VIZIO not only amped up its premium 4K displays with HDR, Dolby Vision, and a wider color gamut for vibrant images, but they killed the “smart TV” paradigm, shifting all apps to a bundled 6″ Android tablet using Google Cast to stream content. In 50″, 55″, 65″ and 75″ sizes.
Vizio aims to truly bust open the 4K market with this new line of well-priced sets with excellent image quality. Each features full-array LED local dimming, and Vizio’s powerful upscaling tech for non-4K content. In 43″ to 80″ sizes.
Vizio’s PCs have a strikingly sexy industrial design – flat screen all-in-one and touchscreen systems, with a matching subwoofer/power supply pod, multitouch trackpad and 2 HDMI inputs for game consoles.
Vizio’s stylish ultrabooks could give Apple a run for their money with lightweight unibody construction, SSD storage, speedy CPUs, HD displays, and up to 7 hours of battery. And NO preinstalled crapware.
Vizio’s 58â€ XVT3D580CM and 50â€ XVT3D500CM LCD HDTVs taunt us with a cinematic 21:9, 2560×1080 screen, and passive-lens 3D glasses. Replaces your lowly 1080p set later this year.
Both have a 1GHz CPU, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI out, front camera, IR blaster and universal remote app. The phone has a 4″ screen, MicroSD slot, and 5mp rear camera. The tablet has an 8″ screen.
This razor-thin set has a massive 65″ LED edge-lit screen, and uses passive 3D glasses, eliminating costly active lenses and reducing headaches. 802.11n Wi-Fi and Internet apps are built-in too.
These sleek modern ‘phones from TV juggernaut Vizio stream wireless 5.1 surround sound from your own system or Vizio’s home theater soundbar. Active noise cancellation too. Coming soon at $299.