Casio VX Tablet takes Ice Cream Sandwich to the shops
Casio is dabbling in the Android tablet market, but you won't see its products hitting the street anytime soon.
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Ready for yet another technology giant to reveal an Android tablet? Meet the Casio VX Tablet.
The 10-inch toughened tablet runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich and packs a battery that manages to last a whopping 12 hours.
Recombu reports the Android-powered VX will go on sale in the middle of the year. Casio has yet to confirm the price or whether it's named after the Marine-melting deadly gas in "The Rock" ("It's very, very horrible sir. It's one of those things we wish we could disinvent"). But we do know we won't be getting our hands on the VX: it's designed for use in shops.