The new VOT125 Ultracompact desktop computer is very similar to many of the solutions called “nettop” based on the Atom platform that it has already commercialized Viewsonic models such as the Mini PC-132 with great success and is now evolving towards a concept powerful but low power and therefore low noise.
Essentially, the VOT125 is a little, shiny, black box that measures 1.5” by 5.1” by 4.5”. Within, end-users can find an Intel Celeron SU743 central processing unit, a Celeron SU2300 CPU, a Pentium SU4100 processor or a Core 2 Duo SU7300 chip. It is the chosen CPU that determines the final price, as all other specifications are the same for all models. To be specific, there are 2GB of RAM, a hard drive with 250GB of storage space, Ethernet, WiFi, a 3-in-1 card reader and even VGA and HDMI outputs.
It’s compatible with VESA mounts on the back of TVs or monitors, and a 3-in-1 card reader is integrated. Prices range from $500 to $680, depending on the CPU choice.