ViewSonic PC Mini 132 / VOT132



ViewSonic PC Mini 132 / VOT132

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By Hardware Central on 73

It's thin, but it's no thin client: 's VOT132 ($449 at ViewSonic's online store) is one of the smallest PCs you can buy -- it weighs a pound and measures 5.3 by 7.5 by 1 inches, about the size of a trade paperback or a bit slimmer than a...

By on 70

While the VOT 132’s media capabilities are excellent and the dual core Atom processor makes multi-tasking a lot more realistic, there is a big flaw with the VOT 132 though: the amount of noise it makes. The slim line cooling fan mounted atop both...

By 5FWD on 80

We like the Viewsonic VOT132 PC Mini, but knowing that a similarly specced Acer Aspire Revo upgrade is nearing release, we'd definitely hold tight on the wallet until the verdict is in on it. Right now, the Viewsonic VOT132 PC Mini doesn't offer...

By on 60

A decent little nettop let down by its lack of under telly...

By PC Advisor on 80

The concept of a nettop with more power is good, although we hoped the combination of dual-core Atom, 2GB of RAM and nVidia graphics chip would put a clearer gap between this and a regular netbook. As it was, better graphics can be found on the Asus...

By IT Reviews on

You need to factor in the cost of a mouse, keyboard and TFT display when you're considering the price of the ViewSonic PC mini 132, but no matter how you cut it the ViewSonic represents good value for money. The Atom processor is relatively slow but...

By ComputerPowerUser on

In the ’90s, the term “book PC” was a euphemism for a small form-factor PC that was about the same size as a book . . . if the book happened to be an unabridged Webster’s dictionary. The ViewSonic VOT132 is a “nettop PC”...

By Engadget on

The VOT132, especially with the VDD100 drive, makes for an ideal machine to connect to your home entertainment center. It's small enough to fit, powerful enough to handle high-res content, and can even bear the burden of DVD playback duties. Flash...

International Review By TodoHTPC on 100

Lo primero que sorprende de este Nettop es su estética y su reducido tamaño. No es de extrañar que lo haya creado Foxconn, fabricante de equipos para Apple. El hardware que incorpora es más que suficiente para la reproducción de...