To accompany the ViewPad E70, the ViewSonic ViewPad 10pi and ViewPad 10e tablets and ViewPhone 3 handset, have been unveiled by the company. Amongst these, the first two gadgets host 10-inch form factors, whilst the latter is the manufacturer’s first dual SIM smartphone for Latin America.
Capable of delivering approximately 200 hours of standby time, the ViewPad 10e flaunts a 10-inch multi-viewing IPS display. Powering this tablet is the Android 2.3 OS and a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor. To provide users with an enhanced visual experience, the company has coated the Gingerbread platform with its custom ViewScene 3D UI that sports an intuitive design.
Next up on the release list is the ViewPad 10pi tablet that houses dual OS capabilities by employing Android Gingerbread as well as the Windows 7 Professional platform under a single roof. Fueled by Intel’s Oak Trail z670 processor, this device is bundled with an IPS display panel that portrays a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. And for convenience in navigation, the ViewScene UI is backed by Thinix Touch technology.
“2011 was a strong year for our mobile product family, as we debuted new tablets to fit various budgets and audiences. We’re hitting the New Year strong with the introduction of new tablet innovations and our first Latin America smartphone,” commented Jeff Volpe, president for ViewSonic Americas.
Being the company’s first dual SIM smartphone to venture into Latin America, the ViewPhone 3 comes holding compatibility with GSM, EDGE and HSDPA networks that are available across the country. It also has a 3.5-inch capacitive touch display, an 800MHz ARM processor and the Android 2.3 OS in its offerings.
The ViewPad 10e price reads at $299 and it will be available later this month in North America and Latin America, whereas the ViewPad 10pi price in the U.S. amounts to $849. Lastly, the ViewPhone 3 price stands at $279 and it is slated for a late Q1 release.