Vizio Launches LED Backlit HDTVs At CES 2010

Posted: Jan 6 2010, 12:56pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 23 2010, 6:22am CST, in News | CES


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If you thought the new XVT series was all Vizio planned to bring to CES 2010, you were badly mistaken. They've got a whole new line of HDTVs due to launch this year, starting with the XVT Pro series. These 1080p TruLED TVs come in 72", 55" and 47" sizes. They are all full HD3D televisions with 480 Hz refresh rates and access to Vizio internet apps. All of these TVs have built-in WiFi and a Bluetooth universal remote with a sliding QWERTY keyboard. They also pack wireless HDMI.


Next up is the XVT Series Razor LED 1080p FHD sets. These come in 32" and 37" models and feature 16 zones of Smart Dimming. They are 120 Hz sets with a less than 2" profile and built in WiFi. They come with the standard Bluetooth remote and are energy star 4.0 rated.


The M Series Tru LED 1080p FHD sets will come in 55", 47" and 42" sizes. They use Edge-type LED backlighting that allows them to have a 2" profile and 16 smart dimming zones. The 55" and 47" set includes VIA wireless and wireless networking and the Bluetooth control. All of the M series sets are Energy Star 4.0 rated.


Last, the M Series Razor LED LCD HDTV sets. They start at 16" and go up to 26", with a 60 Hz refresh rate and both 1080p and 720p resolutions. They both have VIA wireless and wired networking, as well as the Energy Star 4.0 certification.


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