ViewSonic has a budget Ice Cream Sandwich tab in the pipeline, plus more costly slates and dual-SIM Android phones.
In the wake of Asus' $250 quad core tablet announcement, even a $280 10-inch tablet is too expensive.
ViewSonic's ViewPad 10e is a budget Android tablet whose pretty impressive screen tech should see it rise above the competition.
ViewSonic's new 7-inch Android Honeycomb tablet features a dual-core Tegra 2 processor and multimedia features, making it infinitely superior to its dismal predecessors.
Mixing a sluggish Windows tablet with an outdated Android one makes the Intel Atom-powered ViewSonic ViewPad 10 less than ideal for either OS.
Free Android tablet? Don't mind if we do. ViewSonic's new initiative is looking to get people playing with its ViewPad 7 slate, promising a full refund if they're not impressed.
ViewSonic adds to its growing stable of ViewPads with this 4.1-inch device.
The ViewSonic ViewPad 4 has full phone functionality, runs Android Gingerbread and has a 4.1-inch touchscreen, but we're told this little device is actually a tablet. Confused?
ViewSonic insists on calling it a tablet, but let's be real, the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 is an Android smartphone through and through.
Take a closer look at the ViewSonic ViewPad 4, an Android smartphone with a 4.1-inch screen.