-Hey, I'm Donald Bell from cnet.com here at CES 2013 where I'm showing off Vizio's latest all-in-one Windows 8 computers.
These come in 2 sizes.
You get a 27-inch or a 24-inch.
27-inch here comes with an Intel i7 standard voltage processor, so you're getting a lot of power in this option.
On the 24-inch model, you get an option between AMD or a Core i7 processor from Intel.
So, you can play around with whatever kind of processing need or size option you want for your all-in-one PC.
It's Windows 8 and it's also a touchscreen as you would want it to be for Windows 8, an all-in-one.
So, you can move around using your hand on the screen.
You also get a separate multi-touch pad here that comes with it that you can use to navigate Windows 8. It comes with a standard wireless keyboard, which is pretty nice.
Nice key spacing there.
You also get this media remote, which can be handy since there's 2 HDMI inputs on the back of this.
So, if you want to plug in your Xbox or something else to be able to control that with the remote and just turn this into a dedicated display, you have that control here.
Another cool feature you have is that there is a subwoofer, which also accesses your power brick for the computer.
It's kind of an attractive way to kind of kill 2 birds with 1 stone with a power brick/subwoofer.
So, you're getting some pretty sign here.
The mother speaker is built in to the stand
and then you get that lower end from the subwoofer over here.
Altogether an attractive Windows 8 all-in-one PC coming from Vizio the first quarter.
But as we expect from Vizio, it's probably going to be priced aggressively, so this is gonna be a good affordable option for you.
There you go.
From CES 2013, I'm Donald Bell giving you a First Look at Vizio's latest all-in-one PCs.
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