ViewSonic intros VOT132 PC mini

ViewSonic-VOT132-PC-miniFollowing the success of its VPC100 All-in-One PC, ViewSonic® Corp., a leading global provider of visual display and computing products, today introduced its VOT132 PC mini. A smarter and greener computing solution, the VOT132 uses up to 80% less energy and up to 45% less plastic than traditional tower PCs, offering consumers a viable alternative computing solution.

ViewSonic intros VOT132 PC mini Weighing just over a pound, the VOT132 PC mini comes standard with the latest Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system and Intel® Atom™ 330 processor. Teamed with 2GB of internal memory and built-in Wi-Fi, the VOT132 is ideal for efficient, home office computing. For those seeking enhanced display performance, the VOT132 also comes equipped with the latest NVIDIA® ION GPU, making it an excellent device for ensuring smooth, 1080p HD display quality for the ultimate multimedia entertainment experience.

“Consumers are demanding green computing devices that offer enough power to serve as their connection to the digital world, while also saving on desktop space,” said Jeff Volpe, vice president and general manager of ViewSonic North America. “Our VOT132 recognizes these needs by serving as both an Internet server and entertainment hub, making massive, energy-guzzling PC towers a thing of the past.”

Consumers can easily attach the VOT132 PC mini to the back of a monitor with the included VESA® mount for an ultra-clean, compact computing solution.

To address the evolving ways consumers are creating and consuming digital content, ViewSonic makes it easy to add on DVD and CD read/write capabilities with the VDD100 Super Multi drive. The optional, attachable drive easily connects to the VOT132 via magnets and fits securely in a desktop stand.

ViewSonic VOT132 PC mini

In conjunction with the launch of Windows® 7, the ViewSonic VOT132 PC mini will be available October 22 for an MSRP of $499. The optional VDD100 Super Multi drive will be available in November for an MSRP of $99.

ViewSonic VOT132 PC mini

Specification:

OPERATING CONDITIONS

Temperature 32–104ºF (0–40ºC)
Humidity 10-80% (non-condensing)
Altitude 0–10,000 ft. (3048 m)

DIMENSIONS

Physical (WxHxD) 7.48″ x 0.98″ x 5.32″ (190mm x 135mm x 24mm)
Carton (W x H x D) 12.2″ x 10.6″ x 2.7″ (310mm x 268mm x 65mm)

WEIGHT

Weight 0.99 lb. (0.5 kg)
Gross 3.1 lb. (1.4 kg)

VESA® MOUNT

75mm x 75mm, 100mm x 100mm

REGULATIONS

UL, cUL, CE, FCC-B, RoHS, EPEAT Silver, ENGERY STAR®

RECYCLE/DISPOSAL

Please dispose of in accordance with local, state or federal laws.

PACKAGE CONTENTS

VOT132, power cord, power adapter, stand, VESA® mounting bracket, System Recovery CD, Driver CD, Quick Start Guide

WARRANTY

1-year limited warranty

CORE

CPU Processor Type Intel® Atom™ 330
CPU Processor Speed 1.6GHz Dual Core, FSB 533MHz
Chipset NVIDIA® MCP7A-ION

MEMORY

2GB DDR2 SDRAM

SOFTWARE

Operating System Windows® 7 Home Premium

HARD DRIVE

Capacity 160GB SATA

COMMUNICATION

Ethernet LAN 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n

INPUT/OUTPUT

USB 2.0 (x6), DVI, HDMI, SPDIF/Mic In, SPDIF Out, RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet LAN, Headphone jack

POWER

Power Adapter: 19V DC; 65W adapter, Power Cord: 3-pin AC Plug

OPTICAL DISK DRIVE

DVD and CD +/– RW Super Multi drive (optional VDD100)


Source:
ViewSonic

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