Viewsonic is set to showcase a 22-inch Android tablet during Computex. Engadget claims that ViewSonic will launch the “smart business tablet monitor” at Computex in Taipei on June 5. The tablet is part of a series of prototypes, called “Touch and Connect“. ViewSonic also has plans for similar devices with Windows 8. The name of the tablet suggests that the device is aimed at the business market.
Insufficient now less than ten days to the opening at Computex in Taipei, you know important and prestigious in frames like these every company would like to make an impression to emerge on the world scene, presenting something truly unique and innovative. The VCD22 will pack a 21.5-inch full HD display, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, a 1GHz dual-core processor from Texas Instruments, 1.2MP camera, microSD and micro HDMI ports as well as three USB slots.
ViewSonic states that it will release additional information on June 5, the first day of Computex. ViewSonic also plans to showcase a Windows 8 multi-touch display, new cloud computing tech, laser projectors and interactive billboards at Computex, which takes place between June 5 and June 9. The company will also introduce a multi-touch Windows 8 display, several high-end projectors and new cloud computing services.
So the possible scenarios are different, even if at the time, it is difficult to imagine a really good reason why a user should choose a form factor like that. Stay Tuned!