Vizio also shows Windows 8 range

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Vizo has shown off its range of Windows 8 machines, which includes ultrabooks and all-in-one PCs.

They have 3 15.6 inch laptops and one 14 inch entry-level notebook and also 3 three different All-in-one PCs.

The  14-inch screened notebook has a 1600 x 900 pixel resolution, 1.7 Ghz Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD, plus an Intel HD 4000 graphics card, an HDMI-out, Bluetooth and a webcam. The device sports a 7 hour battery life, is 16mm and 1.55 kgs and is priced at $849.

Next are two 15.6-inch Thin + Light ultrabooks both have 1080p displays, with either a combination of a 1.7GHz Core i5/4GB RAM/128GB SSD, or a 1.9GHz Core i7/4GB RAM/256GB SSD,  priced at $899 and $1,199 respectively. The devices are 17mm thick and 1.76 kgs heavy.

Lastly  the 15.6-inch Notebook comes with an Intel Core i7, quad-core 2.3GHz processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB/32GB SSD combo and is priced at $1,199 .

The three All-in-One Touch PCs available with either a 24-inch or 27-inch LED display, each with a 1080p resolution. The touch screens come with 10 finger recognition but the devices are also supplied with touch pads.

There are three different touchscreen models available, differentiated by their processor, starting with the basic 2.4GHz Intel Core i3 and 2.5GHz Core i5 in the 24-inch PCs, and moving up to the quad-core, 2.4GHz Core i7 in the range-topping 27-inch All-in-One Touch PC.

The 27-inch system has 8GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive backed up by a 32GB SSD to increase performance, two HDMI ports, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a Nvidia GeForce GT 640MLE graphics card.

The 24-inch PCs get either 4GB or 6GB of RAM, loose the 32GB SSD and change the graphics card for an Intel HD 4000. All three come with the touchpad and keyboard, plus a 2.1 audio system with a standalone subwoofer and SRS Premium Sound HD.

The basic 24-inch touch PC starts at $999, moving to $1,199 before topping out at $1,539 for the 27-inch model.

The PCs are listed as coming soon on Vizio’s website, and should be available around the release of Windows 8.

Via DigitalTrends.com

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  • alukard

    If only these were the only manufacturers making windows computers, or at least the standard.

    • JohnCz

      Style yes but be careful what you wish for, Vizio’s keyboard and trackpad have been said to be poorly designed and even unresponsive. The all-in-one looks interesting but doesn’t seem to be capability of repositioning it in a more touch centric way like many of the competing all-in-one’s can.