Google IO may have seen its fair share of new devices, but it's not the only new Android hardware due this month. Viewsonic is apparently readying a new Honeycomb tablet, the Viewsonic 7x, and according to Pocket-lint it slots in at the smaller end of the spectrum with a 7-inch display.
Inside there's NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 processor paired with HSPA+ connectivity, an HDMI output and twin cameras: one up front for video calls, and one on the back for photography. We've spied what looks to be a rear LED flash in the patterned back panel, too.
DLNA and a 380g weight round out the key specs, and according to the sources the Viewsonic 7x will slot in above - but not replace - the existing Viewsonic 7. It'll get its official launch at Computex 2011 at the end of May, and then arrive on store shelves shortly after, in June; no confirmed pricing at this stage.
[via Android Community]