Do you have Windows 8 on your computer screen? One of my friends already has it and I was very jealous of the new system that he has used to do a variety of jobs and tasks. I could use some of the tools available to him and it was like there was an improvement and the implementation is so smooth and nice. I know now this technology arena there is a brand that has been producing Windows 8 which is Vizio. Because Windows 8 already has many fans, so in this article I want to share about Windows 8 that has been released by the Vizio.
In this article I did not share much about the details of the many tools to move through the Windows 8 but I have to give some information to you related to the screen and the CPU. This is one of several elements that are important to you personally assess the greatness of Windows 8.
Vizio Thin + Light Touch
Windows 8 may seem to become a relative success, at the very least where OEM adoption is concerned. Soon you won’t be capable of buy a new PC or laptop without the new OS captain on deck. You can now count Vizio among the many converted. The latest 2013 Spring lineup has actually been fully undressed. The company has announced product names, specs and pricing.
There are actually 7-new systems total, split between AMD A10 quad-core CPU and Intel Core i7 CPU. But every one of them are touch friendly with 10-finger capacitive touch support. So each is poised to take advantage of Windows 8 wealth of fondle-focused features. The All-in-One Touch PCs come in 24-inch and 27-inch screen sizes.
Vizio Thin + Light Touch Notebook Video
Touch screen capability displays are 10080p ready and the system is packing 2.1 audio speaker sub, remote control and dual HDMI inputs. The VIZIO’s Thin Light Touch products come in 15.6-inch and 14-inch notebook style PCs. Their main features, beyond their ultra-thin design, are multi-gesture touchpad support, “increased battery life” and the aforementioned desktop-like quad-core processors.