Vizio's M-Series Line Is The Mid-range Take On 4K TVs

Posted: Apr 14 2015, 3:07am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


Vizio's M-Series line is the mid-range take on 4K TVs

Vizio will be selling 4K sets for as little as $600

Vizio got itself a good reputable name in the 4K industry and it has remained so highly because of its cheaper offerings. Taking things further this year, they are introducing their very own line of Ultra HD screens for this year.

From what we know of the new M-Series, they are going to sport full LED backlighting along with a speedy 802.11ac WiFi and a six-core processor. And this isn’t even going to cost you more than what a smartphone is available for these days – Vizio’s offerings would start off at $600 for the 43-inch model. This is certainly not bad if we consider that a few years ago we had stripped down TVs selling at this range.

With the wide range starting off from $600 and ending at $4000 for the 80 inch offering, users have a couple of choices depending on their budgets. These are the most convenient rates you could get for 4K techs nowadays and for that size many available today are going to cost no less than a five digit sum. Vizio is ensuing that everyone around gets their fair share in enjoying the 4K technology. However, it would also like to cater to the needs of those who want some more spending when it comes to their TVs.

Alongside this, the company has been throwing teasers at us related to its new Reference Series which had been in the pipeline since a very long time. These sets are going to feature Dolby Vision-certified panels with wide color ranges, 384-zone LED backlighting and a bright 800-nit output. The "entry" 65-inch model is going to give you an integrated 5.1-channel sound bar and if you want a a room-filling picture then you must opt for the 120-inch version.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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