Viewsonic’s Dual OS Windows/Android VS14406 tablet hits the FCC


Can’t decide whether you want an Android or a Windows tablet?  Take a look at Viewsonic’s VS14406 tablet PC.  This tablet allows users to switch between Windows and Android on the fly thanks to the device’s OSSwitcher application, below.  It’s a cool concept in theory, although we’d like to see the VS14406 in action before getting too excited.

https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=624322&fcc_id=%27GSS-VS14406%27 for the VS14406 show support for WiFi and Bluetooth.  The device relies on an Intel Atom Oak Trail processor, and external photos of the device show a screen that appears to be 7-inches.  Unfortunately, Viewsonic’s FCC filings don’t reveal much else, nor do we have any idea about the VS14406’s release date or pricing.

Check out the full gallery of VS14406 internal photos below.

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