As promised, ViewSonic showcased its upcoming dual-boot tablet at IFA 2010 in Berlin. Officially called the ViewPad 100 (or 10i, it's apparently undecided), the device revealed 10 inches of Windows 7 and Android 1.6 love--that's right, an old build of Android that doesn't sport cool Froyo goodies like an improved UI, less thrashing, and support for Adobe Flash.
Still, the ViewPad 100 has other admirable qualities. Under the hood, it sports the Intel Atom N455 1.66 GHz processor, 1 GB of DDR3 RAM, and a 16 GB SSD. Users wanting more storage space can add up to 32 GB using the microSD slot.
Additionally the tablet's display provides a 1024 x 600 resolution, however consumers can export movies to a big screen TV using a mini-VGA output jack. Other features include two USB ports, an internal G-sensor, Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi connectivity and more.
The device was supposedly listed at "sub 500 euros" at the show, however other reports claim the pad will be around 549 euros--just over 700 USD here in the States. There was no indication of when the tablet will actually head this way, however the ViewPad 100 (10i) is slated for an October release.