Hands-On the $170 ViewSonic Tablet I Wanted to Love, But Couldn't

When we found out about ViewSonic's $170 tablet that runs Android's latest (and definitely greatest) OS, we were more than just a little skeptical. We wanted to believe, but we've been hurt before. After some hands-on time, I can confirm that our dead-inside hearts were dead-on. » 1/11/12 11:55am 1/11/12 11:55am

ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pro—Another Attempt at the Windows/Android Dream

ViewSonic has yet another Android device on the way, in the form of the ViewPad 10Pro. It's an updated version of its disastrous dual-booting ViewPad 10 tablet which laughably arrived in late 2010 only able to run Android 1.6. The new Pro model combines Windows 7 and Android 2.2 for a much less embarrassing user… » 2/11/11 5:00am 2/11/11 5:00am

Five of the Best Tablets Revealed So Far

We've seen numerous announcements of tablet computers in recent weeks, as the R&D labs of the world push out their hastily assembled attempts at competing with Apple's game-changing iPad. But are any of them up to the job? » 9/06/10 12:00pm 9/06/10 12:00pm

Now Available

A Micro Four Thirds camera with some surprising extras, the cutting edge of SDXC cards, a portable thumb drive unrivaled in capacity, and a shameless and lazy MacBook ripoff. Come see what's Now Available. » 2/26/10 5:00pm 2/26/10 5:00pm

Viewsonic VTablet 101 Has Decent Specs and Terrible Timing

Let's take a moment to appreciate Viewsonic's new Android tablet while we can, before it gets crushed in the tidal wave of coverage that a certain other tablet's debut will get next week. And it's got some things worth appreciating! » 1/21/10 9:06am 1/21/10 9:06am

First Pics: ViewSonic's VPC08 Windows XP Phone is Freakin' Huge

Here are the first shots of the VPC08 in action. The hardware looks faithful to those renders we saw mid-November, and includes a 4.3-inch touchscreen, 800MHz Atom Z500 CPU, and separate phone controls with a second 2-inch screen. » 12/03/09 6:07am 12/03/09 6:07am

ViewSonic Diamani DUO PC/TV hybrid LCD Displays Swing Both Ways

ViewSonic takes a tilt toward practicality with its PC/TV hybrid LCD displays, packing a passel of inputs into its Diamani DUO 19-inch NX1932w and 22-inch NX2232w screens. It makes sense: You have all this resolution floating around, why not tack an HDMI port on board, add an ATSC HD tuner and 10-watt speaker system,… » 9/20/07 3:10pm 9/20/07 3:10pm