The whole Android tablet craze never quite took off the way Google fans hoped, but that hasn't stopped a number of OEMs from sticking with the idea. Samsung has remained steadfast with its tablet strategy, kicking out new devices every year to give users some of the best Android tablet experiences available. Today, the mid-range Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 that came to the United States earlier this year is on sale for up to $100 off at Amazon. Read More
Last week, we found out that Viewsonic would be rebranding and selling a 7" and 10" tablet; the 7" tablet would be Android while the 10" would dual-boot Android and Win7. Now Engadget has a hands-on preview of the 10" with additional details, and suffice it to say there are some ups and downs.
Bad news first, though: the tablet runs Android 1.6. The reason for this lies in the CPU used, but that doesn't make shipping a tablet with an OS that's over a year old suck any less. Also bad news: Engadget was rather unimpressed with the screen:
We weren't impressed with the quality of the display, or with the pixel density, but at least the capacitive touch seemed to be working fine...