As CES is very near, news’ and rumors are thriving fast; the latest info related to Viliv and CES is that Korean company Viliv will show off three new tablets at CES, two running Android – the 7-inch X7 and 10.2-inch X10, and the X70 worlds thinnest Windows 7 tablet.
First up to the plate we have the Viliv X7 Android Tablet. No word yet on the exact version on the operating system it is running but we hear it has 3G, which might allow this unit access to the Android Market. We also know that this version is a 7 inch edition, so it’s comparable to the Samsung Galaxy Tab in size and dimension.
The Viliv X10 is a truly exciting device. All we know is that it has a 10.2″ display and the “longest battery life” of any 10-inch Android tablet and a “1 GHz Samsung CPU”. The X10 seems as a very fast, thin and powerful device. A graphics-intensive racing game is shown looking very smooth, and the awesome 1355×768 resolution definitely shows. Connectivity option with the X10 is limited to WiFi at present but Viliv has said there will be 3G as well as WiMAX support available soon.
Last, but certainly not least, comes the Viliv X70 Windows7 Slate, which is touted as being the world’s slimmest Windows 7 tablet. It’s very interesting to know what features and how good window 7 based Tablet is, especially android is widly expected for Tablets.