The new tablet’s name is ViewSonic ViewPad e70. Apart from having the latest Android OS, it’s really a low-end device. It features a 7 inch display with 800 x 480 pixels – a resolution lower than what we can find on the latest high-end HD Android smartphones, or on Apple’s iPhone 4 and 4S. Other features: 1GHz single core processor, rear and front-facing cameras, microHDMI, microSD card slot, and 4GB of internal memory.
According to Liliputing (which has a hands-on video – see it below the photos), the tablet won’t ship with Android Market, but it’s coming with Amazon Appstore, and the Kindle App.
The ViewSonic ViewPad e70 will be released in the following months (apparently before the end of March), and should cost just $169. Anyone excited about this?
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