The answer: Vizio is taking the same approach with PCs that it does with televisions, which is to say it’s offering impressive specs while undercutting its competitors. Case in point: all of Vizio’s laptops have a full-metal design, solid-state drive, zero bloatware and a minimum screen resolution of 1,600 x 900. And yes, that even applies to the lowest-end notebook, which goes for $900. Can you see now where this would be a tempting deal for folks who’d like to avoid spending $1,100-plus on an Ultrabook? Well, for those of you who’ve been curious, we’ve been testing Vizio’s 14-inch Thin + Light, and are now ready to unleash that review you’ve been waiting for. Meet us past the break to see if this rookie computer is as good as it looks on paper.