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Vizio 4K TV

It wouldn't be CES 2013 without a 4K TV, and Vizio has one of three different sizes coming down the pike.
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New logo

The logo on the new flagship TVs resembles a browser tab.
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3D without glasses

The company showed off an autostereoscopic television that worked fairly well, though there was some obvious crosshatching visible in light areas.
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Apps

Amazon and M-Go are the newest apps to join the Vizio family (as seen on the Co-Star Google TV box)
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M-Go

The M-Go streaming service aims to bring on-demand movies to users in a simple way, and also offers alternative streaming services if the movie isn't available.
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OnLive support

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10 years of Vizio

On the left is a 480-line, 46-inch plasma and its 2012 equivalent -- a 47-inch LED TV.
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Cell phones

On the left, one of Vizio's new smartphones and on the right, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.
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CNET's award

In 2011 David Katzmaier was very excited about the XVT3D6SP -- so much so that it won Best of CES. Unfortunately it never shipped.
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