ViewSonic have announced a pair of 8-inch digital photo frames, complete with SwifTouch hidden touch-sensitive controls in the bezel that only illuminate when pressed. As with any digital picture frame that crosses our path here at SlashGear, we've applied our basic litmus test on the ViewSonic DPG801BK and DPG807BK: is there integrated wireless? Sadly, the answer in both cases is a resounding "no".
It's nearly time for NVIDIA's G-Sync gaming monitor processor technology to hit the market - closer to the reveal of this technology than to the market, to be fair, but close nonetheless. What we're having a peek at this week is a collection of monitors that've already got their final bits and pieces in them, just a few of the collection of displays that'll be released later this year. BenQ, Philips, AOC, and ViewSonic have all brought their first models to CES 2014 and NVIDIA's press event.
We got the opportunity to take a peek at the ViewSonic VSD240 24-inch Smart Display, what's essentially an oversized tablet on a stand working with an NVIDIA processor inside. This machine works with a full touch display attached to an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor with 4-PLUS-1 technology. You'll be working with HDMI via MHL, full-sized USB, and Bluetooth connectivity as well.
Banning bezels is good for business, and ViewSonic has joined the waifish monitor club with the VX2370Smh-LED and VX2770Smh-LED displays. Offering Full HD resolution spread across 23- and 27-inches respectively, the new desktop pair clad their IPS panels in "ultra-thin" bezel gloss black frames which ViewSonic suggests makes them ideal for building a display wall of closely-abutted screens.
Looks like Nokia isn’t content with playing fair and square in the US smartphone market. The company has just announced that it is filing suit against HTC, RIM, and Viewsonic for patent infringement. Nokia claims that the companies make use of 45 patents that belong to Nokia without a proper license. The Finnish smartphone manufacturer will be bringing the suit against the companies in the US and Germany.
Mobile World Congress 2012 has already proven itself as one massive draw to manufacturers ability to announce a massive amount of smartphones at once this year, and ViewSonic is no exception to the rule, starting here with the ViewPhone 4s. This device is one of three dual-sim smartphones announced this week by the company, the others being the ViewPhone 5e with a few rounded edges and slightly lower-tiered specs, and the ViewPhone 4e, which essentially replicates the case of the 4s in most ways. The ViewPhone 4s has a Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a cool two-tone set of casings, and a lovely 3.5-inch display running at 960 x 640 pixels resolution, this matching the iPhone's 326ppi IPS display.
ViewSonic has outed its Mobile World Congress line-up of smartphones and tablets, and with the Android-powered ViewPhone 4s running a 3.5-inch 960 x 640 display it's clear the iPhone 4S is the company's key target. The ViewPhone 4s matches Apple's smartphone with a 326ppi IPS display, but squeezes in twin SIMs and a copy of Ice Cream Sandwich, along with a 5-megapixel camera and a front-facing VGA webcam. It's not the only new ViewSonic device, though; read on for more.
ViewSonic has unveiled a pair of new 10-inch tablets, along with a smartphone, at CES today, including a dual-boot Android and Windows model along with dual-SIM support. The ViewSonic ViewPad 10pi runs both Windows 7 and Android 2.3 on an Intel Oak Trail Z670 processor, serving both OSes up on a 1280 x 800 IPS touchscreen.
Viewsonic has been around for a long time making all sorts of display products from LCDs and TVs to projectors and more. The company has a new LCD for the computer user that it has announced that offers 3D technology. Rather than having, to use expensive and bulky active technology glasses. The screen measures in at 23-inches wide.