Vizio M-Series is an affordable TV with an excellent picture
If you're looking for anew affordable TV with a great picture, one of the top options I've tested in 2018 is the Vizio-M series.
Seen here in a 65-inch size, the M also comes in 55 and 70-inch varieties.
And as I've come to expect to expect from Vizio, it offers some of the best bank for the buck in the market.
It's also pretty stylish for the price.
There's a really slim frame around the screen and skinny unobtrusive legs for the support With a minimalist overall look that compares well to the LGs and Samsungs of the TV world.
I'm not in love with the remote however, with its cluttered layout of identical keys.
VIZIO's smart TV interface also lags behind the competition.
There's only a few apps on the homepage and no ability to add more or customize the order they appear.
The top section is filled with shows and movies you might not care about.
You can use the Chromecast built-in feature to activate apps from your phone but I've always found that less It's convenient.
Ultimately if you wanna better stream experience, I suggest pairing is busier with a Roku stick or another external streamer.
Just make sure to get one with 4K, the M series will handle 4K and HDR from Netflix, Amazon and Voodoo.
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So enough with weaknesses, let's talk about the M series strength.
Fuller and local dimming, LED backlight ensures deep black levels.
And the integer's eye test were also impressively bright.
A great combination for HDR.
Add in accurate color and you've got a very good image overall.
Especially for the price.
Unfortunately for Vizio the TCL 6 series had even better image quality in Mike's house, costs about the same, and has a better smart TV system with Roku already built in.
For many people the TCL would be a better choice but the Visio is still a superb value and worth a closer look especially if you want the 70 inch size.