VIEWSONIC VOT132 PC MINI NVIDIA CHIPSET DRIVER DETAILS:
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VIEWSONIC VOT132 PC MINI NVIDIA CHIPSET DRIVER
We didn't spot a single icon for trialware or other junk we didn't want.
ViewSonic VOT NVIDIA Ion Nettop - Redefining Small Size and Power Usage
The final nicety is But could it play it? Performance We've tested Ion-based machines before and had mixed results.
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The VOT is no different in that regard, but in general we found it to be a solid performer. Within a few minutes we had it online and connected wirelessly to our Windows Home Server machine, from which we pulled a variety of clips at various resolutions.
DVDs also played back perfectly full-screen. Flash-based content from the internet was a little less perfect.
YouTube videos full-screen in HD looked great, but high-res Hulu clips stuttered a bit -- watchable, but hardly the silky experience at YouTube. We also pulled up the streaming versions of The Prisoner over at AMC's site and, though those episodes appeared to be the lowest-resolution footage of the bunch, they seemed to play the worst.
Again it wasn't unwatchable, but it did mean Rover lost some of his characteristic fluidity. General Windows performance was quite snappy. Again we were working with a perfectly clean install of the OS, so who knows how things will be once mired down with a few months of clutter, but all applications opened quickly, everything was snappy, and even ViewSonic VOT132 PC Mini Nvidia Chipset 3D gaming was possible.
If you're an MMO addict you'll find most games with lower-end visuals will be playable here -- just don't get too greedy with those sliders in the graphics options. It's small enough to fit, powerful enough to handle high-res content, and can even bear the burden of DVD playback duties.
Flash streaming was a little hit-or-miss but overall was acceptable. Sadly, though, there is a catch: The tech industry call these new small computers 'nettops', piggybacking off the name of the netbook computer; which became famous due to its low-power consumption, low-price and small size.
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These desktop netbook type things, or nettops as we call them, were the next logical step for low-cost computing after the great success Intel saw when it launched and sold truckloads of its Atom processors. These nettop systems will not render you any new ViewSonic VOT132 PC Mini Nvidia Chipset records or the like, nor will they play the latest games at high quality graphics settings and they for sure won't be used for anything remotely intensive. That is the thing, though; once you understand the nettop for its intended purpose, you begin to grow to appreciate this small platform PC.
It's kind of like a fine Barossa Valley red wine you adore now, but screwed your face up to when you were younger. an Intel Atom processor being driven by NVIDIA's ION GPU chipset Viewsonic boasts that the VOT PC Mini is a smarter and more.
ViewSonic VOT NVIDIA Ion Nettop - Redefining Small Size and Power Usage NVIDIA helped improve the taste of that red wine with its Ion chipset it is the VOT NVIDIA Ion nettop or 'PC mini computer' as called by.