Vizio Launches All-in-One PCs, Ultrabooks Starting at $898

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PsychNerd

I've never been a Vizio fan. Always saw them as a basement bargain brand like Westinghouse. But this thing looks great. The aesthetic alone is amazing. Guess we'll see where the quality is when the reviews come out. and for the limited space in that thing, the specs are pretty darn good. The only thing I'm going to think is going to be a HUGE concern is heat. If there is too much you can kiss reliability and durability good bye. Not to mention possible burns like on the iMacs. Those things get so hot that if you are not careful you can get some nasty burns from how hot they get.

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mattyz

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eastbayrae

There is a better write up on The Verge that goes in depth about the company and it's products. That AIO is pretty damn nice. I would buy that over the Dell/hp alternative anyday. I just wish the screen was touch instead of a trackpad. I may get one for some family members for Christmas. They are really pleasing to the eye and not clunky looking at all.

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Khoiboi

That ultrabook sounds really interesting... the only other comparison I can think of is the HP 6t-1000, which has a lower resolution but is able to be upgraded to 6/8 gb of ram and doesn't just have a singular SSD. Any word on when they'll be released? Also, is there any kind of online shop for them or is this strictly store-based sale?

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Khoiboi

-,- sorry, ignore my sale comment, I was being and idiot and didn't read all the outlets before asking =[

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nbrowser

hrm like the thin n light laptop offerings, seeing them offer more than a measily 1366x768 display on the 14 and 15.6 inch units would be a nice change from what we've been seeing lately, nice innards, middling displays.

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NayusDante

It's nice to see a new competitor in the market. They sell pretty good stuff for pretty good prices, but these seem maybe $100 over what I'd expect to pay. Maybe they're changing their brand image to compete on more equal footing.

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whr4usa

when purchasing technology (of any kind) the greater the initial investment ...the less the total cost over the life of the product, properly maintained and all... just be certain you can afford what you buy (since almost everybody seems to think they can afford much more or quite less than they actually can!) and you buy an optimized platform from a reputable company with an excellent warranty!!

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