 1280 x 800 IPS touchscreen.
ViewSonic has announced a new Ice Cream Sandwich tablet, the ViewPad E70, a 7-inch budget slate running Android 4.0 on a 1GHz processor. Packing 4GB of storage - plus a microSD card slot - and an HDMI output, the ViewPad E70 also has a front-facing camera and WiFi connectivity.
Viewsonic has been around for a long time making all sorts of display products from LCDs and TVs to projectors and more. The company has a new LCD for the computer user that it has announced that offers 3D technology. Rather than having, to use expensive and bulky active technology glasses. The screen measures in at 23-inches wide.
While this isn't the first time we've seen the tablet named ViewSonic ViewPad 7e, this is the first time we've gotten an official announcement on how we'll be able to grab hold of it here in the USA. This device has an "E" at the end of it because it is indeed the Entry-level tablet offered by ViewSonic. What you'll get is Android 2.3 Gingerbread with a unique interface over the top of it designed by the folks who made SPB Shell 3D. You'll be running this and a 1GHz single-core processor on a 7-inch display with 800 x 600 pixel resolution. Look like the inexpensive tab for you?
It appears that ViewSonic will once again be trying their luck with an inexpensively constructed tablet, this time in the 9.7-inch single-core Android 2.3 Gingerbread 10E. Thus far ViewSonic has been tossing tablets out like their candy inside 2011, with the ViewPad 7x, 10pro, and 7e. Each of these tablets has either been 7-inches and running Gingerbread or 10-inches and running Windows 7 with Android virtualized inside. What we've got here is ViewSonic's first 9.7-inch Android-only tablet boasting, amongst other things, a 9.1mm thinness. Could it compete with the massive tablet market in the mix today, or would it require nothing less than a fantastically low price to blast this tablet into the market?
Viewsonic has added a new LCD for computer users to its already large lineup. The new screen is called the VX2451mhp-LED. The main feature of the screen is its super thin profile and the LED backlighting. LED backlighting is common in displays and TVs today. The screen has 4:3 aspect ratio adjustment that lets it show both formats on the screen.
What you're about to see is a video that actually contains a bit of hands-on time with three tablets, the ViewSonic ViewPad being the only one of the bunch we'd not yet gotten to see in-person before. The initial international launch of the tablet trio ViewSonic ViewPad 7X, 10pro, and 7E took place on the first of September, and this look at the set comes right beside the display-intensive company's announcement of a release here in the USA. This isn't the first time we've come across the 10pro for certain, the idea that a Windows 7 tablet would be able to also run Android being a rather enticing value proposition for developers. Have a look at what it's all about and see if it's the tablet for your dual-OS future.
Viewsonic has abandoned plans to integrate Boxee's media software with its HDTVs. The company first announced the partnership back at CES where it showed off a prototype of the Boxee-powered TV. However, something seemed amiss when the company failed to deliver on their promised early Q2 launch date and now it's confirmed that the project has been axed.
Viewsonic's budget-friendly ViewPad 7e Android tablet has surfaced on Amazon for $199.99. We got to spend some hands-on time with the tablet when it first debuted last week at IFA 2011 and seems like a good entry-level device for bargain shoppers. However, it's only available for pre-orders at the moment without an estimated shipping date.