HDTV maker, Vizio has announced the launch of its new all-in-one desktops and laptops at an event in New York today.
The devices were showcased at Consumer Electronics Show earlier in the year. CTO Matt McRae said in the presentation that the market lacks standout designs for devices. He said that the new Vizio systems will address that and will come with moderate pricing options.
The company launched 24-inch CA24 and 27-inch CA27 all-in-one desktops. The desktops design is impressive as the components are packed in the base and the sleek display is suspended by a single chrome hinge. The Vizio CT14 and CT15 ultrabooks as well as the CN15 laptop features a similar design as the Apple MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models.
The CA24 and CA27 come with a 1,920-by-1,080 (1080p HD) resolution screen. CA24 features a 24 inch screen while CA27's screen measures 27 inches. The desktops come with a remote control, two HDMI ports, and a separate subwoofer. The company will also offer wireless keyboard and trackpad with the device. Vizio is also offering various upgradable options with the products.
The product are available on Vizio's official website as well as from retailers including Amazon, Walmart, Costco, Target, Sam's Club, and the Microsoft Store.
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