Netbooks still continue to be popular, just ask Acer and ASUS who own the market and who have literally flogged millions of units in the past few years. Reports have surfaced recently that netbook orders are slowing, but that doesn't stop more and more companies coming out with new models on almost a daily basis.
ViewSonic is a company you would likely associate with monitors, but the Taiwanese company has had its nose in new various different businesses for a little while now and one of those is computers. ViewSonic produce a range of regular laptops, but also got in on the netbook thing when Intel released its first Atom processor.
Now that Intel's new Pinetrail netbook platform is out on the market, the one with the Atom N450 processor with built-in graphics and memory controller for better battery life, ViewSonic is also out with a new netbook built on the same platform.
Today we get a close-up look at the ViewSonic VNB108. It may only be on sale in Asian markets, but it promises some lovely worded features such as 802.11n wireless networking, an advanced anti-glare LED screen and Windows 7 support. But how does it really perform?
Follow us over the next few pages as we attempt to give you an answer! It does have a really competitive price, so we are keen to check it out.