ViewSonic launched the ViewPad 10pro which has several novel features. It runs Intel's Oak Trail platform, featuring the Z670 Atom processor, which contains integrated Imagination Technologies graphics. This enables its other main distinguishing feature: dual OSs - in this case Windows 7 and Android 2.3. While Wintel tablets haven't really caught on - certainly when compared to the iPad - there are still a lot of people who would like the greater productivity features of Windows, but in a tablet format. Also, unlike previous versions that have been dual-boot - requiring you to restart in order to switch OSs - this one lets you switch immediately. Version with 16GB storage and Windows 7 Home Premium will set you back $600 in US, and an extra hundred bucks doubles your storage, adds 3G connectivity and upgrades you to Windows 7 Professional. ViewSonic will be waiting until mid September for general availability of the ViewPad 10pro in Europe in order optimize Android 2.3 on Atom.