remember those beautiful Windows machines that Vizio announced mid of last year? they are beautiful, alright but in this fast pace gadget world, beauty without the latest brain is no good and so, Vizio has updated every machines of this 2013 Vizio Premium PC Line with 10-point multitouch displays – in full HD, no less (well, maybe not all). basically, what you will be greeted with this Spring is the 24-inch and 27-inch All-in-One Touch PCs, as well as the 14-inch and 15.6-inch Thin + Light Touch laptops. touchscreen is not what the new line up has received: with the 24-inch All-in-One Touch PC, 14-inch and 15.6-inch Thin + Light Touch laptops, consumers are offered an option for either AMD or Intel processor. in short, you can choose between AMD A10 quad-core APU with Radeon HD graphics or Intel Core i7 quad-core processor (Ivy bridge). some of the features of the AIO include full HD 1080p touch display, custom-tuned 2.1 SRS Premium Sound HD with integer; subwoofer, dual HDMI inputs and it comes bundled with a remote control for your entertainment needs, wireless keyboard, plus a multi-gesture touchpad. as for the laptops (we are obliged to call them ‘ultrabooks’ due to their thin form factors), features expected include an obvious uber-thin profile in a beautiful anodized aluminum unibody construction, multi-gesture touchscreen, SRS Premium Sound HD, improved battery life and an expansive full HD display for the 15.6-inch model, while the 14-inch gets a HD+ display. sweetening the line up is the latest in wireless protocol: the 802.11ac, which Vizio has gladly included in all its model. awesome stuff and a super good news for style-conscious Windows 8 users. and all these PCs will be, of course, running on Windows 8. expect to the Vizio AIO Touch PC to start from $999 while the pricing for the Thin + Light Touch remains yet-to-be-announced.