Inside a converted ballroom at the Wynn hotel in Las Vegas, Vizio used CES to revamp and re-invent nearly every one of its product lines. From a pair of great-looking smartphones (that you can only buy in China) to a duo of impressive Android tablets that you'll actually be able to buy, Vizio's re-entering markets it had previously left. It also updated its PC lineup to be more friendly with Windows 8, and introduced an entirely new PC besides. Not forgetting its roots, Vizio also has plenty of TVs to show off, with 4K and Google TV and a surprisingly good glasses-free 3D experience in its lineup. CTO Matt McRae told us Vizio wants to "make every screen in your life," and in one fell swoop at CES the company got a lot closer.
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