By April 19, 2010

iiView Vpad unboxing video

vpad I’m pretty sure that 2010 will go down as they year of the tablet computer. Since well before Apple made the iPad official we know that something tablet-like was on the way and may speculated over the eventual name and format of Apple’s tablet.

So we’re already starting to see several other manufacturers coming up with their own tablet computers and the likes of HP have their tablet out there.

SO this week I have a tablet PC from a little-known company called iiView. We have their Vpad tablet here at the moment and we’re going to be testing it out. The Vpad is more like a full-blown PC in that it runs Windows 7 and has a 320GB hard drive, Atom CPU and a 10.2″ 1024×600 display.

So if the iPad isn’t what you are looking for and you are after something with perhaps a little more power and flexibility to run anything you want under a ‘real’ operating system then perhaps the Vpad or other tablet might be worth considering. In the video below I’ll show you around the Vpad in terms of the connectivity and what’s in the box. Not too much of the OS itself as it’s a pretty standard implementation of Windows 7.


iiView Vpad unboxing video


 iiView Vpad specification:

  • CPU: Intel Atom 1.6GHz Processor (N270)
  • Intel 945GSE Chip set
  • 2GB RAM
  • 320GB Hard drive (5400rpm)
  • Wi-Fi wireless, IEE 802.11n compatible
  • Realktek Fast Ethernet NIC 10/100M
  • 3x USB Ports
  • USIM Slot
  • 5 in 1 Cardreader
  • VIA High Definition Audio
  • Headphone Output
  • Microphone Input
  • Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium
  • 10.2", 1024*600 Touch Screen
  • 64 MB Video RAM
  • Built-in Camera (1.3 Mega)
  • 1 VGA Jack
  • Battery life up to 3 hours (varies according to type of use)


Posted by: Matt

Posted in: Videos/Unboxings

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