Viewsonic Announces 3 Low Cost PCs

Viewsonic, taking the two hot issues into consideration perhaps, has unveiled 3 low-cost, web-centric PCs that can surely be up for consideration. With the hard times we are in, saving each penny from the technological equipment we have is a must and Viewsonic seems to be adhering to these barriers as far as satisfying the demands of techie geeks today.

The line includes its first netbook, the VieBook, as well as an all-in-one and the ViePC Attached PC, which are aimed at, “assisting with the transformation of desktop PCs evolving into Web-centric displays that communicate to software applications running in the Internet”.

The VieBook netbook comes with
• 1GB of memory
• 160GB hard drive
• Ethernet LAN connection
• Wi-Fi capability
• Bluetooth compatible

Features include a 1.3-megapixel Web cam, a four-in-one card reader, three hours of battery life and Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition.
• The all-in-one VPC100
• Intel’s Atom 1.6GHz processor
• 1GB of memory
• 160GB hard drive
• Ethernet
• Wi-Fi capabilities
• 1.3-megapixel Web cam

Other features include a 16x DVD+/-RW drive, integrated stereo speakers, a three-in-one card reader and Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition.

The ViePC Attached PC is a PC box that can be attached to the back of any VESA-compatible monitor. It has the same processing, memory and hard-drive specifications as the other two models. Its connectivity options are the same as well, save for the added VGA output, serial port and four USB ports.