Advanced Micro Devices officials at the Computex 2012 show unveiled the latest generation of its
The ViewSonic VCD22 is actually just a normal 22-inch display tablet with full HD resolution, were it not for a few key details, it wouldn’t be as interesting. The device is a versatile multi-touch system that can be used independently from a PC, thanks to Android 4.0. ViewSonic installed the TI OMAP 4428 dual-core ARM processor running at 1 GHz on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The display resolves 1920 × 1080 pixels and has capacitive touch technology. The device also has three USB 2.0 ports for connecting a keyboard, mouse and memory stick.
There is also a HDMI port, Ethernet port, SD card reader and a 3.5-mm blade plug. The tablet also has Bluetooth 2.1,Wi-Fi capabilities and a 1.2-megapixel webcam for video calls. The VCD22 can also be connected to a PC and used as a monitor via the HDMI port. The user can switch effortlessly from the Android operating system to Windows. The ViewSonic VCD22 will arrive in Taiwan in August and will cost around $480. Colleagues from Laptopmag have seen a demonstration of the ViewSonic at Computex, so here is a video:
★ Comment and thumbs up ★ please make sure to subscribe my YouTube channel if you haven’t already! Follow me for updates: Twitter – twitter.com Google+ – gplus.to Facebook – facebook.com —————————————————————————————————————- a video demonstrating for the first time the new Windows 8 touch interface. The 32 minute video was shot at the Computex 2011 in Taiwan. The presenter is Mike Angiulo, Microsoft corporate vice president. The first Windows 8 video, that Microsoft posted on June 2 on YouTube, offered a sneak peek of the touch interface of the upcoming Microsoft operating system. it caused quite the confusion, as many viewers assumed that the operating system would look like that on their desktop PC as well. from what we could gather, there will be a standard desktop interface available as well, with possibilities to switch between the interfaces. We will know more about this when the public Windows 8 beta is released by Microsoft. The four minute video was welcome, considering that it offered the first live footage of the upcoming Windows 8 operating system. Later that day, a demonstration was held at the Computex 2011 in Taiwan by Mike Angiulo, Microsoft corporate vice president which showcased the new operating system for more than 30 minutes. While you see more footage of Mike talking on stage, you will see live footage of the operating system as well. Probably more interesting than that are …Video Rating: 4 / 5