The TV manufacturer has entered the Windows tablet market with its Vizio Tablet PC.
Unveiled at CES 2013 in Las Vegas this week, the tablet measures at 11.6-inches, offers 64GB of storage and features Windows 8 OS.
Most other Windows tablets come with either Intel or ARM-based chips, but the new Vizio Tablet PC is one of the first to run tech from AMD - the dual-core Z60 ‘Hondo’ AMD chip to be precise.
The tablet features a 2MP front-facing HD camera and mini-HDMI and mini-USB ports. It weighs 1.66 pounds and measures just 0.4-inches thick.
Although this is Vizio’s first Windows tablet, the firm did release an Android product back in 2011 called the, wait for it, 'Tablet PC'.
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