Vizio just changed the whole look of its product line by announcing a slew of new hardware at CES 2012, including a handful of all-in-one desktops, and two new ultrabook laptops. The Windows-powered devices join the company's latest effort in Android tablets (a mysterious 10-inch model), and compliment Vizio's array of HDTVs. We've got all the news and videos, and will be getting some hands-on time with the new devices soon, so stay tuned!
Matt McRae, CTO of Vizio, believes that a full internet TV provider that offers 50-100 channels to consumers will launch within 12-18 months.
We took a look at Vizio's recently-announced VAP430, an all-in-one media streamer and Google TV.
Vizio has announced a new line-up of 3D-capable high-definition LCD televisions, while increasing the number of titles available on its Vizio Internet Apps platform.
Vizio has announced the VAP430 Stream Player, a standalone media streamer that can also serves as a Google TV.
We've got pictures and previews of Vizio's first laptops
Vizio tries again with tablets, and we've got hands-on photos
We saw this coming a few days ago, but Vizio's pulled the wraps off its new all-in-one PC and two new laptops, all destined to arrive this spring. The company also unveiled the 10-inch tablet we first heard about yesterday.
Vizio's released some a teaser image of an upcoming 10-inch tablet.
Vizio will start selling Windows computers in May of this year, including an all-in-one PC and thin laptops.