ViewSonic VPC190, VOT125 PC mini, VOT132 PC Mini charm audiences at CES 2010

January 10, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran


CES 2010 has proved to be a perfect platform for ViewSonic to showcase a couple of PCs that promise to charm. The sneak peeks in fact at the ViewSonic podium have been wow moments, to say the least.

ViewSonic put on show its new VPC190, an 18.5-inch all-in-one PC that comes powered by a dual-core 1.66GHz Pine Trail Atom chip and Draft-N Wi-Fi. The VPC190 sports 2GB of RAM, six USBs and a slot-in DVD writer. The maker has also preloaded the VPC190 with Windows 7 Home Premium onto the 160GB hard drive. ViewSonic plans to start shipping the new all-in-PC in March for prices starting at $599. The VPC190 would have features such as 4-in-1 memory card reader, an Ethernet port and would come to the market in 24 and 21.5-inch versions too.

The ViewSonic pavilion also had on show the VOT125 PC mini that comes powered by Intel ULV processors. Sporting 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive with Windows Home Premium, four USB 2.0 inputs, a 3-in-1 card reader, a DVI-I connection and an HDMI output, the device can also be VESA-mounted on the back of a monitor or TV. To start shipping in March, the company would sell the VOT125 PC mini for prices ranging from $499 to $679. Besides these two PCs, ViewSonic also had on the showcase an almost similar VOT132 PC Mini. The difference we found is that added graphics processing power has been thrown in making it more appealing. Powered by a dual-core 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor coupled with the NVIDIA Ion platform, the VOT132 PC Mini sports 2GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive and Windows 7 Home Premium. ViewSonic has also added a DVD burner, which comes optional. The device comes for a price of around $500.

(Via Electronista)

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