ViewSonic has just introduced its Android-powered VTablet 101 yesterday, where you will find a rather speedy 1Ghz ARM A9 SMP processor within alongside a NVIDIA Tegra T20 chipset which ought to provide more than sufficient graphical firepower wherever you are. In addition, the VTablet 101 will also come with an 8.9″ display at 1,024 × 800 resolution coupled with a front camera, 4GB of internal flash memory, 3D graphics capability, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity as well as 3G support. While it will retail for $440 thereabouts after conversion, there is no mention of the VTablet 101 hitting the US market. Hmm, ebook readers and tablets are walking an extremely tight line where their functions tend to blur with one another as more players enter the market.
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