ViewSonic announced the ViewBook VNB102 netbook

ViewSonic-VNB102-ViewBookViewSonic® Corp., a leading global provider of visual display and computing products, today expanded its mobile computing line with its VNB102 ViewBook™. Bundling the convenience of a compact netbook with the latest Windows® 7 operating system and a long lasting six cell battery, the 10” VNB102 ViewBook offers consumers all the power and portability they demand.

This netbook’s 1024×600 LED panel offers consumers the high quality display experience they have come to expect from ViewSonic. Perfectly suited for working on documents or viewing photos with its 3-in-1 card reader, the VNB102 comes standard with the latest Windows 7 Starter operating system, an Intel® Atom™ N270 processor, 1GB internal memory and a 160GB hard drive.

ViewSonic VNB102 ViewBook

Partnering a thin, stylish design with built-in 802.11b/g wireless connectivity and a VGA output port, the VNB102 is perfect for surfing the Web on the generous 10” display or full screen home monitor. For added convenience and ease-of-use, the VNB102 also offers a six cell battery for up to 6 hours of computing, along with three USB ports and a two button touchpad.

ViewSonic VNB102 ViewBook

“To meet the needs of our 30 million customers, we are pleased to offer a range of mobile products that take digital experiences on the road,” said Jeff Volpe, vice president and general manager of ViewSonic Americas. “With the addition of the VNB102 ViewBook, we are confident that we have the right solution for our customers, whether it’s an all-in-one PC or PC Mini for at home computing, or an ultra-portable netbook for mobile computing needs.”

ViewSonic VNB102 ViewBook

The VNB102 will be available December 18 for an MSRP of $399. For more information on the VNB102, visit http://www.viewsonic.com/.

ViewSonic VNB102 ViewBook

Additional ViewBook computing offerings are scheduled for availability in early 2010.

Source: ViewSonic

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