Vizio TVs compare favorably with other TVs on the market. Vizio TVs offer an exceptional Internet experience and very good image quality at an affordable price.
Vizio TVs are less expensive than most other local dimming LED-based LCDs. Vizios reproduce nice deep black levels and black areas have neutral color, a very important consideration when choosing a flat-screen television. In addition, these TVs offer good performance in bright rooms with a lot of sunlight and uniformity. Features include a well-integrated Apps platform, a Bluetooth remote with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and integrated Wi-Fi. The Vizio is the first television to offer a full slide-out keyboard with dedicated keys for letters, numbers, and symbols. This remote allows you to have one of the best Internet viewing experiences available with an Internet compatible television.
The biggest problem with Vizio TVs are uneven grayscales which lead to less accurate color. If you are interested in the absolute best in high-definition television viewing, there are better televisions on the market that will give you a better viewing experience. In addition the backlight can fluctuate and Vizios often can not handle 1080p/24 content like BlueRay discs. Off-angle viewing is less than ideal and these TVs have fewer picture controls than many competitor models and less-stylized external design features.
All things considered, Vizio has made an impressive product for the money. There are certainly better televisions on the market. However, you would be hard pressed to find more bang for your buck with any other television manufacturer.
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