Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th Jun 2012 22:49 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems And finally, finally, finally, Vizio has fully unveiled its brand new line up of laptops and all-in-ones. The successful American TV maker announced its new kit at CES in January, catching my eyes with a set of beautiful, distinctive laptops and all-in-ones, and, as they promised back then, they have now unveiled all. This has want written all over it. Update: Rejoice: non-glossy, matte screens on the laptop.
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RE[2]: That Ultrabook
by Treza on Fri 15th Jun 2012 20:45 UTC in reply to "RE: That Ultrabook"
Treza
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2006-01-11

Agreed

Boring chunks of aluminium, MB-Air clone number #21425,
skinny and flat as an anorexic top model.

No, thanks.

I want many connectors and removable parts (ram, HDD...) . I could even like a computer where the (replaceable) AC power supply is integrated.

Some crapwares like evaluation versions of antiviruses are said to be "sponsored" by their providers and actually reduce the price of the windows licence.

Real innovation is to just sell computers without any installed OS and eventually sell separately "real" installation media (CD, USB device...)

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