ViewSonic ViewPad 4

At CES 2011, ViewSonic shows off its ViewPad 4 "tablet," which for all intent and purposes is an Android 2.2 smartphone. The device is due out in June 2011, priced between $500-$600, unsubsidized.
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ViewSonic ViewPad 4

The left edge of the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 includes a power button/screen lock (left) and a microphone (right).
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The bottom edge of the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 offers two ports: mini HDMI (left) and microUSB (right). In this photo you can also get a sense of the product's blocky, somewhat thick design.
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Here on the right side of the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 you can see the volume rocker (right) and the second of the two stereo microphones (left).
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The back of the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 includes a 5MP camera, capable of recording 1080p video.
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Here's a more encompassing shot of the entire back of the ViewSonic ViewPad 4.
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ViewSonic ViewPad 4

The 4.1-inch display on the front of the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 offers an 800x480 resolution. Standard buttons for Android navigation are featured across the bottom of the screen.
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The ViewSonic ViewPad 4 includes a headphone jack up top.
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