Viliv is the company behind the Windows-powered N5 gizmo with 4.8" screen, physical QWERTY and 3G connectivity. Now the company has decided to jump on the tablet gravy train, and gives birth to the Viliv X7 and Viliv X10, Android tablets presumably with 7" and 10" displays.
The dust around the software version is still not settled, the slates might come either with Froyo (yikes!), or with Android Honeycomb when they are out in March and April.
The Viliv X7 and Viliv X10 will have the option for HSPA, EVDO, or WIMAX connectivity, in addition to the usual Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. The amount of internal storage is undisclosed, but the slates rock an SD card slot, as well as a rear 3MP camera plus a front-facing cam. The tablets sound decent, especially with the wireless options, but the price is what will ultimately make or break them.