VIZIO unveils new PC line-up

The US company VIZIO has announced a new line of Windows 8-based PCs that consists of a total of 7 models and is ready to tackle the latest software out there.

The new machines come with either 14-inch, 15.6-inch, 24-inch or 27-inch 10-finger capacitive touch displays and offer Intel and AMD processors. Divided in two sub-lines – Thin + Light and All-in-One – the new VIZIO Touch PCs offer the latest in the hardware world.

The VIZIO Touch Thin + Light models come with either 14-inch or 15.6-inch touch displays, Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge or AMD A10 APU processors, the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology for blazing fast data transfer and Microsoft Signature – all packed in an ultra thin and sleek chassis.

The All-in-One line offers models with 24-inch or 27-inch displays at Full HD resolution, 802.11ac Wi-Fi for the fastest in the wireless data transfer, dual HDMI inputs, a remote control, an enhanced 2.1 audio system, a wireless keyboard and a multi-gesture touchpad.

The latest VIZIO PCs are available for pre-order now at VIZIO’s web site. Pricing ranges from USD 1089.99 to USD 1549.99.

Source: VIZIO

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