The Vizio M series is one of the least expensive TVs with 4K resolution, and it's also one of the best-performing we've tested.
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If you're looking to maximize your TV dollar and don't care about 4K, it's tough to go wrong with the Vizio E series.
The Vizio SB4051 packs a wealth of features into a compact sound bar/wireless sub system, and its satellite speakers produce true, room-filling surround sound
Vizio has announced its 2015 range of audio devices, starting at just $80. These include soundbases and soundbars with improved industrial design.
Vizio first announced its world-beating Reference series more than a year ago, and now it says it will ship in 2015.
The 2015 Vizio M series offers 4K resolution and local dimming starting at $600.
Our favorite TV of the year doesn't have the our favorite picture quality or Smart TV suite, but it does deliver the best picture for the least amount money of any TV this year.
The highly anticipated Vizio P series is among the cheapest 4K TVs available and delivers a very good picture, but flawed video processing prevents it from achieving its full potential.
Unlike Vizio's other sound bars, the S2121w-DO Sound Stand is cheap but not a good value, with quality that pales against the competition.
Vizio's jumbo 54-inch 5.1 sound bar gets you closer to the cinema experience than any of its competitors, if you can live with the size.
Excellent picture quality, well-thought out features and distinctive design make the Vizio M series seem like a much more expensive TV than it really is.
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