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Viewsonic goes Official with Power Sipping VOT125 Nettop

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 | Viewsonic Nettops with No Comments »

Viewsonic VOT125 Nettop

Viewsonic showed us this little VOT125 nettop way back at CES in January, but there weren’t many details and we hadn’t heard anything since.  Well, today the company’s officially announced the VOT125 PC Mini today and it looks pretty good.   Viewsonic prmotes it as  as a space-saving PC, and emphasizes the ‘greeness’ of it – ie. low power consumption and ViewSonic says that the VOT125 uses up to 90 percent less plastic than similar nettops, and consumes up to 90 percent less power, making use of a range of ultra low power Intel ULV CPUs.

So the specs:  The VOT125 boasts 2GB of memory, a 250GB hard drive, four USB 2.0 ports, plus DVI / HDMI. You can grab one up starting today, and it’s got a starting price of $499.

The computer can handle a number of recent Intel CULV chips, including:

  • Intel Celeron 743 single core CPU
  • Intel Celeron SU2300 dual core CPU
  • Intel Pentium Dual Core Su4100 CPU
  • Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 CPU

All four versions are bundled with Intel GMA4500MHD graphics.

Check out the full PR after the break.

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Hands on with the Viewsonic VOT 120 and VOT 121 nettops

Saturday, August 1st, 2009 | Nettop Reviews, New Nettops, Viewsonic Nettops with No Comments »

Viewsonic has launched a new range of nettops, including this pair, the ViewSonic VOT120 and VOT121. Both of these tiny nettops that can be mounted to the back of your computer monitor, or television monitor.

Spec-wise, the VOT120 and VOT121 feature Draft-N WiFi, and a DVI output port to connect to your monitor. Somewhat oddly, they also include an eSata port to connect external storage.

The VOT120 is based on Intel’s Atom processor, while the VOT121 packs more of a punch with Intel’s CULV platform.