Vizio has released its new lineup of Quantum Series 4K TVs, with sizes ranging from 50 inches to 85 inches.
The M-Series Quantum starts at $399.99, while the P-Series Quantum starts at $1,119.99, and the P-Series Quantum X starts at $1,499.99.
The company’s first OLED TV is scheduled for release this fall, with the 65-inch model priced at $1,999.99 — which places it just below the current $2,199.99 sale price of LG’s 2020 BX OLED TV.
A unique auto-rotating Dolby Atmos soundbar is also set to launch in the fall for $999.99.
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Vizio’s latest TVs and soundbars are now rolling out to stores. The brand-new display collection includes the mid-range M-Series Quantum, the high-end P-Series Quantum, and the flagship P-Series Quantum X.
All three models feature advanced picture quality features, like full-array local dimming and quantum dots, along with HDMI 2.1 inputs, extensive HDR capabilities, and support for Vizio’s SmartCast platform.
In addition to Vizio’s new LED TVs, the company has also announced pricing for its very first OLED TV model, which is set to launch in the fall. OLED TVs are known for their superior black levels and viewing angles compared to traditional LED TVs. Also scheduled for release in the fall is Vizio’s latest Dolby Atmos audio system, the Elevate 5.1.4 soundbar.
Below, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know about Vizio’s new TV and soundbar lineup, including pricing, release dates, specifications, and purchase options.
Vizio P-Series Quantum 4K TV price
The Vizio P-Series Quantum and P-Series Quantum X are the company’s flagship LED TVs, offering up to 3,000 nits of brightness for high-end home theater picture.
Vizio’s new TV lineup is led by the premium P-Series Quantum and P-Series Quantum X. Both TVs features quantum dots for wide color gamut support, along with full-array local dimming for precise contrast, and Vizio’s new IQ Ultra processor for optimized image performance.
The P-Series Quantum is available now in 65-inch ($1,199.99) and 75-inch ($1,699.99) screen sizes. Both models support up to 1,200 nits of brightness, while the 65-inch version uses 200 local dimming zones, and the 75-inch version includes 240 local dimming zones. More dimming zones typically result in better black level and contrast performance.
Designed to compete with the very best 4K TVs on the market, the P-Series Quantum X line steps things up even further with higher brightness, wider color, and more zones. The 65-inch P-Series Quantum X TV is currently available for $1,499.99 with 384 zones and up to 3,000 nits of brightness. A 75-inch model is available for $1,999.99 with 480 zones and up to 2,800 nits. For buyers who want an even larger screen, an 85-inch model is …read more
Source:: Business Insider