I'm Sharon Vaknin for cnet.com taking a first look at the Vizio all in one PC.
Now as you can see it, this is a super thin display because the computer is built in to the base.
This base includes USB 3.0 and SD card slot and 2 HD (??) and what that does is it lets you use this display as a TV.
So when you're not using it as a PC, you can actually plug in your X-box and use it as you want a television.
Now, we don't have any specs about what's actually inside the computer.
Vizio will tell us that later.
But the computer does come with a wireless keyboard, touch pad and a remote to control the different channels and the media center.
The computer also comes with a sub woofer because it is a 2.1 audio system and it also doubles as the computers power supply.
Vizio hasn't given us any information about pricing but we should expect to see it sometime after May.
For Cnet.com, I'm Sharon Vaknin and this has been a first look at the Vizio all in one PC.
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