Vizio Unveils Holiday PC Lineup

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Vizio Unveils Holiday PC Lineup


Vizio-2012-PCs-small.jpgVIZIO recently announced its holiday line-up of Windows 8-based PCs, highlighted by a 24" and 27" All-in-One Touch PC with 10-finger capacitive touchscreen displays. Equipped with full HD 1080p displays and a 2.1 audio system with subwoofer, the VIZIO All-in-One Touch PC brings entertainment directly to the user's fingertips. 

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Along with the introduction of the 24" and 27" All-in-One Touch PCs, VIZIO's PC lineup includes two Ultrabooks and a Notebook - the VIZIO 14" and 15.6" Thin + Light and 15.6" Notebook. Both the Thin + Light and Notebook models feature an enhanced multi-gesture touchpad that allows users the ability to navigate Windows 8's touch-centric features using the same swipe, tap and pinch gestures as they would on the screen of the All-in-One PC.

Leveraging its HDTV background, VIZIO developed these PCs with picture quality in mind, as well as high contrast and wider viewing angles at the forefront. The custom-tuned SRS Premium Sound HD audio system delivers reportedly rich, resonant sound. In addition, select models feature NVIDIA Kepler-Class GeForce GPU graphics for those who need the added performance boost of discrete graphics processing.

The PC line-up uses the third generation Intel Core processors, with the Thin + Light starting at $849 and the All-in-One Touch PCs starting at $998. The 15.6" Notebook is also available, offering maximum performance along with the Full HD display, starting at $1,129.

Consumers can find the VIZIO All-in-One Touch PCs with Windows 8 on VIZIO.com as well as at key retailers such as Walmart, Walmart.com, Sam's Club, Amazon.com and MicrosoftStore.com this holiday. The VIZIO Thin + Lights are now available on Amazon.com.

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