Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Viliv to show Android and Windows tablets at CES 2011




Viliv is about to show some goodies at CES:

Viliv X7 Android Tablet with "The leadership in Anywhere Connectivity", which indicates to 3G.. or even wimax? Anyways, 3G on Android tablet typically indicates to Android Market on board so I hope that's the case here too.

Viliv X10 Android Tablet with "Longest battery life powered 10.2 inch Android" Again good news, battery life is always welcome and if the specs are same as on the prototype I tested at Computex, you might love it! 1355 x 768 resolution on 10 inch tablet sounds good right?

Viliv X70 Windows7 Slate "Most slim and light Windows 7 based tablet in the world" No word on how slim or light yet but their X70EX is 210(W) x 117(H) x 22.5(T) mm / 660g (8.2 x 4.6 x 0.8 inches 1.45 pounds) so it should be less..


Expect plenty of news and videos of these devices as I will be testing them at CES 2011!



Hands-on: Viliv X10 Android tablet at Computex 2010





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7 comments:

turn.self.off said...

i can't figure that the device held in the second picture is supposed to be 7 inches...

Anonymous said...

Noooooo. I hope this doesn't mean that they're ditching UMPCs with physical keyboards and mice.

Kur-Cafe Restaurant said...

Good news, looking forward to you videos. Like Viliv devices and i think they will do a good job.

Anonymous said...

Any idea about the memory in the new windows machine? I want more processing and speed power. Any idea on this...

kamal ds said...

For X10, I think you meant 1366 (not 1355) x 768

Anonymous said...

I purchased both the Viliv S5 and the SX70 (screen broke really easily.) I now use the Samsung Galaxy Tab. By comparison, the Viliv machines were not nearly as solid in hardware, durability, OS or included software. I am using the tab for everything that I purchased the Viliv's to do and it does those tasks better faster and longer. The only thing it doesn't do is full voice dictation. Unless Viliv is going to cut the price in half, I'd pass.

bluespapa said...

Any word on whether the X70 will have capacitive or resistive touch, and if capacitive, a way to work with a stylus?

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