The powerful sets include full-array backlit panels with local dimming, Active Pixel Tuning tech for greater light bleed elimination and overall picture that should rival OLED and its perfect picture quality.
Vizio promises excellent 1080p HD picture, and normal content will upscale to "near Ultra HD" resolution. 4K video is supported up to 60fps and the sets have built-in 802.11ac Wi-Fi for streaming.
Each one of the sets have a native refresh rate of 240Hz, and also a "Clear Action Rate" of 960Hz, whatever that means. The sets have a quad-core GPU and a dual-core CPU powering the processing.
The 50-inch P-series sells for $1,000, the 55-inch model will sell for $1,400, the 60-inch is $1,700, the 65-inch model is $2,200, and finally the 70-inch model is $2,500.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 24 Sep 2014 17:54