Vizio is probably best known in the tech world for it’s televisions. Quality high definition displays are a top priority for Vizio when producing TVs, so it should come as no surprise that the California-based company is bringing that expertise to the tablet market with it’s Vizio Tablet PC.
Featuring a 1080p display that will be stretched across a spacious 11.6-inch screen, the Vizio Tablet PC continues the trend of pushing the bounds of portability by increasing size, a trend that will eventually end in us dropping the “t” from the end of “tablet” because they’ll be as big as the top of a table. Running Windows 8, no RT involved, the device will be the first of the Windows tablet family to be powered by an AMD processor. This particular model will be packed with a 1GHz AMD z60 chip, which will run alongside 2GB of RAM. Apps and files will live on the 64GB solid-state drive for storage. Microsoft Signature software will come installed on said hard drive, but it won’t be accompanied by any bloatware.
Other notable features on the Vizio Tablet PC includes a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. Micro HDMI and Micro USB ports have a home on the device as well. While no hint of price point or release date has been made available, you should probably be looking forward to getting hands on this device – however hard that may be do to given its size. hands-on coverage coming soon from the show floor.