Viewsonic VNB101

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 11 recensioni su Viewsonic VNB101. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.3/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.0/5 per altri prodotti. I commenti su design e qualità fabbricazione sono generalmente positive. In aggiunta, tastiera e portabilità ottengono buoni commenti. Si possono individuare lamentele circa il touchpad.

schermo, portabilità, tastiera, qualità fabbricazione, design

durata batteria, touchpad, efficienza energetica

Abbiamo analizzato differenti valutazioni di esperti ed clienti, età del prodotto ed altri elementi. A confronto con altri prodotti, Viewsonic VNB101 ha ottenuto un alaScore™ complessivo di 82/100 = qualità Molto buono.

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Recensione esperto da : Elias Plastiras (goodgearguide.com.au)

ViewSonic VNB101 netbook

 

ViewSonic's VNB101 is a 1.1kg netbook that ultimately fails to satisfy

Dual-booting (Windows XP and Linpus Lite), touchpad with gesture support, relatively nice design

Audible cooling fan, only two USB 2.0 ports, awkwardly positioned SD card slot, comparatively short battery life

If you're looking for a thin and light netbook, ViewSonic's 1.1kg VNB101 does have some merit, but it also has a few drawbacks. You only get two USB 2.0 ports, its SD card slot is located in an awkward position, and its battery life was short of two...

09/2009

Recensione esperto da : Tech Staff (techradar.com)

ViewSonic VNB101 review

 

The monitor manufacturer steps up its game and enters the netbook race

Good build quality ; Bluetooth

Power ; Battery life ; Screen

This netbook fails to match the current competition on all the major points and unfortunately we cannot recommend it

10/2009

Recensione esperto da : Elias Plastiras (pcworld.idg.com.au)

ViewSonic VNB101 netbook

 

ViewSonic's VNB101 is a 1.1kg netbook that ultimately fails to satisfy

Dual-booting (Windows XP and Linpus Lite), touchpad with gesture support, relatively nice design

Audible cooling fan, only two USB 2.0 ports, awkwardly positioned SD card slot, comparatively short battery life

09/2009

Recensione esperto da : Craig Simms (cnet.com.au)

ViewSonic VNB101

 

Portable, like any netbook. A tiny bit lighter than the norm due to the smaller battery.

Poor battery life. Uses Sentelic touchpad.

The netbook market is so tight, you need some sort of competitive advantage to stand above the crowd. ViewSonic brings a standard netbook with two negatives instead — poor battery life and a bad touchpad.

10/2010

Recensione esperto da (expertreviews.co.uk)

Viewsonic VNB101 review

 

It would be easy to dismiss ViewSonic's VNB101 as just another netbook. There's little in the specification that stands out, with the usual 1.6GHz Atom N280 processor, 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard disk, Windows XP Home Edition and 10.2in screen.

A smart, well-built netbook with a great screen and comfortable keyboard. It's just a shame that its battery life isn't longer.

09/2009

Recensione esperto da : David Ludlow (expertreviews.co.uk)

ViewSonic VNB101 review

 

A smart, well-built netbook with a great screen and comfortable keyboard. It's just a shame that its battery life isn't longer.

09/2009

Recensione esperto da : Elias Plastiras (techadvisor.co.uk)

ViewSonic VNB101 review

 

It runs Windows XP, but the ViewSonic VNB101 also has a version of Linux installed that you can boot into quickly if you don't need to use anything more than web-based applications.

If you're looking for a thin and light netbook, the 1.1kg ViewSonic VNB101 does have some merit, but it also has a few drawbacks. You only get two USB 2.0 ports, its SD card slot is located in an awkward position, and its battery life was short of two...

09/2009

Recensione esperto da : ZDNet (zdnet.com)

ViewSonic VNB101

 

The netbook market is so tight, you need some sort of competitive advantage to stand above the crowd. ViewSonic brings a standard netbook with two negatives instead — poor battery life and a bad touchpad.

Portable, like any netbook, A tiny bit lighter than the norm due to the smaller battery

Poor battery life, Uses Sentelic touchpad

09/2009

Recensione esperto da (channel5.com)

Viewsonic VNB101

 

The Viewsonic VNB101 is yet another 10.1-inch netbook with so-so specs. So, it that packs in an Intel Atom N280 processor, 1024MB of RAM and 160GB hard drive but manages to be lighter than most at just 1.1kg. It runs Windows XP but Viewsonic has been...

The Viewsonic VNB101 has a great screen and we like the use of Linux as well as Windows but the keyboard is a drag and overall performance is less than impressive. Overall, there are simply better value netbooks out there. Viewsonic VNB101 is tagged...

10/2009

Recensione esperto da : Craig Simms (zdnet.com.au)

ViewSonic VNB101

 

The netbook market is so tight, you need some sort of competitive advantage to stand above the crowd. ViewSonic brings a standard netbook with two negatives instead - poor battery life and a bad touchpad.

Portable, like any netbook, A tiny bit lighter than the norm due to the smaller battery

Poor battery life, Uses Sentelic touchpad

The netbook market is so tight, you need some sort of competitive advantage to stand above the crowd. ViewSonic brings a standard netbook with two negatives instead — poor battery life and a bad touchpad.

09/2009
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