ViewSonic’s new 2012 tablets could be too expensive for some

ViewSonic logoViewSonic has unveiled two new Android powered tablets, the 7-inch ViewSonic ViewPad G70 and the 9.7-inch ViewSonic ViewPad E100. According to the tablet maker both tablets will launch in the second quarter of 2012 in Europe with lightly customized versions of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Pricing for both tablets is estimated at under $399 for the 7-inch … Read more ViewSonic’s new 2012 tablets could be too expensive for some

Viewsonic to bring stable of tablets to Mobile World Congress 2012 [Updated: More models]

The next major trade show after the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is Mobile World Congress (MWC). Now unlike CES the MWC trade show isn’t held in Las Vegas, Nevada exclusively actually MWC is held annually in Barcelona, Spain. At MWC tech companies show off product that they intend to release in the near future or technologies that they are working on the distant future, … Read more Viewsonic to bring stable of tablets to Mobile World Congress 2012 [Updated: More models]

Predictions: Non-Apple tablets expected to grow as much as 134% in 2012

Some tablets on display at a CompUSA store. Image credit: CompUSA In prediction news today some new 2012 forecasts have been published and Apple’s growth rate is expected to be eclipsed by more than double by other competitors. Apple sells tablets under the iPad line and in 2012 they’re expected to launch the new iPad 3. DigiTimes reports … Read more Predictions: Non-Apple tablets expected to grow as much as 134% in 2012

Apple iPad’s Come Highly Recommended But So Do Cheaper Tablets, Study Finds

Zenithink ePad tablet an Apple iPad clone for under $200 Recently research group IHS iSuppi released results from a customer satisfaction study among tablet owners. The study asked tablet owners the question, would you recommend this tablet brand to friends and family? The study participants were asked to give their brand a rating between 1 and 10 and … Read more Apple iPad’s Come Highly Recommended But So Do Cheaper Tablets, Study Finds