One of last year’s entries more interesting in the field of PC was Vizio. The company, best known for making cheap televisions, jumped headlong into the computer business, releasing a handful of laptops and desktop computers all-in-one, at the height of the mania ultrabook.
In general, loves the first generation laptops, but they were very similar to the first generation of products. the design was strong, but some features missing, and the keyboard and touchpad are scarce.
The second generation of Vizio laptops are here, highlighted by the 14-inch CT14T. It looks almost identical to last year’s CT14, but adds a touch screen – a pretty important feature necessary for Windows 8.
The new CT14T has a 1600 x 900, and there are two models. The CT14T-B0 will instead of AMD for CPU Intel, AMD using an A10 processor 4657M 2.3GHz while the CT14T-B1 will IntelCore i7. The rest of the specs are standard for ultrabooks, with a 128GB SSD and 8GB of RAM.
Along with the two 14-inch models, Vizio also has a 15-inch laptop refurbished, also with a touch screen and variants of AMD / Intel and 24/27-inch all-in-one models, which appear to be identical to last year’s version, with the addition of the touch screen.
Everything should be available in February, but prices have not been announced yet.