As expected, ViewSonic is to expand its portfolio of tablets, and the latest additions to the family will be on display at MWC 2012. Introducing the ViewSonic G70 and E100, which both run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and the ViewSonic P100 powered by Windows 7.
When it comes to specs, the ViewSonic G70 has a 7-inch display with a resolution of 600 by 1024 pixels, 8-bit color, 250 nits of brightness, and 500:1 contrast ratio. In terms of connectivity, you get 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mini HDMI, micro- and miniUSB ports. There is a 2-megapixel camera on its back and a 0.3 front-facing shooter for video chats. Storage capacity stands at 4 gigs on-board, which can be expanded by up to 32 gigabytes with a microSD card. Fortunately, the ViewSonic G70 is a "with Google" device, meaning that it has access to the Android Market and Google apps.
The ViewSonic E100 offers a 9.7-inch IPS display with 1024 by 768 pixels of resolution and a 1GHz Cortex processor. The list of connectivity options includes Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB, and a 3G model is to be released as well. Expanding its on-board storage capacity can be done with a microSD card. Just like its smaller sibling, the ViewSonic E100 is a "with Google" device.
Last but not least, the ViewSonic P100 boasts a 10-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels. Inside it ticks an Intel N2600 dual-core processor at 1.6GHz, which will be capable of handling Windows 8 when it launches. The device will be available in both Wi-Fi-only and 3G flavors.
All three tablets are scheduled to launch no later than the end of June.