Berlin – Showstoppers Event 2011 International IFA, 1st Sept 2011 – ViewSonic Europe will be previewing its new range of products during the Showstoppers event 1st Sept 2011 at IFA, as well as announcing some future products.
ViewSonic continues strategy of delivering a range of tablets
ViewPad 7x – ViewSonic launches the ViewPad 7x. The 7” tablet comes with Android Honeycomb 3.2 and utilises a stylish design, using injection moulding techniques that moves away from conventional tablet covers and delivers lightweight yet durable casing. The attention to detail continues throughout the product, with ViewSonic’s customised ViewScene 3D user interface and incredibly powerful NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor. The integrated GPS works perfectly with the pre-installed GPS Tuner software that can allow maps to be saved locally so the device always knows where it is even without a data connection. Sporting a 1024 x 600 10-point multi-touch capacitive display the ViewPad 7x is an amazing mobile entertainment device with front and back cameras, 8GB memory and host of multimedia features.
The ViewPad 7x will also be bundled with a host of applications including a free full version of the award winning LogMein Ignition software that enables the user to control their home PC via their ViewPad. This powerful software allows users to perform tasks as if they were local including access to files and applications. The ViewPad 7x will be available late September for an ESP of €349.
ViewSonic V350 Dual SIM Android Phone
The widely anticipated V350 will be available to preview as a last chance to see before it hits the market. ViewSonic’s V350 dual SIM Smartphone features the ability to operate two SIM cards, running android 2.2 with no network limitations.
The V350 is also Google market certified with access to over 200,000 applications, access to Google Maps, Mail and other essential applications. With full 3G/ WIFI wireless networking support, a 5 mega pixel camera and GPS, the V350 runs a 600MHZ Qualcomm MSM7227 processor that when combined with the ViewScene 3D UI makes a truly impressive experience.
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