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Published on Feb 16, 2011
Windows tablets have a bit of a bad rep from a consumer point of view, but it still remains the platform of choice for enterprise users. Trying to corner both market points at MWC 2011 are ViewSonic, who have launched their dual-OS ViewPad 10 Pro tablet.
Running both Windows 7 and Android, users can switch between both operating systems on the 10 inch tablet with just a tap of a soft-button, swapping between the two in just a few seconds.
It doesn't scrimp on specs under the hood either, with a 1.5 GHz Oak Trail processor powering the show, as well as 32GB of built in storage (expandable by a further 32 GB via microSD), a 1.3 MP front facing camera, full size USB ports and 1080p playback.
ViewSonic's James Coulson talks Tech Digest through the device in this video.