Here we are again looking at a new entry onto the notebook market from ViewSonic. Last time I had my hands on a notebook from ViewSonic it was the Viewbook Pro and the little beast was one fantastic notebook for its class. Today I am having a look at the ViewSonic VNB141.
This notebook shares a familiar resemblance to the Viewbook Pro, but it gives up some of the cool features that machine sported in favor of a larger screen and a simpler design. You get no extra battery or removable optical drive here.
The machine looks good, though, and pairs up well against the more established 14-inch ultraportable competition on paper. How well does it stack up against its peers? Read on for all of the details on the ViewSonic VNB141 notebook.
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