If you read many of my notebook and netbook reviews, you know that I loathe the glare that glossy screens bring with them. Imagine how thrilled I was to open the ViewSonic VPC190 and see a matte screen. The front of the machine also has the webcam.
There is nothing on the bottom of the ViewSonic VPC190. The stand is removable with the three silver screws you see to fit the AIO into the box.
The left side of the AIO has four USB ports, the memory card reader and mic/headphone jacks.
The right side of the machine has the slot loading optical drive.
The backside of the machine has a Kensington lock port, two USB ports, an Ethernet port and some cooling grates.
This is a close up shot of the USB ports and Ethernet jack.
ViewSonic includes a wired mouse and keyboard with the ViewSonic VPC190.
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