Tablet ViewSonic ViewPad 10s 3G

Tablet ViewSonic ViewPad 10s 3G

Characteristics

General
Weight
730 g
Dimensions
78.5 mm , 275.5 mm , 14.5 mm
CPU
CPU frequency
Display
Screen type
LED BL panel, 1024х600, емкостный
Resolution
1024 x 600 px
Size (inches)
10
OS
Communications
Wi-Fi
802.11 b, 802.11 g
Bluetooth
2.1

Videos

Tablet ViewSonic Viewpad 10s - Android 4.1.1 Jellybean
Tablet ViewSonic Viewpad 10s - Android 4.1.1 Jellybean Viewpad 10s corriendo sin problemas Jellybean Primero: http://www.viewsoniceurope.com/es/support/qa/viewpad-10s-faqs494959/system-and-upgrade460937/viewpad10s-v1-11-software-upgrade.htm Y Por Ultimo: http://www.vujke.com/download/%5BROM%5D_JellyPad_v2.0.exe PT12M40S
ViewSonic ViewPad 10s - 10.1_ Android 2.2 Tablet
ViewSonic ViewPad 10s - 10.1_ Android 2.2 Tablet http://getfreetablet.info/ - go here to get NEW TABLET FOR FREE! Mixing a sluggish Windows tablet with an outdated Android one makes the Intel Atom-powered ViewSonic ViewPad 10 less than ideal for either OS. Windows tablets have finally started to show a little bit of life, with the recent Asus Eee Slate EP121 and even the Acer Iconia Tab W500 offering a vision for the future of tablet/PC hybrids. Standalone Windows slate-style tablets, however, have always fared less well (and we've been reviewing them for years before the iPad). The $599 ViewSonic ViewPad 10 attempts to position itself as a more useful tablet by including both Windows 7 and Android--a good idea, on paper at least. While the ViewPad 10 hardware has been out since late 2010, our interest was piqued by the recent upgrade from Android 1.6 to Android 2.2. It's still not the latest Honeycomb 3.0 version, which is a much better fit for tablets, but it at least makes the ViewPad a bit more usable (although Android fans may also be put off by the preinstalled third-party app store in place of the more popular Android Market). PT8M19S
ViewSonic ViewPad 10s - 10.1 Android 2.2 Tegra 2 Tablet
ViewSonic ViewPad 10s - 10.1 Android 2.2 Tegra 2 Tablet http://getfreetablet.info/ - go here to get NEW TABLET FOR FREE! Mixing a sluggish Windows tablet with an outdated Android one makes the Intel Atom-powered ViewSonic ViewPad 10 less than ideal for either OS. Windows tablets have finally started to show a little bit of life, with the recent Asus Eee Slate EP121 and even the Acer Iconia Tab W500 offering a vision for the future of tablet/PC hybrids. Standalone Windows slate-style tablets, however, have always fared less well (and we've been reviewing them for years before the iPad). The $599 ViewSonic ViewPad 10 attempts to position itself as a more useful tablet by including both Windows 7 and Android--a good idea, on paper at least. While the ViewPad 10 hardware has been out since late 2010, our interest was piqued by the recent upgrade from Android 1.6 to Android 2.2. It's still not the latest Honeycomb 3.0 version, which is a much better fit for tablets, but it at least makes the ViewPad a bit more usable (although Android fans may also be put off by the preinstalled third-party app store in place of the more popular Android Market). PT7M22S

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