Mixing a sluggish Windows tablet with an outdated Android one makes the Intel Atom-powered ViewSonic ViewPad 10 less than ideal for either OS.
The ViewPad 7 offers a solid platform for Android 2.2, but it comes off as an oversize, overpriced smartphone--not a Netbook alternative.
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.
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.
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 adds to its growing stable of ViewPads with this 4.1-inch device.
ViewSonic insists on calling it a tablet, but let's be real, the ViewSonic ViewPad 4 is an Android smartphone through and through.