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First Look: Vizio shows off its new line of PCs (video)

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First Look: Vizio shows off its new line of PCs (video)

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Vizio announced its first-ever line of personal computer products, and Scott Stein got to take a First Look.

I'm Scott Stein and we're here -- videos PC launch event in New York City -- -- it was entered the PC business where they haven't been before. Announcing all in one desktops as well as ultra books fourteen to fifteen inch models and they're going after the premium market while announcing a starting price at 898. For all the models and four teenagers have a kind of a MacBook Air type look unibody aluminum design and they have a special keyboard that they say that some months to design. Money all on one side to design is almost no more of a throwback in terms about a stand -- monitor with a little bit of a connector to a -- friendly computers that. -- -- -- that's going to be a lot better for running cables behind without them dangling. Another -- is also include a remote control any tract had not announced. And there's also -- you -- even as well as talent for connecting peripherals like Blu-ray players or any game consoles. And this is definitely pushing -- TV connection. Claiming a much better screen quality and definitely looking at that and -- models here on the floor. They do have a really nice viewing angle of more premium feel that on some other laptops at least that I've seen. -- fourteen and fifteen inch ultra books are gonna come a third gen Intel ivy bridge processors. They're also going to have solid state hard drives and a lot of the same features that you've seen an ultra books. But starting -- 98 they're claiming to undercut some -- the price on the premium competition like the MacBook air and like HP's -- Spector XT. -- -- the competition were -- near the keyboard does feel really good so -- the track bed and the screen looks as good as advertised. And that aluminum unibody construction. Definitely in the premium Yelp and a very solid feel when you pick it up busiest certainly entered with a bang trying to go straight to the top of the premium market. I'm Scott Stein have to look at -- as new ultra books laptops and -- -- computers.

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