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!
The VTablet 101 will come equipped with Tegra T20 graphics, a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, an 8.9-inch (1024x800) display, a front camera, and 4GB of flash storage. You can also make phone calls from it with Bluetooth hooked up. It has Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, though the latter only through an external modem, and will be available for $441 whenever it ends up being released. Android tablets are bound to get it right at some point, right? Aren't they?