CES 2012 might be done and over with, but the dust from the enormity of the event has yet to settle down fully. With tablets once again being one of the more notable gadget niche to be paraded and flaunted on the showfloor, Viewsonic, a company that is more often than not associated with value-for-money TVs and monitors might eventually branch out to this market as well. Viewsonic’s VP of Business Development Mike Holstein did share with the Techcrunch crew at the recently concluded CES on what Viewsonic has up their sleeves – and they include Windows as well as Android-powered tablets. The Viewpad 10e and the Viewpad e70 will target the budget market, where the 10e comes with a 10″ IPS display, a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread, all for just $279 a pop.
Apart from that, the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered E70 is a 7″ device that will ship to your doorstep for a mere $169, featuring 4GB of internal memory and a single-core 1GHz processor. Not only that, there is also the Windows 7-powered Viewpad 10pi which occupies the high end tablet market based on its pricing alone – a whopping $849, and for that amount of money, you will get an Oak Trail processor, a 64GB SSD, and the ability to boot into Android just in case Windows does not rock your boat.
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