Viliv to Launch Android, Windows 7 Tablets at CES 2011

By on December 22nd, 2010 06:28 GMT

Since the most important yearly event in consumer electronics, the CES tradeshow in Las Vegas, is only two weeks away, we're starting plenty of early announcements and rumors stirring up interest, the latest piece of info we've come across being related to Viliv and the numerous Internet tablets they plan to officially roll out at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011.

So, as JKKMobile reports, it seems that the company has no less than three different tablets in store, out of which two are powered by the Android operating system and a third one by the Windows 7 OS from Microsoft.

The Android tablets are the X7 and X10 models, both of which seem to pack some pretty cool features, designed specifically for extensive portability.

For example, the Viliv X7 Android Tablet provides what is quoted as “leadership in Anywhere Connectivity," which might translate into a built-in 3G module (after all, that's not even some super-cool features, but rather something that should be standard on all tablets).

The second tablet rumored to be released at CES, the X10 model, is touted as being the "Longest battery life powered 10.2 inch Android," and although the translation is a bit awkward, it's quite clear that we're talking about a 10.2-inch Android tablet providing an extensive battery life.

Last, but certainly not least, comes the Viliv X70 Windows7 Slate, which is touted as being the world's slimmest Windows 7 tablet.

This would certainly be an interesting sight, given the fact that Windows 7 tablets are typically built around Intel Atom CPUs, which make them slightly bulkier than their Android counterparts.

Of course, we're waiting for CES 2011 to debut officially in order for Viliv to provide more info on their new tablets, but rest assured that there will be plenty of surprises occurring at the time.  

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