MWC 2012 | Viewsonic reveals Viewpad G70 during MWC 2012
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ViewSonic recently announced the arrival of their latest Android tablet the ViewSonic ViewPad G70 at the Mobile World Congress. This tablet is powered by Google’s latest version of Android or the Ice Cream Sandwich.
The tablet sports a 7inch display and comes with 4GB storage. This model has bit similar specifications like its E70 which was released earlier at CES 2012 but has included some premium specification and with connectivity options which include 3G, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, mini HDMI, Micro-USB and also a mini-USB.
Along with all these enhanced specifications it has also enhanced the screen resolution to 1024x600 which is 800x480 in the E70. As these devices are Google certified their customers will be able to access and Android Market.
ViewSonic will also be releasing another Android 4.0 tablet which will be about 9.7inches and will be called as the ViewPad E100. This model will run on a 1GHz Cortex processor. Some of the specification included with this model are Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB and micro-SD support.
All these tablets are expected to be made available from June in UK. They have priced the ViewPad E70 tablet at £129, and the ViewPad G70 at £260 and the ViewPad E100 at £325 for the 3G version.