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.
We really liked the picture quality-to-performance propositions of Vizio's 1080p resolution M-series and E-series TVs, and after going eyes-on with the new P-Series, shipping now, we expect great things.
Big V's first shipping foray into 4K, or Ultra High Definition, the P promises to bring all those extra pixels at a price
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Four flat-panel LCD TVs include a flip-down iPod dock for quick and easy video, photo and audio playback.
Starting a $599 for at 43-inch model, Vizio's 2015 M series offers full-array local dimming and 4K resolution for prices that significantly undercut the competition so far.
Great contrast and a market-busting price, along with a software update that largely fixes its video processing woes, help make the Vizio P series the best 4K value available today.