American TV maker, Vizio has today unveiled its 2021 4K HDR smart TV collection. The collection has different TV models from P-Series Quantum X, P-Series Quantum, M-Series Quantum and the cheaper V-Series.
The company first showcased its TVs at CES 2020 in January. Yes, these are the TVs that were showcased back then. But now the company has revealed the price tag and so the launch is near.
The company is set to unveil its first ever OLED TV. Although the OLED one won’t come cheap here’s what you need to know about them. The OLED Vizio 4K TV comes in two models – one with 55-inches and another one with 65-inches. The two will go on sale this fall with a price tag of $1,300 and, $2,000, respectively.
The entire collection has support for Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and resolutions up to 4K at 120Hz. Besides, they also do multiple HDR formats (Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10 and HLG) and have 4K upscaling capabilities and did we mention HDMI 2.1 inputs?
“Our newest lineup is the culmination of our ongoing development that’s brought together picture quality, gaming performance, design, and price into one stunning collection,” said Bill Baxter, Chief Technology Officer, VIZIO.
“With the IQ processors, we’ve created a custom solution that will power VIZIO SmartCast TVs into the future, guaranteeing speed and performance to complement industry-leading Quantum Color and peak brightness.”
The different models have variable display sizes, but here’s a summary;
V-Series – from 40 to 70 inches
M-Series Quantum – 55 and 65-inches
P-Series Quantum – 65 and 75-inches
P-Series Quantum X – 65 -, 75 and 85-inches
Here’s how various models are priced. The cheapest one a 40-inch V-series 4K TV starts at $230. You can buy these TVs at various retailers nationwide.