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ViewSonic today began shipping the ViewBook Pro VNB131, its first CULV-based ultraportable. The 13-inch system shown at CES is targeted at the high-end of the new category and comes in an aluminum body with a multi-touch trackpad. In a rarity, it carries a built-in DVD burner and 8 hours of battery life despite weighing 3.6 pounds and measuring about 1 inch thick.
ViewSonic on Thursday showed an 8.9-inch tablet PC powered by the Android operating system at a press conference in Beijing. The VTablet 101 is one of the fastest Android devices yet with a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor for general computing and a separate NVIDIA Tegra T20 chipset for graphics-intensive applications. The display has a 1024x800 resolution and 3D graphics capability, while the device otherwise sports 4GB of built-in storage.