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VIZIO All-in-One CA27-A2 27-Inch Desktop

by VIZIO
3.4 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
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  • Intel Core_i7_3610QM Processor 2.3GHz
  • 8 GB DDR3 RAM
  • 1000GB 5400rpm Hard Drive
  • 27-Inch Screen
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
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Product Description

Product Description

Elegantly combining a powerful PC with premium entertainment features that work like a TV, the VIZIO All-in-One PC does it all. With a stunning 27" Full HD display, subwoofer-enhanced SRS 2.1 surround sound audio, remote control and dual HDMI inputs for connecting cable boxes and game consoles, the VIZIO All-in-One delivers serious entertainment. Featuring the latest Intel Core processors and the Microsoft Signature experience, it’s as fast as it is fashionable, allowing you to conveniently jump between the Web, movies, shows and work. The VIZIO All-in-One is everything you need in one simple, striking design.

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Technical Details

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 27 inches
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Processor 2.5 GHz Core i7-3610QM
RAM 8 GB DDR3
Memory Speed 1066 MHz
Hard Drive 1 TB SATA
Graphics Coprocessor NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M LE
Graphics Card Ram Size 1024 MB
Wireless Type 802.11n
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 4
Brand Name VIZIO
Series All-in-One PC
Item model number CA27-A2
Hardware Platform PC
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Item Weight 16.6 pounds
Product Dimensions 26 x 9.1 x 20.2 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 25.98 x 9.06 x 20.2 inches
Color Silver
Processor Brand Intel
Processor Count 4
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
Flash Memory Size 32 GB
Hard Drive Rotational Speed 5400 RPM
Optical Drive Type No
Audio-out Ports (#) 1

Additional Information

ASIN B0088L18TU
Customer Reviews
3.4 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #37,997 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#3,771 in Computers & Accessories > Desktops
Shipping Weight 31.8 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First Available June 15, 2012

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Customer Reviews

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I purchased this computer directly from the manufacturer. On arrival, I soon discovered that what they had sent me was not the A2 configuration, but rather the much lower performing A0 configuration. Nothing on the exterior of the computer indicated this fact, I had to actually turn it on to discover it.

After calling customer support and answering a few questions, it turned out that the serial numbers on the packaging and on the computer itself did not match. They sent me a return shipping label, and I sent it back.

Vizio took my credit card number and placed a hold on my card so that they could ship me a new computer before the old one was received. However, it took several calls to actually get the correct machine shipped, and it took almost two weeks before I had it in hand. I never spent much time on hold, but every time I called, the representative assured me he would get back to me "within an hour" on the status of my case, and never once called me back. Being repeatedly blown off like this definitely did not leave me with a positive impression of the company.

The replacement machine was the correct model - though I still can't verify it has a 32G solid state disk - but it arrived with a defective keyboard. The space and backspace keys do not work at all. I haven't bothered contacting them about this yet, since frankly the keyboard and touchpad shipped with the computer are almost unusable anyway, and I'd had it with their customer service. (The trackpad in particular is infuriating to anyone accustomed to the smoothness of, say, an iPad - the mouse cursor is nearly impossible to control.
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Vizio nailed this design right out of the gate by building all of the computer's components right into the base. It's an excellent functional and aesthetic choice, as all the ports are easy to get to while at the same time reducing the appearance of clutter from wires hanging out of the back of your screen. Additionally, the space-saving design of putting the power supply in an external box with a subwoofer is pretty slick. This machine is just straight up gorgeous sitting on a desk, it's hands down the best looking all-in-one on the market. I'm not going to bother reviewing performance; it's an Ivy Bridge Core i7 with a discrete graphics card and 8GB of RAM. You know if that's enough for you or not. The external sub really adds just enough depth and richness to make the speakers adequate for most uses. They won't blow you away but they're very good. There are a couple of quibbles that I have with it however, or that I know some other people will have based on my usage.

1) 1920x1080 isn't a super high resolution for a 27" PC monitor. Apple and HP both have computers with 2560x1440 monitors. For me it's not an issue, the resolution is just fine, but I understand that some people may wish it came with at least an option for a higher resolution screen.

2) I hate using the trackpad. Trackpads on laptops are a design necessity not a design choice, and including ONLY a trackpad for a desktop is ludicrous to me. They could easily have squeezed a small Bluetooth mouse into the packaging and given you the choice of what to use. As it is, right now I'm using a cheap wired mouse I had lying around and I'm 10x happier using the computer than I was with the trackpad.
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Some other reviews I've seen on these new Vizios are comparing apples and oranges! These sturdy, beautiful little units are here to compete with the graphics oriented tablets, laptops and workstations at HP and Apple, and they win hands down. First, this unit is a niche product, designed for very high raster graphics and stunning vector rendering. The solid state drive is meant for fast and flawless playback, not mega storage, plus you get the terabyte hard drive with uncluttered speed too. The system is modular-- if you want optics or numeric keypads, you can add them via USB, but you're paying here for lightning speed drives access and uncluttered, fully overpaged RAM out of the box, with mercifully NO bloatware! I tested the I7 version with some very demanding software (game and 3D development software ala Maya and Unity) and it clocked as well as monster HP units designed as Alienware competitors. Other manufacturers need to take note of Vizio's philosophy: prep for Windows 8, and concentrate on powerful performance, leaving add ons and goodies to the user. Deliver a learjet out of the box-- and let the user spend time customizing rather than frustratingly (is that a word?) removing tons of bloat that will never be used.

The only downside I would have mentioned is that almost no one smart gets a desktop unit with a monitor anymore, because fully functional 3D HD TV's with PC connections are now cheaper than a lot of monitors! Luckily Vizio already makes some of the best/least expensive screens, and the quality of this combination, while not cheap, matches building your own in performance and price.

Biggest problem right now is demand: Microsoft is selling this unit hard with special upgrades to Windows 8 as low as $10.
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