Posts Tagged: "Vizio"

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Vizio 2015 4K TVs Start at $600 for Affordable Ultra HD

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While everyone agrees that 4K TVs are the next big thing in high definition, most consumers take one look at prices and then back away slowly – paying several thousand dollars for even the low-end 4K models was a tough sell. We were promised that prices would improve shortly, and...

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Vizio S2121w-D0 2.1 Sound Stand Review

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Pedestal type sound stands aren’t new — they’ve been offered as alternatives to audio systems and, more recently, sound bars for a number of years. That Vizio feels that a 2.1 sound system that can be placed under a television set has value tells you something — after all the...

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You Can Actually Afford Vizio’s New 4K TVs

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It’s an open question whether you actually need a 4K television, for various reasons. But considering the stagnant television market, manufacturers are really hoping that you think you need one. And thanks to Vizio, even if you don’t, you won’t have to sell organs to buy one. No 401(k) For...

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VIZIO Co-Star Review

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 big selling point of today’s HDTV’s are their online capabilities. But if the one you have comes with minimal connectivity choices, or no Internet connection at all, you’ll need a stand-alone box to gain “Smart TV” access. But just as a number of devices in a genre can seem similar,...

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GR Daily Deals: 32” Smart TV $250, Wireless-N Gigabit for $20

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Until recently, integrated Smart TV capability was limited to large, expensive sets, but that’s changed. Today’s top deal is a $250 refurb Vizio E320i-A0 LED TV with Smart TV. It’s the cheapest we’ve ever seen this model by $33 and $48 off the current lowest new price. CNet stated back...

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7 Ultrabooks under $700

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It’s a new year, and with it, new pricing trends are appearing across the retail space. We’ve seen 18% drops on average in price movements across all “Ultrabook” classified laptops. Unsurprisingly, most are with Windows 8, as manufacturers do everything they can to get a faster adoption rate for MSFT’s...