ViewSonic is most known for its range of TVs, PC displays and digital picture frames. The company has been making all sorts of computer displays for years now and has just started branching out into the notebook arena. Interestingly, the ViewSonic ViewBook Pro at first glance doesn't look like a freshman offering.
In fact, if you look at the ViewSonic ViewBook Pro too quickly, you might actually mistake the thing for an Apple MacBook Pro. The minimalist design, silver on black colors and elegant looks of the machine certainly appeal to the same senses that draw many to the MacBook line.
The ViewSonic ViewBook Pro packs lots of features into a machine in its sub-$1000 price range and there are lots of road warriors out there who need to sit up and take notice. The ViewSonic ViewBook Pro is on the test bench today, so let's check it out.
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