Last year, ViewSonic introduced a lot of decent tablets, like the ViewPad 7e, ViewPad 7X and ViewPad 730. It looks like Viewsonic is ready to rock in 2012, as our friends over at Pocket-Lint managed to get some leaked information about the ViewPad G70, ViewSonic's first ever Android 4.0-powered tablet.
The tablet itself will launch with Android 4.0, a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display, a 2MP rear camera, along with a front-facing shooter, 4GB of internal memory, microSD card support, 1GB of RAM, and 3G connectivity. The ViewPad G70 will also be packing mini HDMI, microUSB, and miniUSB ports.
No word on the processor speed or brand, but we're hoping for at least a dual-core chip. Along with ICS, it will feature ViewSonic's ViewScene interface, and it's a Google-certified device, so users will get all the Google goodies they know and love, like the Android Market, Gmail, and YouTube.
Pocket-Lint claims that it's an "ultra light" tablet, which might mean that it's cheaply made. Hopefully we'll soon find out whether the image above is real or just a render. It's expected to cost around $350, which seems like a fair price, provided the processor turns out to be fast enough.
MWC is right around the corner, so let's see what else ViewSonic has up its sleeve. Is anyone intrigued by the ViewPad G70? Think it's worth 350 smackaroos? Drop a comment below!