Vizio is a company best known for their success in the low-cost TV market. Today it is making its debut in the computer market with the release of two all-in-one PCs and thin-and-light laptops.
Vizio's line consists of the VIZIO All-in-One, VIZIO Notebook and the VIZIO Thin + Light models.
Starting at $898, VIZIO All-in-One PC offers features 24" or 27" Full HD 1080p displays, subwoofer for 2.1 surround sound audio with SRS Premium Sound HD and dual HDMI inputs. It has Intel Ivy Bridge at the core, NVIDIA's Kepler GPU and Windows 7 OS, upgradable to Windows 8 in autumn.
The wireless keyboard, wireless touchpad with multi-touch gesture support, remote control and subwoofer with integrated power supply makes the VIZIO All-in-One PC easy on the eyes.
The VIZIO Notebook, starting at $898, comes with a
15.6" Full HD 1080p display, performance-tuned audio with SRS Premium Sound HD and a long-lasting battery.
The machine's slim profile is made possible by an anodized aluminum unibody construction that lends itself to strength and durability. Smart technlogies include a concealed passive heat venting that pulls in cool air to reduce the need for noisy and unnecessary grills and fans.
VIZIO Thin + Light is the company's first ultrabook. Starting at $898, the ultrabook has 14" HD+ or 15.6" Full HD displays, SRS Premium Sound HD and full-size HDMI outputs.