Vizio refreshes its PC lineup: all new models have touchscreens, quad-core CPUs@ 2013/01/06
What's curious is that although Vizio is taking the opportunity to replace most of its PCs, it hasn't actually made any changes to the industrial design. That means, for better or worse, that these new models will probably be quite similar to the PCs we tested just a few months ago. Same all-metal chassis but also, the same flat keyboard. What they do promise is faster performance, along with improved audio. Both the 14- and 15-inch Thin + Light Touch are available in two configurations, one with a Core i7 processor, and the other with AMD's top-of-the-line A10 chip.
Likewise, the 24-inch all-in-one is now the All-in-One Touch, and it, too, will be available in two configurations. If you've been eyeing the 27-inch model, though, that will only be offered with Intel components. As ever, they'll all have that clean, Microsoft Signature install, and almost all will have 1080p screens, save for the 14-inch Thin + Light, which has 1,600 x 900 resolution. No word on pricing, though Vizio says they'll go on sale in mid-February. We'll be back soon enough with hands-on shots but for now, check out some press photos after the break.