The tablet itself is undeniably odd. It has Windows 7 on-board and has a virtualized version of Android 2.2 riding on top of that. You access the virtualized Android via an icon on the Windows 7 desktop. There is no Android Market because ViewSonic wants the main focus of the device to be the Windows 7 operating system. Running the show behind the scenes is the Intel Oak Trail CPU.
It appears as though this tablet will support AT&T 3G bands in addition to traditional WiFi. We don’t know anything yet in regards to pricing and future availability, but it can’t be too long until we see this device hit the shelves. Tell us what you think in the comments below.
source: FCC via Engadget