• Viewsonic ViewPad E70 Interview

    Viewsonic VP Mike Holstein Demos New Android, Windows Tablets

    When I think of tablets, I think of the usual suspects — Apple, Motorola, Asus, HTC, and the like. Viewsonic never really comes to mind, but that hasn’t stopped them from pushing out their own tablets and smartphones, and their VP of Business Development Mike Holstein joined us at CES to show us what the company has been up to. Read More

  • The Viewsonic Viewpad 7x Does 7-inches Of Honeycomb

    Right now there’s no such thing as a 7-inch Honeycomb tablet. There isn’t one on the market. (okay, I looked, but I just know someone is going to link to one in the comments) The Viewsonic Viewpad 7x might be the first one. Pocket-Lint heard through “reliable sources” that said tablet is in the batter’s box, ready to step up to the plate at a Taipei trade conference. Read More

  • ViewSonic President: Tablets Are Replacing Netbooks. Us: Duh.

    Alan Chang, president of the up-and-coming ViewSonic, recently state that he expects tablets to replace 70% of the entrenched netbook market, a move that makes perfect sense. Netbooks were a strange mistake in the long timeline of computing equipment and the formerly niche tablets are about to push netbooks into the shadows. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Viewsonic G 10-Inch Tablet For $279.99

    WOOT! I mean Woot has the Viewsonic G Android tablet for you and yours at the low low price of $279.99. It’s an Android 2.2 device with multi-touch and is very popular with the hacker set as you can basically tear this thing down to the bear metal and install all kinds of junk on it. Would I buy it? No. Should you if you’re trying to experiment? Sure. Product Page Read More

  • ViewSonic To Sell Android/Windows Dual Boot Tablet

    You know you’re doing it wrong when you write this in a press release: The ViewPad 10Pro is a 10″ professional tablet PC with dual boot functionality, offering a quick switch capability between Windows® 7 Professional for business use and Google Android 2.2 for personal and social entertainment. That’s right, friends: meet the ViewPad 10Pro, an odd… Read More

  • The First Of the GarbageTablets (TM) Get Recalled: Staples Pulls Viewsonic GTablets

    The first of the OEM garbagetablets(TM) are being recalled. Staples is pulling the Viewsonic gTablet for manufacturing defects and is “flexing” the laptop display to make it seem like the devices were never there – a very Stalin-esque way of saying these things were junk. Read More

  • Viewsonic Releases Rebranded 3M Camcorder-Projector, 3D Camcorder

    Just what do these guys think they’re trying to pull? I recognized that doodad the second I saw the picture of it. After all, I reviewed it three weeks ago. So, it looks like Viewsonic has put out the same thing and called it the DVP5. I’m going to guess it performs at about the same level. So we’ll move on. Read More

  • Viewsonic Shows Off ViewPad 7 And 10

    A couple months ago, we got wind of Viewsonic’s ViewPad series of Android tablets, and it looks like they weren’t kidding. They really are making tablets. And it turns out that these particular tablets are slightly unlike the others out there. Read More

  • ViewSonic ViewPad 7: The Android 2.2 Tablet That Thinks It's A Phone

    There’s sure to be a deluge of tablets coming out of this year’s IFA show in Berlin. I know I’ve written about the Samsung Galaxy approximately 8,000 times in the past few weeks! So, here’s another: the Viewsonic ViewPad 7. She’s an Android-based tablet, as so many are these days, and she has a 7-inch, 800-480 display. Why are these things popular again? Read More

  • ViewSonic announces 3D ready projector

    ViewSonic announced the latest addition to their family of projectors recently, the PJD6531w. What makes this particular projector interesting is the fact that it displays at 120Hz, enabling it to be used to display those newfangled 3D movies that are so hot right now. The PJD6531w runs at 1280×800, and supports up to 1080p. The fact that it runs in 120Hz means it’ll work with… Read More

  • Review: Viewsonic PJD2121 Projector

    Short Version: The PJD2121 is a portable projector mainly intended for the business user. The display is bright, the colors crisp, and the contrast is high enough that you don’t need to be in a room with blackout curtains to use it. The price is pretty reasonable, too. Read More

  • Viewsonic joins the HTPC fray

    Viewsonic, best known for their displays, has just set their sights on the HTPC market. Jumping in with two models, Viewsonic no doubt hopes to make a good first impression in the home theater PC market, and their first entry looks to be a good way to do that. Read More

  • ViewSonic announces 12-, 13.3-, and 14-inch ‘ViewBook’ ultraportables

    ViewSonic dove headfirst into the ultraportable notebook game yesterday, with the announcement of the “ViewBook” line of 12-, 13-, and 14-inch low voltage machines. Read More

  • Viewsonic gots some inexpensive TVs for you

    About half of all our CrunchDeals are Viewsonic monitors, since they seem to be eternally on sale for crazy prices. In fact, look, there’s a 24″ for $164! But if you’re in the market for a real TV, Viewsonic has you covered too. So covered, in fact, that they released six TVs today just to make sure you had a selection to choose from. You’ve got six models; I’ll… Read More

  • ViewSonic VPC100 all-in-one now shipping to US retailers

    In case you hadn’t heard, ViewSonic — fine purveyor of affordable LCD monitors — has crossed over into the all-in-one desktop market. The company’s new VPC100 is now shipping to US retailers with an MSRP of $599. Read More

  • 120Hz, 3D-enabled DLP projectors coming soon from ViewSonic

    Available in the coming months from ViewSonic are three 3D-enabled DLP projectors (DLP Link and Nvidia 3D-Vision compatible) with 120Hz refresh rates. The PJD6211 and PJD6221 output 1024×768 XGA resolution with up to 2700 lumens and a 2800:1 contrast ratio. Both come with composite, S-Video, VGA inputs and a VGA out. The 6221 includes an RJ45 jack as well. Read More

  • ViewSonic to use Taiwanese/Chinese OEMs, launch handsets in Q3?

    It was only yesterday that Viewsonic announced that they’d be dabbling in handset sales, and the rumors have already started. Cell phone gossip is becoming like celebrity gossip sans the sex tapes. According to Digitimes’ always vague “industry sources” (whether that means someone close to the matter or some dude who bought a cellphone once, we’ll likely never… Read More

  • ViewSonic outs 22-inch 1080p HDTV for $350

    ViewSonic might be known for their line of computer monitors, but their HDTVs aren’t too shabby. Today, they released the VT2230, a 1080p 22-inch LCD for $349. With an 8000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 16:9 aspect ratio and a 1920×1080 native resolution, the VT2230 just might bump my VX2240W out the door. Read More

  • ViewSonic working on a 22-inch notebook, regular netbooks too

    Not the actual notebook, just a bad Photoshop job of a 22-inch ViewSonic monitor and that computer that fits in a keyboard. You’ll need a perfect storm of the following three elements in order to enjoy this bit of news: Must live in China Must like ViewSonic products Must want a netbook or an overwhelmingly large notebook Read More

  • ViewSonic intros 24-inch 1080p TV for $399

    Here’s a relatively affordable full HD TV from ViewSonic. The VT2430 is a 24-inch, 1080p LCD with an ATSC/NTSC/QAM tuner, 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 5ms response time, 300cd/m2 brightness, a VGA input, composite/component/S-Video inputs, and a single HDMI input. The company’s positioning the TV for “the other room,” meaning the bedroom, children’s… Read More