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    ViewSonic Promises World's First 7-Inch Honeycomb Tablet: ViewPad 7x


    ViewSonic showed off at Computex, what it is calling the world's first 7-Inch Honeycomb tablet, the ViewPad 7x. The tablet has some pretty darn good specs for a small device:
    • 7-Inch Screen with 1024 x 600 resolution
    • Google's Android 3.0.1/Honeycomb OS
    • HSPA+ connectivity
    • A pair of cameras, one on the front and one on the back
    • Tegra 2 dual-core processor
    • An HDMI-out
    • Super-light weight 380g design

    There is no word yet on pricing, availability, or even storage space on the device, but we should know more within the next couple of weeks. Below is a link to tge full press release of ViewSonic products that debuted at Computex this year.

    Source: ViewSonic Products for Computex 2011 - Full Press Release, Including the ViewPad 7x
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