We already know about the 7-inch ViewPad that will also be a huge-7-inch phone, but little else about the 10-inch tablet except for the short mention from a leak that it’ll dual-boot into either a Windows 7 or Android 1.6 OS. ViewSonic just pulled the curtains on the 10-incher—now officially known as the ViewPad 100—that basically looks like a tablet (which it actually is), but packs a netbook’s spec (which is totally fine since it’ll run Windows 7 anyway).
Specifically, the ViewPad 100 will run on a 1.66GHz Intel Atom processor and 1GB of DDR3 memory, with 16GBs of solid state storage that can be expanded using the SDHC card slot or the USB ports. Connectivity options includes Bluetooth, Wi-fi, and GPS. No mention of 3G connectivity, but it’s got the usual netbook connections around the frame, with a VGA output, and a pair of USB ports. A 1.3MP front-facing webcam is also included on top of the wide aspect, 1024 x 600-resolution display.
Europe gets first crack at the ViewPad 100, priced at £549, around US$848 when it launches in October.