By Shailesh Shrivastava | Apr 01, 2013 09:47 AM EDT
Vizio unveiled its new lineup of PCs during this year's International CES, and the pricing and availability of the PCs are now available.
Vizio announced the availability and the pricing of its new products on its website.
The company has released the Thin + Light models that are going to come with AMD (A10) or Intel (Core i7) processors, with 15.6-inch full HD or 14-inch HD+ multi-gesture touch screens. The company also says that the battery life of the PCs will also be advanced with other features.
"The Vizion Thin + Light Touch packs the power and performance of a desktop into a slim aluminum design that goes wherever you do. Beneath its striking surface, entertainment-enhancing features like HD+ and Full HD touchscreen displays, SRS Premium Sound HD and AMD Radeon HD graphics make it the perfect entertainment laptop that travels anywhere," the company says.
The 15.6-inch laptop with AMD A10 quad-core processor is available for $1,190, whereas the 15.6-inch laptop with i7 Intel quad-core processor is available for $1,470.
Apart from the 15.6-inch laptops, Vizio has also launched the 14-inch multi-gesture laptops with AMD A10 and Intel Core i7 processors. The 14-inch laptops with AMD A10 quad-core and Intel i7 quad-core processors are available for $1,090 and $1,420 respectively.
All the new laptops from Vizio will be running the Windows 8 operating system.
The company also launched the all-in-one Touch PCs for consumers, offering 24-inch (starting at $1,279.99) and 27-inch ($1,549.99) screen size options.
"With stunning, Full HD 1080p touchscreen display, enhanced 2.1 audio system with subwoofer, remote control and dual HDMI inputs, the Vizio All-in-One Touch PC delivers world-class entertainment and performance. An alluring design with sleek lines, wireless keyboard and multi-gesture touchpad, the All-in-One Touch is a marriage of beauty and functionality," a company release stated.
"To help Vizio PC users unlock the ideal interactive Windows 8 experience, we have integrated touchscreen functionality across our entire spring PC line-up," said Matt McRae, chief technology officer of Vizio. "With the launch of the new Touch PCs, we look forward to delivering enhanced performance and entertainment options to new Vizio consumers."
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