By March 29, 2011

ViewSonic announces ViewPad 7 ‘Try for Free’ campaign

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ViewSonic Europe, a global provider of consumer computing and communications solutions, has today announced a ‘Try for Free’ campaign allowing customers to trial a brand new Google certified ViewPad 7. The campaign will run throughout April 2011 and guarantees a full refund if customers are not entirely satisfied with the device. ViewSonic will also pay for the return postage and packaging up to £10, so that no costs are incurred. Terms and conditions apply.

James Coulson, European marketing manager, ViewSonic, said: “There are many people that have heard about the new Tablet trend but for various reasons have not yet dived in. Working with Google, we want people to have a good first Tablet experience, risk free. Customers taking up the offer can use our devices for 30 days free of charge in order to overcome any initial learning curves and really start to appreciate the potential of Android on a great device. The ViewPad 7 is a perfect start into the world of touch technology.”

The ViewPad 7 has been designed to fit into and enhance everyday life, offering the latest certified Google Android experience with access to Google mail, navigation and maps. The ultra light, yet durable design means the device is ideal for anyone who needs a mobile connection whilst on the move. The ViewPad 7 is an Android 2.2 Tablet with integrated phone capabilities, Bluetooth, wireless, GPS and MP3/video playback, allowing users to keep abreast of the latest news and use social media.

Customers attending the Gadget Show Live, taking place at Birmingham NEC between 13th and 17th April, will able to purchase the ViewPad 7 and take advantage of the ‘Try for Free’ offer by visiting ViewSonic at stand H12.

For more information on the ViewSonic ViewPad 7 ‘Try for Free’ campaign please visit:


You cant ask for more than that. Nice idea.


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