Viewsonic recently unveils the two different android devices, Viewpad 10S and Viewpad 4 but unusually both tablets are failed to impress the customers as these devices are not as per the expectations of customers. Both the devices have traditional ODM basic touch features with the operating system to fill the large screen.

Moreover, we are looking forward at CED 2011 and waiting badly for the next generations of these devices and hoping for the better recreation on them.

The primary agenda of Viewsonic was the new 10″ tablet – Viewpad with the usual features that we saw was just a sample product. But, the final product was much more impressive and more than expectations. It based on NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 and supported 3G with GPS modules, Multi Touch Capacitive touch screen and the complete system was running on Android 2.2.

We asked if it would run Honeycomb then in the answer, they added; if Viewsonic is capable to upgrade the first Android operating system tablet then it would. Later on, the Viewsonic added the soft buttons to the menu bar for Android 2.2.

Viewpad 10S tablet has 130 grams total weight and an HDMI output with microSD slot and support upto 32GB cards. By giving the HDMI Port, it means ViewPad10S is able to deliver the high resolution 1080 pixels HD DTS video to the external screen through the demonstrations. Viewsonic reveals the device with good features list such as docking stations; it has three USB slots beside an HDMI port.

With Viewpad 10S, Viewsonic reveals another smaller and smarter device; Viewpad 4 that is running on operating system Android 2.2 and in future can be upgraded to Android 2.3. You can also say this device as the pocket tablet as it has 4″ HD screen display with Qualcomm 1 GHz, Snapdragon 8225.

Till now, different companies launched different Android tablets and it is difficult to differentiate from other devices but, it has enough specifications and features that it can easily stand outside the crowd and make a particular place in the market as well.

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