Feeling burned by that Viewsonic gTablet you bought at Staples despite our review's best efforts to warn you? Perhaps if it was called the Viewpad 10s you'd feel better about the fact that the 10.1" inch screen is fronting a mere 1024x600 set of pixels. Or perhaps our look at the 7-inch version at IFA wasn't enough and you'd like another peek at that running Android 2.2. Or maybe you'd like to see how the dual-booting Windows 7 / Android 1.6 Viewpad 10 (nee Viewpad 100) has progressed in the past few months.

We can tell that you want all of these things. Heck, you probably want to know that there's also a 4" version floating around at CES that we may try to track down later. We're comfortable with Viewsonic pushing out lower-end tablets and we want you to be too, so go on and watch some videos and photos of Viewpads after the break

 
 
There are 9 comments

mhmmdy123 says:

Mr. Dieter can you find when Samsung will release the update for them GALAXY S Phone in the USA?

Ill wait for the htc tablet, so i can use it as a bullet proof vest...

tippmann says:

Yea I want to wait for the hTc Scribe to come out !!!

Jonneh says:

Hahaha, and the award for the greatest Android Central blog post title goes to .... Dieter Bohn! Congratulations! :)

crxssi says:

Crappola!!

jasco13 says:

I don't know why everyone has to be so down on th g tablet. Got mine for 330 using my discount through work. Spent about 30 minutes to install a custom rom from xda and this thing is awesome. Dont think there will be a better value out there anytime soon.

spectre1971 says:

I'm with jasco, paid $350 customer ROM and it is great. No problems running flash, movies has full market(wink wink) etc

johnkapp#AC says:

There are a lot of Gtab users who, thanks to the contributors at XDA-Developers, have been enjoying a powerful, fast Android tablet for several months. The people that returned the Gtabs were looking for iPads. They were looking for consumer electronics. The Android experience is much more rich, but you have to want more than the typical Apple Kool-Aid.

johnkapp#AC says:

There are a lot of Gtab users who, thanks to the contributors at XDA-Developers, have been enjoying a powerful, fast Android tablet for several months. The people that returned the Gtabs were looking for iPads. They were looking for consumer electronics. The Android experience is much more rich, but you have to want more than the typical Apple Kool-Aid.