If you're conscious of the green movement, then it's probably a good thing that companies like ViewSonic feel the same way as you do, and can come up with these excellent pieces of technology that manage to hit all the right buttons. For example, the ViewSonic 22" LED monitor manages to pack all the punches of the LED goodness, but amass a good amount of energy saving power all at the same time.
ViewSonic's latest LCD display has gone up for preorder, and the 27-inch monitor is apparently the world's first Full HD display with a 1ms response time. The ViewSonic VX2739wm is, unsurprisingly, being targeted at gamers, but it's also multimedia-friendly with 1080p HD resolution and SRS Premium Sound stereo 2W speakers.
Viewsonic have outed their own duo of ereaders, eschewing color display frippery for some good old-fashioned monochrome E Ink panels. The Viewsonic VEB 620 and VEB 625 each have a 6-inch display - complete with touchscreen layer on the VEB 625 - together with 2GB of onboard storage and an accelerometer for automatic page rotation.
ViewSonic's latest notebooks and all-in-one desktop have finally gone on sale after being unveiled at CES 2010 back in January. The ViewSonic VNB132 ViewBook and VNB141 ViewBook have 13.3- and 14-inch displays respectively and use Intel's CULV processors, while the ViewSonic VPC190 All-In-One has an 18.5-inch display and an Intel Atom D510 processor.
There's no mistaking Viewsonic's design inspiration. From the Apple-style packaging to the brushed-metal finish of the VNB131 itself, this is most definitely a MacBook wannabe. Still, if you're going to base your product on a rival, you could do far worse than choose Cupertino's finest, so the question has to be whether the Viewsonic VNB131 lives up to the standard. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.
Viewsonic has been around for a long time and has traditionally been huge in the PC LCD and LCD TV markets. The company branched out into digital photo frames and with the netbook segment, booming the company started making netbooks and notebooks as well. Viewsonic has unveiled its latest notebook called the ViewBook VNB131.
Viewsonic isn’t exactly one of the first names that come to mind when we broach the topic of portable media players, but the MovieBook VPD550T expected to be released this coming April may just change that. Bringing to the table a 5-inch LCD touchscreen, 8GB internal memory, microSD expansion, and an HDMI output capable of 1080P HD resolution, this is one sweet device.
Someone really needs to take ViewSonic to one side and let them know that the netbook market has moved on. The company have announced their first such machine, the ViewSonic ViewBook VNB102, and it's a dreary reminder of everything that bored us about the first twelve months of netbook specifications. Intel's Atom N270, a 10.1-inch display and 160GB hard-drive are first to prompt yawns, and Windows 7 Starter certainly isn't going to change that.
ViewSonic might not be the first name you'd associate with a smartphone, but then the ViewSonic VPC08 isn't your typical handset. It's actually a voice-enabled clamshell MID, running Windows XP on an 800MHz Atom Z500 processor with a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen, while there are also external dialling controls and a 2-inch display.
ViewSonic's deluge of new products back in July failed to include a MID or UMPC style device, but it seems they were merely waiting for the holidays to arrive in order to roll out just such a model. The ViewSonic N01 is a reasonably striking MID with a 1.1GHz Intel Atom Z510 processor, 1GB of RAM and a scant 10GB of onboard storage; it also has integrated 3G connectivity along with a TV tuner and Windows XP.
ViewSonic have outed a couple of new projector systems, the PJD2121 pico-projector and the WPG-350 presentation gateway. The former is a 720p/1080i capable mini-projector which can throw a 60-inch image, while the latter hooks up to any projector or display with a VGA port and funnels presentations (up to 1024 x 768) or 1080p video via WiFi b/g/n from a nearby laptop or PC.