Viewsonic enters the netbook market

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Viewsonic enters the netbook market

ViewSonic has ventured further into the PC market, launching its first netbook market, the VNB101.

Viewsonic's netbook is 2.5cm thick and weighs 1.1kg with a 10 inch TFT Active Matrix LED-backlit display.

The VNB101 runs on an Intel Atom N280 processor, plus 1GB memory, 160GB and Microsoft Windows XP Home and comes equipped with wireless WiFi 802.11 b/g, 10/100 Ethernet and built-in Bluetooth.

VIewsonic said the netbook has a battery life of around 2.5 hours.

The vendor claimed the VNB101 features scratch resistance with a high-shine finish.

Meanwhile, Nokia also launched its first netbook in the Australian market.

The ViewSonic VNB101 is available at mass merchant retailer, Clive Peeters  (Rick Hart in Western Australia) from September 2009 for a recommended retail price of $699.

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