After making waves with the announcement that it was getting into the computer business at CES, and then teasing the imminent arrival of said computers a few weeks ago, Vizio's debut line of PCs have officially arrived. They are, in short, sleek and cheap with the high quality HD displays you would expect from an HDTV manufacturer.
Vizio unveiled two laptops and an all-in-one desktop PC available in two sizes yesterday. All three computers have a starting price of $900.
The all-in-one is a kind of space-age take on the iMac's design, with a 1080p display available in either 24 inches or 27 inches. The system runs on Intel's latest Ivy Bridge processors and is expandable to up to 8 GB of ram with a 1 TB hard drive.
As for the laptops, Vizio is offering one super slim Ultrabook with a solid state drive of up to 256 GB and one more full-featured laptop expandable to a full terabyte. Both notebooks are available with 15.6 inch full 1080p displays.
The new Vizio PCs are available for pre-order now and arrive at Wal-Mart, Target, Costco and Amazon later this month.