Viliv to unveil new tablets at CES 2011
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Major hardware manufacturers have been in the news lately for the rumors related to many of their to-be released products at the CES 2011 event. Well this is different, Korea-based Viliv, a relatively new contender in the tablet arena, has gone ahead with announcing their plans about the launches that will take place from their stable in the CES 2011 event to be held in Las Vegas.
Viliv has announced that it will be taking the wraps off two Android-based tablets, namely the X7 and X10, and one Windows-based tablet-the X70. The Android-based X7 and X10 would sport 7 and 10-inch displays respectively, as the names suggest. It has previously been reported on Liliputing that the X10 would have a 1366×768 pixel resolution. Viliv has also announced that the X7 would have ‘anywhere connectivity’, thus suggesting that the ultraportable might very well have a built-in 3G or, or who knows, 4G module, although it is just an assumption as Viliv has not announced anything on this aspect officially. Also, there is no mention of the version of the Android OS that the tablets would be using.
Talking of the X70, the tablet will come with the Windows 7 OS pre-installed and is touted to be the lightest, slimmest Windows 7 tablet in the world. Not much is known about this tablet but the current generation Windows-based X70EX tablet weighs 1.5 pounds and is 0.8-inch thick. So we can surely expect the upcoming model to be even lighter. We will keep you posted on this.