ViewSonic readies dual-OS ViewPad 10pro tablet

Matthew

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Unveiled earlier this year, ViewSonic is finally gearing up to launch its ViewPad 10pro with a release window of late August through mid-September. In a day of iPad clones, it's…

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After buying the G-Tab, I will never buy another Viewsonic product again. The G-Tab is a great tab that will forever be stuck at Android 2.2 unless you decide to void your warranty and modify the tablet. I was very disappointed with the poor attitude Viewsonic had towards their product.
 

lawfer

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Guest said:
After buying the G-Tab, I will never buy another Viewsonic product again. The G-Tab is a great tab that will forever be stuck at Android 2.2 unless you decide to void your warranty and modify the tablet. I was very disappointed with the poor attitude Viewsonic had towards their product.
Add to that also the amount they charge for these products. Why would I pay the same to this company, instead of getting iPad which I know Apple will support and improve? (Although I'm not particularly fond of them releasing a tablet every 6 months.)
 

Arris

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Yay, dual OS tab... great for all those casual users who want something to check their mail, read web comics and play browser based games. Those users will really benefit from the versatility of a dual OS device!
 

mados123

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I don't think essentially running a Virtual Machine of Google's mobile OS on top of Windows is going to help the battery life much. I also hope it doesn't draw too much from the memory resources.