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As with any other slick, new tech products that arrive on the scene the Dell Zino HD looks like it’s going to have its share of imitators. Viewsonic has released two new nettops – the PC Mini VOT530 and VOT550.

Unlike the Zino, Viewsonic has opted to stick with an Intel CPU. The VOT models include a 2.2GHz Core2 T6600 processor running on the Intel GM45 + ICH9M chipset. The VOT530 bundles 2GB DDR2 memory, a 320GB 2.5″ SATA hard drive, and a DVD-burner while the VOT550 gets bumped to 4GB DDR2, a 500GB hard drive, and a Blu-ray/DVD-burner combo drive.

Both run Windows 7 home premium and have one serious shortcoming: lack of an HDMI port. Even with Intel graphics on the VOTs, I’d still expect a box like this to include single-cable hookup to a desktop monitor or HDTV.

They’re both on sale now at Amazon – $652.99 for the VOT530 and $865.99 for the VOT550.

via Netbooked

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2 replies on “Viewsonic intros two new Dell Zino-style nettops powered by Core2 T6600”

  1. Yeah, if you’re going to go for something branded like that, you might as well go with the Mac mini, unless you are wedded to Windows. The specs on the Mac are ever so slightly higher in everything but harddrive space, where they are lower. I think Viewsonic is just trying to move monitors with that particular branding thing. And the price difference might have to do in part with the fact that the Newegg computer might not have an OS.

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