The bargain TV maker shoots for the Learjet crowd with this cutting-edge screen. And there's also a 65-inch version for $6,000.
A company known for bargain-basement boob tubes is making a play for the Learjet crowd with the 120-inch Reference series, priced at over $1,000 an inch. The company will also sell a 65-inch version for $6,000.
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.
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.
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.
TVs are more affordable than ever. Here are some of our favorite models available for $500 or less.
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