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HTC HD2 can now dual-boot Windows Phone 7 and Android

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on January 24th, 2011

Windows Phone 7 and Android have both been ported to the HTC HD2 in the past, but now they are both on the same device. The folks over at xda-developers have figured out a few ways to install both WP7 and Android on the HD2 while using the same SD card.

Thing is, as you might expect, none of the methods are easy, but that just means that if you do this you will be among the select few. If you want to try your hand at it, check it out here.

Azpen shows off Dual-Boot Windows 7 / Android Tablet at CES

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on January 10th, 2011

Azpen has been busy showing off their latest dual-boot Windows 7 / Android tablet at CES. The device comes in two versions. There’s a 10.1-inch model with a 16:9 aspect ratio and a 9.7-inch model with 4.3 aspect ratio.

Both models feature a capacitive touchscreen display, an Intel Atom N455 processor, up to 2GB RAM, up to 32GB of storage space, a microSD card slot, two USB ports and they come pre-loaded with the Windows 7 / Android 2.2 OS.

Novatech nTablet dual boots Windows 7 and Android

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on October 28th, 2010


If you want to buy a tablet, but can’t decide between Google Android and Windows 7, why not have both? The Novatech nTablet will dual boot either OS. The device features the same design as the ViewSonic Viewpad 100 and the Tegatech Tega v2.

This is not a cheap tablet however, the device will set you back GBP349.99 ($552) without an OS. If you decide on Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional it will cost you $693 and $740.

Details on Viewsonic’s dual-boot Android, Windows-based tablet

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on September 4th, 2010

ViewSonic at IFA gave away many of the details surrounding its dual-booting ViewPad tablet. Now dubbed the ViewPad 100, the 10-inch tablet runs on a 1.66GHz Atom and uses either Windows 7 or the now old Android 1.6; either side supports multi-touch. It uses just a 16GB solid-state drive, but an SDHC card slot provides most of the bulk storage.

Many of the other specs are similar to those of a current netbook. It outputs at a native 1024×600 display and holds 1GB of DDR3 memory. There’s Bluetooth, GPS and Wi-Fi, with two USB ports, a 1.3-megapixel webcam and a VGA video output.

ViewSonic to introduce dual-boot tablet with Android and Windows

Posted in Viewsonic by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2010

So do you get a tablet with windows or with Android? Decisions decisions. Well, the upcoming ViewSonic tablet will make your choice easier as the 10-inch tablet device features an Intel-based chipset that will allow users to dual-boot Windows and Android.

The company is also reportedly working on a 7-inch Android tablet that with 3G, Wi-Fi, an accelerometer, a USB port, Bluetooth, and A-GPS. The market is already being flooded with tablet devices, but these may just stand out.