Inexpensive and small, microSD expansion, TV video output
Supercheap price tag, Bright 4.3inch screen, Outputs 720p HD to big screen, Holds an awful lot of entertainment
Appealing price; decent audio and video file support.
Difficult to use navigational buttons, Poor internal speakers
Confusing navigation, No HDMI option, Remote is slow, No touchscreen or WiFi
Underwhelming design; difficult to navigate; no touchscreen; weak internal speaker; no AAC support; missing features.
By TechReviewSource on May 17, 2010
Portable media players have become increasingly popular, especially with the Apple iPhone & iPad and the Zune HD, but the ViewSonic VPD400 MovieBook HD offers what those done: a cheap price and a multimedia options. The VPD400 allows you to...70
By Big Picture Big Sound on January 14, 2010
If ViewSonic is expecting the VPD400 to be all things to all people, they are going to disappoint a few of those patrons. A lack of good navigation and online features/upgrades makes it hard for this device to keep up with the iPods, Zunes and even...-
By Trusted Reviews on January 12, 2010
Say Portable Media Player (PMP) and most people think Apple, Creative, Archos or iRiver, but there are many other players intent on grabbing a piece of the market. One of these is Viewsonic, better known for monitors and projectors, and which...70
By IT Reviews on December 22, 2009
This is a good little video and audio player with lots of extras and a clear, bright screen. While it's not as easy to operate as a touchscreen device, and a replaceable battery would be more convenient, it does a lot for a relatively modest outlay...-
By Macworld on December 13, 2009
The ViewSonic VPD400 MovieBook HD has a wallet-friendly price tag, but it omits a lot of features. While not everybody needs Wi-Fi or apps with their portable media player, a touchscreen is absolutely necessary on a device like this. The navigational...60