The lineup includes 7 to 10 inch tablets running Android ICS, dual SIM Android phones, and a rugged range of handsets.
ViewSonic, a major player in computing, electronics and communications solutions, will be launching a range of tablets and a dual SIM Android smartphone in India from March. Before that, towards the end of this month, the company will reveal the said devices and its rugged handset range at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Talking to The Mobile Indian, a ViewSonic India spokesperson said, "India is a very important market for us and we will bring in our entire range of devices to India as soon as they will be available for distribution."
The tablet range from ViewSonic will include devices with 7-10 inch displays, which will be equipped with the latest Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Microsoft Windows 7 dual OS software. The smartphones simultaneously operate dual SIM cards with Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
The rugged handsets will be encased in durable materials which will make them water, dust and shock resistant.
ViewSonic is an important player in the computer monitor space and is known to produce good quality at competitive prices. However, it is yet to make a mark in the tablet and mobile phone space. It has a big line up of products and is promising a lot of action in this area.
The Viewsonic tablet will have TI OMAP 4 dual core 1 Ghz processor, 3 USB ports, HDMI, WiFi, RJ45 jack among other things.
Company calls it a 'Smart business tablet monitor' and will be more or less an all-in-one Android PC.
The Android 2.3 based 7 inch tablet has shatter proof glass and rubberized grip and is better suited for eBooks.
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The price of a 10 inch WiFi 3G tablet is expected to be close to Rs 38,000 and it seems to be worth that much.