It looks like Viewsonic has finally unleashed the ViewPad 7 and ViewPad 10 tablets on the Indian market after keeping us on pins and needles for the last month since they were announced in November globally. The 7-inch version is a fully wireless tablet that is 17.9cm x 11cm in size and weighs in at 375g. It's 3G enabled (SIM card) and runs Google Android 2.2 (the 10-inch runs Android 1.6, which is just ridiculous) and has extensive Office support.

The ViewPad 7

Just to reiterate, the ViewPad 7 has its own graphics chipset, a high-quality interface and built-in dual stereo speakers which gives it an edge when it comes to entertainment and comes with Aldiko's eBook reader built-in. Both devices have dual webcams with 3 megapixel AF cameras standard for the primary Only the ViewPad 7 can receive commands through voice recognition because it runs Froyo. Both devices also come with GPS/AGPS support for Google Maps.

The 10-inch model is powered with an Intel 1.66GHz processor and comes with an integrated memory of 1GB and a 16GB SSD HDD. You can choose to run it on either Android 1.6 or Windows 7 OS for VPN. It's always great when you're given a choice. It even features a low battery consumption setting.

The ViewPad 10

Both devices have an uncanny resemblance to the OlivePad so naturally we're thinking the OEM is the same and Viewsonic has just taken things up a notch.

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