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Vizio introduced its first-ever pedestal-style sound bar at CES 2014, looking to compete with similar models from Bose and Zvox.
With picture quality that outdoes that of numerous more-expensive TVs, Vizio's E series likely represents the best value of 2014.
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.
Normally priced around $300, this versatile LCD features built-in Wi-Fi and the full array of Vizio's apps, including Netflix and Hulu Plus.
This loaded TV comes with 3D glasses, a keyboard-equipped remote, streaming apps, and more.
Steep, yes, but hundreds less than the regular price -- and just in time for the big game.
That's about $80 less than you'll pay elsewhere. It's an open-box model, but it still comes with a one-year warranty.
We liked the picture quality-to-performance propositions of Vizio's 1080p resolution M-Series and E-Series TVs last year, which bodes well for the new 4K-resolution P-Series.
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Vizio's 70-inch E701i-A3 LED TV is going for $300 off as a Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale and promises a better picture than the 60-inch version.
Vizio has announced the availability of its full line of E-Series TVs, the company's cheapest. Select models feature local dimming, our favorite enhancement for LED LCD TVs, promising great picture for the money.