Ultrabooks Vizio will start selling in U.S.
Vizio is an American company known in the TV industry, which sells its products in that country and has no major presence internationally. The company introduced a line of ultrabooks and All-In-One (all in one) that cost the same: USD $ 898.
The teams will use Ivy Bridge processors and run Windows 7. The company introduced its first PC earlier this year, hoping to compete in a market where HP, Acer, Dell, Lenovo and other share the cake.
The Vizio ultrabook Thin + Light will come in 14 and 15.6 inches, with 1.5 kg and 1.7 kg respectively, and resolutions of 1600 X 900 for the 14 “1920 Ã— 1080 for the 15″. The “all in one” as are 24 and 27 inches and also function as HDTVs.
Some teams have ranked Vizio as the “real opponents” of the Apple Macbook Air, due to its specifications and design. However, only be sold in the U.S., which certainly limits its scope.
Link: Vizio Enters PC business, Ivy Bridge ships systems starting at $ 898 (Computerworld)Tags: All-In-One, Laptop, U.S., Vizio