ViewSonic has introduced a new 7 inch ViewPad e70 Android tablet to its range at CES this week, that will come supplied running Android 4.0 and will be priced at just $169.
As you would expect from a budget tablet a few areas have need to be reduced to keep the price point low, and the ViewSonic e70 tablet comes with a low resolution of just 800 x 480, powered by a single core processor. However Liliputing who were able to get their hands on the tablet at CES, say the tablet “feels fairly responsive and has a capacitive touchscreen”. Watch the video after the jump to see a quick hands on demo.
The ViewPad e70 will not ship with access to Google’s Android Market, but access to Amazon’s Appstore, together with Amazon’s Kindle app installed. The ViewPad e70 is also equipped with a microSD card slot, microHDMI port, and 4GB of storage.
Source: LiliputingFiled Under: Android News, Tablet News, Technology News