ViewSonic ViewPad 10

Released February, 2011
  • 10.1"
  • 32 GB
  • WiFi
  • Windows 7
Regardless of that, data connectivity is established thanks to its 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi – which is capable of retaining a solid connection to an access point that’s placed 30 feet away.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)

Features Key features of the ViewSonic ViewPad 10

screen resolution

ViewPad 10
1024 x 600
Nexus 10
2560 x 1600
Nexus 10 II
2560 x 1600


ViewPad 10
2 GB

camera resolution

ViewPad 10
1.3 MP
Nexus 10 II
2.1 MP
TC 970
2 MP

CPU Cores

ViewPad 10
Single core
IdeaTab S5000
Quad core
Nexus 10 II
Quad core

CPU Frequency

ViewPad 10
1.66 GHz
TC 970
1 GHz

Reviews Word on the street for the ViewSonic ViewPad 10

With our unit, its 32GB solid state hard drive might seem insufficient for a Windows 7 tablet, but it’s remarkably copious for Android.

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight

Operating System

Naturally, things are going smooth right now, but seeing that there aren’t that many pre-installed programs in Windows 7, its speed might diminish once you begin to eat up free space on the hard drive.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)
Oppositely, the same video looks astoundingly better in Windows 7 seeing that we didn’t experience any hiccups in its movement.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)
There’s nothing pretty with either the stock Android music player or Windows Media, but they’re more than functional in playing some tunes.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)

Operating system

In Android, the response is unbelievably quick and responsive, but it even manages to cold boot into Windows 7 in under a minute.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)
Instead of finding Android 2.2 Froyo, like what’s used with the ViewPad 7, we’re taken back to an outdated stock Android 1.6 experience – with zero optimizations.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)
Now this isn’t simply just a rehash of the ViewPad 7 with a larger display, oh no, but rather, it’s able to differentiate itself from most things out there since it’s dubbed as the “world’s first” dual-boot Windows 7 and Android tablet.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)


As its name suggests, it features a 10in screen, making it slightly bigger than the 9.7in display of Apple's famous tablet.
by TrustedReviews (Mar, 2012)
Still, its drab looking display doesn’t particularly enhance the overall experience.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)
Sizing up with a 10.1” LCD capacitive screen with LED backlighting, it’s more than plentiful in real estate, but its resolution of 600 x 1024 pixels blatantly uncovers its pixelated appearance.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)


It felt very sturdy in the hand too, though as a result is quite heavy at 835g (the Wi-Fi iPad weighs only 680g).
by TrustedReviews (Mar, 2012)


Honestly, it’s by no means slim (0.65” thick) in any way, especially when you factor in its netbook like components, but its monotonous and straightforward design approach doesn’t contribute in its cause in being original.
by PhoneArena (Apr, 2011)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Size 10.1"
Technology TN LCD
Resolution 1024 x 600
PPI 117 ppi


  1. 802.11n
  2. 802.11g
  3. 802.11b
Bluetooth Bluetooth v2.0
Supports 3G No


Cores Single core
Clock speed 1.66 GHz


Has a GPS No
Has a compass No
Has an accelerometer Yes
Has a gyroscope No
Has a light sensor No


Internal storage 32 GB
RAM capacity 2 GB
Supported card formats microSD
Maximum capacity 128 GB

photo & video

Adobe flash support Yes
Webcam 1.3 MP
Rear camera 1.3 MP


Has a headphone jack Yes
Has a microphone jack No

form factor

Weight 875 g
Size 332.7 x 274.3 x 17.8 mm
Thickness 17.8 mm
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