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Viliv to Debut 2 Android, 1 Windows Tablets at CES

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Viliv will announce several new tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January, The company is ready to announce two Android tablets–the X7 and X10–and a Windows 7 slate–the X70.

According to the company, its Viliv X70 Windows 7 tablet will be the lightest Windows slate in the world.

“Most slim and light Windows 7 based tablet in the world” No word on how slim or light yet but their X70EX is 210(W) x 117(H) x 22.5(T) mm / 660g (8.2 x 4.6 x 0.8 inches 1.45 pounds) so it should be less..

The X7 should be a 7-inch Android tablet with “Anywhere Connectivity,” hinting at the possibility of 3G or 4G on-board, and hopefully access to Android Market, Google’s official app store for Android app downloads. The bigger 10.2-inch X10 will also run Android and is described as having the longest battery life. That device will have a resolution of 1355 X 768, high resolution enough to rival most netbooks and capable enough to render 720p HD movies natively on the tablet’s display. The company has not revealed what version of Android either tablets will be running.

JKK Mobile did get a chance to play with an early version of the X10 Android tablet at Computex, and their video is embedded below:

According to JKK Mobile, the X10 has a gigahertz CPU powered by Samsung.

Via: JKK Mobile

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