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The ViewSonic ViewPad 10e is an Android tablet for under £200 with a similar 9.7in screen to the original iPad.
£199 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VSD241 is a 24-inch touch-sensitive monitor with Android that doesn't do the Google OS justice. Here's our ViewSonic VSD241 review.
£500 inc VAT
As a 4K television combined with a set-top box, the Viewsonic VX2880ml performs well. It works less well as a computer monitor due to its unacceptably low 30 Hz…
£400 inc VAT
For people who want a portable media player but don't want to break the bank, ViewSonic offers the ViewSonic VPD400 MovieBook HD.
£92 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VG1930wm is a widescreen monitor that runs at a native resolution of 1,440x900. It isn’t the most exciting-looking screen, but it makes up for this in…
£250 inc VAT
The ViewSonic ViewPad 10 is a 10in tablet with two strings to its bow - using an Intel Atom processor, it can boot into either Windows 7 or Android 1.6.
£425 inc VAT
Everyone loves a big screen, and that's exactly what the ViewSonic VPC100 All-in-One desktop PC delivers (the screen is 18.5 inches).
£339 inc VAT
Meant to take the realism of games one notch higher, the Viewsonic VX2268wm - aka the 3D FuHzion - is not a run-of-the-mill monitor.
£221 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VX2433wm is a widescreen, 24in LCD monitor made with multimedia in mind.
£201 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VNB101 netbook won't turn many heads, but it's a decent, albeit quirky, little laptop for users who want something small and reasonably easy to use.
£288 inc VAT
ViewSonic's ViewBook 130 is a half-price take on the MacBook Air – but will it have only half the style, performance and build quality?
£649 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VG2427wm, a 24in widescreen LCD monitor, performed well in our image quality tests.
£207 inc VAT
ViewSonic's 19in VX1962wm LCD monitor boasts a resolution of 1680x1050, which is normally reserved for 22in displays. Combined with a stylish design, good image…
£145 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VG2436wm-LED is a 23.6in monitor from the value display brand, equipped with a pivoting stand
£195 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VX2739wm is a relatively inexpensive 27in monitor that offers reasonable image quality.
£263 inc VAT
The ViewSonic ViewPad 7 is a 7in tablet in the mold of Samsung's smaller copy of the Apple iPad, the Galaxy Tab - and likewise equipped with Google's Android 2.2…
£399 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VEB620 is an ebook reader with 6in black-and-white e-paper screen and 2GB of onboard flash storage.
£199 inc VAT
ViewSonic's VP2250wb is a decent consumer-level display, but its narrow viewing angle limits the display's usefulness in a collaborative setting.
£252 inc VAT
ViewSonic’s new professional-level 22in monitor has excellent colour reproduction but is let down by poor viewing angles
£254 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VP2765-LED's image quality isn’t bad for a professional-grade monitor, but there are better and cheaper options available.
£350 inc VAT
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