FCC, with wireless network interfaces that are imported into the U.S., hosted its laboratories in the new ViewSonic ViewBook 730 tablet as well as confirming the opening of a file which contains documentation and test.
It is not clear what could it be the version of Google’s Android operating system. Based on some images, it seems that the tablet is equipped with the 2.3 release instead of waiting HoneyComb 3.0 but may be too early to tell.
On one side you have inserted a row of physical buttons. In fact, you may notice the Home button, Menu and Back, typical of such devices and which supports the earlier version of the OS to 3.0 (because it is designed to make unnecessary any physical buttons).
Images show a set of speakers positioned below the display and an HDMI port that allows you to connect the tablet to an external high definition TV. From this point of view, ViewSonic ViewBook 730 tablets may display a particular media even if equipped with special software for reading ebooks.
Other details related to the presence of a USB port, a headphone jack and a card reader compatible with the microSD format. Front car on the side while a digital camera are controls for adjusting the volume.
Some rumors seem to confirm the presence of WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1 module, but we do not have final confirmation of this. The tablet starts at $ 318.