ViewSonic has been in the computer display market for a long time, but has only recently stepped into the computer market. The company has a few ultraportable machines that include some really good models and a few that aren't so great.
Along with the ultraportable market, ViewSonic also entered into the All in One (AIO) market as well with a line of AIO machines that are based on netbook hardware. Today I am looking at one such machine with the ViewSonic VPC190.
This AIO machine has some interesting features and is a slim and compact machine. If you are in the market for a new computer and you think an AIO might do the trick for you, read along as I see what the ViewSonic VPC190 is made of.
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