Samsung may have jump started the race to release both a bigger phone via its 4.8 inch Galaxy S3 and 5.3 inch Galaxy Note, and apparently has a rumored 11.6-inch Galaxy Tab in the works, too. Sadly though, the rumor river has run dry, and Sammy has remained hush hush since the rumors first leaked into our power-blogging claws. Because we haven’t heard anything juicy from the Korean tech giant as of late, our laser gaze turns to to Toshiba and its promise to bring out 13.3-inches of Excite(d) tablet goodness, which is supposed to land in June. Thankfully, there’s a new big boy in town.
Because we know that’s not enough to satisfy you, you better hold on to your britches, as ViewSonic is about to take the Android tablet experience to a whole new level by releasing an incredible 22 inches of Android tablet amazement!
ViewSonic, a company synonymous with computer displays, is cooking up something massive, and is planning to introduce a 22-inch tablet hybrid to the world. The device has been dubbed as a “smart business tablet monitor” by ViewSonic, and will join the ranks of their “Touch and Connect” series, though these are mere prototypes for now.
How about 65 inches of Android tablet goodness?
Well played, good sir. It’s a good thing that ViewSonic has only attached the teaser image above, since it lets your imagination run wild. Just think of the possibilities! Thankfully, the company promises to reveal more during COMPUTEX that will be held in Taipei starting from June 5.
Yes, we’ll definitely be there to bring you the full scoop on ViewSonic’s gargantuan Android tablet (purportedly running Ice Cream Sandwich), its Windows 8 multi-touch display, laser projectors, interactive electronic billboards, and more.
Now tell us, what could you possibly want to do with a 22-inch Android tablet? I can think of one thing that comes to mind…
And to end it off, I’ll just say “that’s what she said.” There. I said it. Now – your turn.
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