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ViewSonic ViewBook 130

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the keyboard and connectivity. The design and usability are also appreciated, whereas views are divided on the screen. The battery and price get less positive opinions.

durability, usability, design, connectivity, keyboard

price, battery

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the ViewSonic ViewBook 130 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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Viewsonic ViewBook 130 review

 

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

Excellent keyboard ; Good portability ; Connectivity ; Build quality

Limited performance ; 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

 

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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