Viewsonic VNB131 ViewBook Pro

ViewSonic outs  its first ULV notebook  – the VNB131 ViewBook Pro. The 13.3-inch VNB131 is only an inch thick and  offers TFT LED backlit (1280×800) screen ULV SU7300 Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Intel GS45 + 1CH9M chipset, 2GB DDR2, 320GB HDD and 6 cell battery, which sustain for up to 8 hours.

Other features include, a 802.11b/g/n wireless, two USB 2.0 ports, a 7-in-1 card reader, HDMI and VGA connections, 1.3 megapixel camera and Windows 7 Home Premium OS. Beside  cell battery, the notebook has an option for  an extra 3 cell battery that can be interchanged with the removable DVD ODD for an additional four hours of battery life – for a total of up to 12 hours.. The ViewSonic VNB131 ViewBook Pro is  available for an MSRP of $949.

ViewSonic VNB131 ViewBook Pro

“Our mobile and desktop PC products range in size and functionality in order to meet every individuals’ computing needs,” said Sally Wang, ViewSonic’s senior director of product marketing. “With our ULV VNB131 ViewBook Pro, mobile warriors get all the power they need, packaged to go in a lean, green design.”

Source: Viewsonic

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