Wednesday, August 17, 2011

ViewPad 10pro a Dual-OS interface | ViewPad 10pro

Get ViewPad 10pro, Get The Windows and Android OS Tablet

ViewPad 10pro | Dual OS - Get confused for choosing Android or Windows-based tablets? Now you can get both at ViewPad 10pro. This VewPad tablet not only have two OS, ViewPad 10pro is also the first tablet which is armed the latest 1.5 GHz Atom processor Z670 from Intel. Designed specifically for tablet PCs, this new processor will minimize power consumption and enables the design of products that are smaller and thinner.

"We listened to (desire) of our consumers. We make a dual-OS interface in ViewPad 10pro as fast and as intuitive as possible. In addition, we also partnered with CPU industry leaders, Intel, to bring innovation and new designs," said Vice President of Business Development ViewSonic, Michael Holstein.

ViewPad carrying Gingerbread Android 2.3 platform that runs as an application on the Windows 7 operating system. Users only need to tap on the Android icon on the screen to switch to Gingerbread OS.

ViewSonic provides two configuration options for this innovative tablet.Windows 7 Professional platform and Android 2.3 with a 32GB capacity that is valued approximately USD699, or Windows 7 Premium platform and Android 2.3 with 16GB capacity and is estimated to be priced at USD599.

Not yet exactly clear when these tablets will go on sale. However, some sources mention that ViewSonic will begin selling ViewPad 10pro late August.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Windows Phone 7 | WP7 | Windows 7 Phone Released 1 September

Windows Phone 7 Released 1 September

Dwellarticles | Windows Phone 7 - The presence of a new update of Windows Phone 7, Mango version, reportedly still not resolved by Microsoft. A lot of rumors circulating it around the release date of Windows Phone 7 this.

Windows 7 Phone Mango is reportedly been released on a limited basis since three weeks ago and some vendors have done tests on the handset. This means that in the near Mango was able to attend, the fastest at 1 September.

Although it comes too late and was impressed mysterious, Mango is not too carry a very significant update. Some observers even disappointed with this version of Mango because it is far from what is expected.

This news is quite surprising, considering that Nokia also be releasing their first Windows mobile phone and will most likely be present in October. The phone is named Sea Ray then it should begin release with Mango. Although Nokia will likely get a specialized version intended for lower middle-class users, this update is itself named Tango.

Update Mango brings all kinds of important functions, including multitasking. And will make WP7 much more competitive against Android and IOS. This includes the second-generation devices that come from major makers, the hardware must also take a big leap.

Unfortunately there has been no comment from Microsoft itself on being circulating the news