ViewSonic® Leads the Way to Smarter, Greener Computing with New PC MiniViewSonic’s VOT125 PC Mini provides compact, energy saving solution for business and home usersWALNUT, Calif. - May 18, 2010ViewSonic® Corp., a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics and communications solutions, today announced that the VOT125 PC Mini – the latest compact and energy efficient computing solutions – is now available for order.Providing an ideal compact and space-saving solution for home and business, the VOT125 provides the ultimate in smarter, greener computing. With a green-centric design, this compact and sleek PC mini uses up to 90% less plastic and consumes up to 90% less energy than traditional tower PCs. With an Intel® ULV processor and 0.6L form factor specifically designed for less power usage, less plastic and less cables, the VOT125 allows green-conscious users to reduce their carbon footprint. And with Windows® 7 installed, the VOT125 presents an ideal product for businesses looking to transition from Windows XP® or Vista®.With a compact design and trim 1.5” x 5.1” x 4.5” specifications, the VOT125 helps create an efficient and clutter-free workspace. Whether placed on the desktop or mounted to the back of an LCD monitor with the included VESA® mount kit, this petite device is an ideal space-saving solution for an organized home or business space.Powered by ultra low voltage, Intel® ULV processors, the VOT125 offers high performance and flexible computing in a compact package. Including 2GB internal memory, 250GB hard drive, four USB 2.0 ports, DVI/HDMI outputs and Ethernet/wireless Internet connections, this model provides powerful and adaptable computing solutions with a green conscience.
ViewSonic has some great monitors-- I wonder why they didn't add one and make this an All-In-One design? Sure, they have one with an 18.5" screen, but this one could have had a flip-up 7" screen, like the Mimo touch screen USB-powered unit. Well, one could always call it $594 and add it yourself.
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