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Viewbook Notebook PC

We have collected and analyzed 4 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 63/100. The average review date is Mar 10, 2010. We have compared these reviews to 450371 reviews from other Laptops. The alaScore™ for this product is 79/100 = Good. Last update: Apr 23, 2014.

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Viewsonic ViewBook 130 review

 

A well-made and highly usable CULV machine with a stunning LED screen

Excellent keyboard ; Good ortability ; Connectivity ; Build quality

Limited erformance ; Reflective screen coating

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Viewsonic ViewBook 130 review

 

If you're looking for something a bit bigger than a netbook, but can't afford a full-on ultra-portable, Viewsonic's ViewBook 130 could be of interest. This 13.3in laptop weighs 1.5kg, so it's light enough to carry around all day.

A thin and elegant ultra-portable, it's let down by poor performance and short battery life.

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Viewsonic ViewBook 130 ultra-slim laptop

 

Very skinny 13.3in laptop that delivers much that the MacBook Air fails to.

But I don’t want to sound too harsh. The ViewBook is actually quite a nice little laptop: it’s light and easy to carry, and perfectly adequate for day-to-day tasks. Its main weakness is that it simply seems a bit over-priced when compared to other...

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ViewSonic ViewBook 130 review

 

ViewSonic's ViewBook 130 is a half-price take on the MacBook Air – but will it have only half the style, performance and build quality?

Mock-metal plastic isn’t unusual in the sub-£1000 laptop price band but be aware that the ViewBook is trading on the prestige of a certain laptop hewn from more durable aluminium. Despite pretensions of mixing with the upmarket ultraportables, the...

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