The All-In-One PC that Vizio had shown at CES is now making it to the market under the All In One name, which should be easy enough to remember. Those computers come with Intel’s latest processor code-named Ivy Bridge and users can choose between an entry-level Core i3 processor up to a 2.3GHz Core i7 quad-core one.
In terms of graphics, there is obviously the integrated Intel graphics, but an optional NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M LE can be selected at purchase time. This is not really a “gaming” GPU for say, but it should manage most applications nicely, and work decently with casual and last-gen games. Users can also have up to 1TB of storage capacity, in addition to an internal 32GB of SSD flash storage used to accelerate the system (this is not user-accessible).
At $898 for the most affordable model is the 24″ All In One which has a display resolution of 1920×1080. Surprisingly, the 27″ All In One also feature a 1080p resolution, which pales in comparison to the 2560×1440 offered by the Dell XPS One, or the 27″ iMac. Vizio has made efforts in terms of design, but I don’t really know if I find those actually attractive. I think that the stand and display look OK, but the keyboard, remote and trackpad seem thick, outdated, and a bit “cheap” in my opinion. Also, I’m not convinced about the idea of using a trackpad on a desktop machine. Granted, you can always buy a mouse, but you’re still paying for the trackpad.
What do you think? Is Vizio’s All In One hot or not? Let us know in the comments. For more info, check the official product page.