Offers state-of-the-art viewing technology for less than $1000 – 4K UHD with 2160p, 120 Hz, and curved screen that delivers incredibly life-like images. Quality sound. SmartHub operating system streams fast and stays connected, and step-by-step instructions make setup easy.
Only 3 HDMI inputs compared to 4 that several others in its category offer. A bit pricey for a 43" model.
Has 4K UHD that produces crisp, clear picture quality with vibrant colors – owners rave about the true-to-life images. Offers 4 HDMI inputs.
Its available apps are limited, and its stand doesn't feel very sturdy. Turning up the volume to higher settings slightly distorts the sound.
Stands out for its reliable Wi-Fi connectivity and 60" screen for an unbeatable price. Owners are satisfied with the better-than-expected sound and UHD picture quality. Has 4 HDMI inputs and a sturdy stand.
Lacks some popular apps, and the web browser isn't very user-friendly.
Combines impressive 4K UHD and 120 Hz with VIZIO's SmartCast for vivid images and numerous apps. Features an easy-to-set up Android tablet remote and 4 HDMI inputs. Has Google Chromecast built into the system.
Some owners wish that it offered picture in picture (PIP) function; others reported adding additional speakers to make up for the somewhat weak sound quality.
A solid-built smart TV that owners say has crystal clear resolution – features UHD and 120 Hz. Falls on the middle range of the price spectrum for its size and class.
Has only 2 HDMI inputs, and they are awkward to use. The remote and apps are confusing to set up, and tech support is sub-par.
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