ViewSonic VEB620



ViewSonic VEB620

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The ViewSonic VEB620 does one thing well which is display the text of ebooks. We prefer the simplicity of the ViewSonic over more technically crammed e-ink devices. It’s no match for an iPad, but it holds its own amongst rival readers. At...

By PC Advisor on

Viewsonic's VEB620 is another entry into the emerging electronic book reader market, and offers a good feature set for anybody interesting in reading text on an electronic device. In many ways there's nothing really out of the ordinary here, the...

By Macworld UK on

Given ViewSonic’s penchant for monitors it might at first sight seem a little odd that its e-reader debut is to launch a pair of standard, 16 greyscale E-Ink devices, the VEB620 and VEB625, rather than going for colour. But E-Ink’s displays...

By RegHardware on

It's got an excellent screen, but an annoying interface and problems dealing with some eBooks make it hard to recommend....

By Expert Reviews on

The ViewSonic VEB620 ereader is far from being the best ereader we've used. The processor is slow and the build feels second rate. Add in the relatively high price and we'd suggest you shop around rather than plumping for this offering....

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