Not everybody might want to have to make the decision of whether to run Windows 7 or Google’s Android OS when purchasing a device and the upcoming ViewSonic tablet might be a device that would satisfy folks from both camps. Word is that ViewSonic is planning to release a 10-inch tablet device that sports an Intel-based chipset that will allow users to dual-boot Windows and Android. Aside from that, the company is also reportedly busy working on a 7-inch Android tablet that sports 3G, Wi-Fi, an accelerometer, USB port, Bluetooth, and A-GPS. With the market already being flooded with tablet devices, let’s see what ViewSonic will be able to come up with that will differentiate itself from the crowd.
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