ViewSonic will show off its new 10-inch Tablet on Computex in Taiwan this year. The tablet will able to run dual-boot, Android and Windows.
This tablet will come equipped with Android 2.2 Froyo and Windows 7 operating System.
ViewSonic announced that the tablet will cost about $699-$799. The company want to make its users feels comfortable and have more options. They can use Windows when they’re in work activities, as we know Windows provide significant number of business applications, and when they feel bored, they can start to launch the Android Froyo OS. They can relax and feel fun. This ViewPad tablet will support Flash Player.
“This tablet, powerful in both hardware and software, is ideal for users who wish to have a combination of entertainment and professional needs,” explained ViewSonic representative Alan Chang, according to TG Daily. “It allows for an instantaneous switch between the two OSes without turning off the tablet – Android for simple tasks such as Web browsing and Windows 7 for business applications,” he added.
The ViewPad tablet will running Windows while virtualization software will allow for Android to be used with Windows. So, it’s not a dual-boot. It’s just like Virtual PC inside the Windows tablet (maybe you ever heard the virtualbox software which allow you to run double-OS in one PC right?).
The tablet powered by Intel’s Oak Trail Z670 1.5GHz processor, 32GB internal memory, 3G and 4-hours battery life.
According to Intel, the new Atom Z670 chip will give longer and better battery life for tablet. Intel also claimed that there are 35 new tablet will powered the new Z670, we should watch them at Computex in Taiwan.
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