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: