Posted about 09 January 2013 By Steve Chippy Paine
Vizio’s Ultrabook range has been up-to-date this year with touch plus AMD CPUs. The Thin + Light Touch laptops come inside 14 plus 15” models, both have Windows 8 plus touchscreens plus improved keyboard plus mousepads – anything that has been a criticism with all the 2012 models.
The 14” model gets 1600×900 however, the 15” model has a full HD screen. Engadget is reporting which Vizio has “doubled the power capability.” That claim sounds somewhat extreme.
As for the processing, Vizio have opted for AMD A10 quad-core Trinity or Core i7 thus we’re chatting regarding high-end models just.
The spring 2013 PC line-up is highlighted by the 15.6” (CT15T-B0, CT15T-B1) plus 14” (CT14T-B0, CT14T-B1) versions of the Thin + Light Touch, that are about show at CES. These modern models are exceptional options for customers searching for optimum performance inside an exquisitely tailored, premium PC. Showcasing an ultra-thin profile, multi-gesture touchscreen, AMD A10 APU or Intel® Core™ i7, plus improved power lifetime rating and a big Full HD screen for the 15.6” plus HD+ for the 14”, the Thin + Light Touch works like a desktop, nevertheless offers the efficiency of movement with an ultra-thin chasis which lets customers take which performance with them.
Vizio appears to be well-connected with AMD today. They’ announced a Z-60-based pill plus were watched about stage for quite a while at the AMD click meeting. Let’s hope they’re functioning together to refine equipment based found on the new AMD platforms coming later this year.