In the market for a new TV, but think a super-clear Ultra HD model is way out of the budget? Think again.
Vizio last year brought UHD to the mainstream with a $1,000 set, and now the TV maker is one-upping itself. The company on Monday launched its second Ultra HD TV lineup, offering a range of screen sizes from 43 to 80 inches, with prices starting at just $600 all the way up to $4,000. For a full list of screen sizes and prices, see below.
The new TVs display more than 8.3 million pixels in every image, offering four times the resolution of 1080p Full HD for "breathtaking detail and clarity," Vizio said. They also boast full-array LED backlighting for a more even distribution of light compared to edge-lit sets, and up to 32 active LED zones for "precise, controlled backlighting with extremely high contrast and deep black levels."
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