Vizio are a company based in the USA and are already known for their budget TVs. At CES Vizio have announced that they will be releasing some ultrabooks.
Now, when you get a laptop from a store like PC World, Best Buy, Comet or many others, the manufacturer of the laptop would install software that you don’t need and therefore unnecessarily waste valuable storage space on your computer. This software is known as bloatware.
In this case, Vizio will not put any bloatware on this laptop. It will be just a standard installation of Windows 7 with Microsoft Security Essentials. In addition to that, the 13 inch ultrabook will support resolutions up to 1600 pixels by 900 pixels and 15 inch utlrabook will support up to 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels(full HD). The design of this ultrabook is minimalistic with no branding displayed on the laptop.
The technical specifications and release date are not finalized at the time of writing(bar the use of an SSD for storage). However, the 15 inch model will have an SD card and an ethernet port.
I have always said to many people that I am don’t like it when manufacturers put bloatware on a laptop. I also like the fact that Vizio put an ethernet port and an SD card slot and an ethernet laptop.