Viewpad 7 Forums Added
Life is more enjoyable when it has variety. Same can be said about certain mobile devices and with this concept in mind, it looks like the good guys over at Viewsonic decided to release a new incarnation of their already popular Viewpad 7, but this time, it comes loaded with Honeycomb on it. The unit comes with loaded with a dual core Tegra processor of 1 GHz, which is pretty standard so far for mostly every tab coming out. Also, the mandatory 1 GB of RAM as well as a 5 MP camera are included in the little big monster. The 7 inch screen will certainly not be a match for the competitors of its older sibbling, but it will certainly give smaller screened devices a run for their money. All in all, HTC Flyer, watch out!
The device is brand new and there are approximately 10 different variants of it, some including 3G, others including larger storage, as well as a few other not-so-obvious differences. Please let us know if you have one and if you have gotten anything interesting out of it like an apk or animated wallpapers.
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