More ViewSonic action from CES 2012: ViewPad 10pi, ViewPad 10e and ViewPhone 3

More ViewSonic action from CES 2012: ViewPad 10pi, ViewPad 10e and ViewPhone 3When I wrote about the $170 ViewSonic ViewPad e70’s appearance at CES 2012, I mentioned that the US manufacturer has been cranking out tablets like nobody’s business over the past year or so.

Little did I freakin’ know that ViewSonic had not one but two more tablets up its CES sleeves. And heck, why not throw in a bloomin’ smartphone for good measure?

They are the business-oriented dual-OS ViewSonic ViewPad 10pi (pictured), the super-slim Viewsonic ViewPad 10e and the ViewSonic ViewPhone 3. Bizarrely, all three of them run - no, not Ice Cream Sandwich, but - Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).

Here’s a quick rundown, kids:

ViewSonic ViewPad 10pi

  • “For today’s busy mobile professional”
  • 10in 1280x800 IPS display
  • Intel Oak Trail z670 processor
  • Windows 7 Professional or Android 2.3
  • Available late Jan (US) at $849

ViewSonic ViewPad 10e

  • paper thin” (ahh, we’ve met this one before!)
  • 9.1mm thick
  • 10in IPS display
  • 1GHz Cortex A8 processor
  • Android 2.3
  • Pseudo 3D UI
  • Available late Jan (US) at $299

ViewSonic ViewPhone 3

  • Dual-SIM
  • 3.5in capacitive display
  • ARM 800MHz processor
  • Android 2.3
  • Available late Q1 (US) at $279

Interestingly, the ViewSonic press release notes that 27% of mobile subscriptions in Latin America – where the ViewPhone 3 will also be released – are classed as multiple. Who knew?

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