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ViewSonic WinXP MID

11/28/2009, ViewSonic is proudly showing off its mobile Internet device (MID) which is powered by Windows XP. While the full specifications for the device aren’t available just yet, we do know that it should be powered by a 1.1GHz Intel Atom Z510 processor,...

ViewSonic VOT550 PC Mini launched

11/18/2009, The VOT550 mini computer has been spotted online during the summer, but ViewSonic just launched it (as in: you might be able to buy it soon). Don’t mistaken the VOT550 for a Nettop – despite its small size, it packs a lot of punch: 2.2Ghz Core...

ViewSonic V901 smartphone to hit China

11/13/2009, China will be getting their hands on yet another Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone in the form of the ViewSonic V901. This handset will be powered by a Marvell PXA310 processor, accompanied by 128MB RAM, 256MB ROM, a 3.6″ 480 × 800 touchscreen...

ViewSonic VPC08 phone

11/12/2009, ViewSonic doesn’t just do LCD monitors, it seems they’re into the world of cellphones as well with the VPC08 that boasts a 4.3″ touchscreen display, a QWERTY keyboard, 8GB of internal memory and 512MB RAM, all powered by an Intel ULV...

ViewSonic VPD400 MovieBook unveiled

11/10/2009, ViewSonic has released its VPD400 MovieBook device that comes with a 4.3″ display, 8GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot and up to 6 hours of playback time for video and double the amount for audio. Capable of handling High Definition...

Viewsonic VNB103 netbook

10/25/2009, Viewsonic released its VNB103 netbook in China where it will come with an aluminum case to up the style factor by a notch. As with most other netbooks, the VNB103 will run on an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor coupled with a 10.1” 1,024 × 600...

ViewSonic PJD6251 and PJL9371 projectors

10/08/2009, ViewSonic has rolled out a couple more projectors – the PJD6251 and PJL9371. The former will be a 3D-ready projector that will target conference rooms as well as classrooms, where it will feature a 1,024 x 768 native resolution, a 2,800:1 contrast...

Viewsonic portable media players unveiled

09/17/2009, Viewsonic, a name more often associated with LCD displays and monitors, have unveiled a couple of portable media players known as the MovieBook VPD400 and VPD500. They will be made available for both Europe and the US, where the two models will come with...

ViewSonic rolls out half dozen LCD monitors

09/15/2009, ViewSonic knows that LCD monitors aren’t going to go out of style anytime soon and hence has released another six models for those of you out there who are looking for a new monitor. In a concise wrap up, the VT3245 ($649) and VT3745 ($799) will...

ViewSonic PJD2121 projector unveiled

08/26/2009, ViewSonic has released its smallest projector yet – the PJD2121 that measures a mere 8.1″ x 2.6″ x 4.7″, featuring the following :- 400 ANSI lumens 1,800:1 contrast ratio SVGA (800 x 600) resolution 2.2 lbs RGB and component...

Viewsonic VOT130 Nettop Hands-On

07/28/2009, You remember that Viewsonic had launched a bunch of Atom-based computers? Well, here’s a hands-on video of the VOT130, courtesy of netbooknews.com. This particular Nettop should be capable of playing HD content… that’s certainly smaller...

ViewSonic Reveals New Machines

07/24/2009, ViewSonic is more often than not associated with LCD monitors, but this time round it seems the company is expanding their horizons by coming up with a bunch of newer offerings under the small form factor PC category, where some of these will include the...

ViewSonic launches an onslaught of Netbooks, Nettops

07/23/2009, ViewSonic is launching a bunch of Atom-based products: four Nettops (OT120, VOT121, VOT130, VOT132) and two Netbooks (VBN100, VNB101). ViewSonic is usually associated with Monitors (they were big in the CRT days), but it seems that the display market has...

ViewSonic Offers SRS TruSurround XT On HDTVs

07/22/2009, ViewSonic is a well known name when it comes to budget HDTVs, and this time round they’re enhancing their offerings by including SRS TruSurround XT on their new 16″ and 24″ HDTV lineup for the year. The inclusion of such technology is...