ViewSonic gTablet hack: Adding GPS

In the early days of the netbook era, I was surprised to see just how much hardware hacking was going on. Back in 2007 and 2008 it seemed like every day someone took apart an Asus Eee PC or Acer Aspire One and slapped some extra hardware inside the tiny case. It turns out it […]

Google Android 3.0.1 ported to the ViewSonic gTablet

The ViewSonic gTablet is one of the cheapest tablets available with a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor. Unfortunately the $300 tablet (which often goes on sale for even less than that) has a 1024 x 600 pixel display, ships with Android 2.2 and doesn’t include access to the Google Android Market. While […]

Deals of the day: Eee PC 1015PN for $300, iPod touch for $170

Woot is running a special on the refurbished 8GB iPod touch. You can pick one up today only for $169.99 plus $5 shipping. The deal is for the latest generation iPod touch, with a 960 x 640 pixel Retina display and front and rear cameras. Here are a few other deals we dug up today: […]

NVIDIA drops Android support for older Tegra 2 development kits (updated)

  Update: Good news everyone. It looks like NVIDIA is not dropping support for older Android tablets that were based on earlier Tegra 2 designs. The company will continue to make its code and drivers available for the ViewSonic G-Tablet, Notion Ink Adam, and other older Tegra 2-based devices. All that’s changed is that NVIDIA […]