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Vizio is at it again with their new 75 and 80-in 4K HDR XXL Series TVs


Vizio has been one of the largest selling brands of TVs over 70 inches for quite some time now. In years past there has been a constant war in price and quality between Vizio and Sharp and neither is holding back. Vizio seems to be the first to pull punches this year with the launch of their new XXL series 4K HDR screens, ranging as big as 80-inches in size.

“Our E-Series collection is known for offering features that simply aren’t found on other entry-level models in the market, and the new 2017 E-Series collection is no different. With the addition of 75” and 80” class screen sizes to the line-up, value-minded shoppers who want to go big now have access to powerful picture quality in an XXL screen,” said Matt McRae, Chief Technology Officer, VIZIO.

The new screens  support High Dynamic Range with HDR10 support ad full 4K UHD resolution with a list of features such as Google Chromecast built-in. With their app you can control the screen from anywhere in the house and search multiple apps at once for content. You can stream all of your favorite apps via mobile to the TV with Chromecast and the new TVs include a new style of remote. They even support Google Assistant via Google Home.

Pricing for the new models break down as follows:

VIZIO SmartCast E-Series 70”          (E70-E3)          MSRP $1,299.99

VIZIO SmartCast E-Series 75”          (E75-E3)          MSRP $1,999.99

VIZIO SmartCast E-Series 80”          (E80-E3)          MSRP $3,399.99

Both the 75” and 80” models are available now at VIZIO’s website, with the entire collection coming soon to retailers such as Best Buy, Costco, Walmart and Sam’s Club.

You can also check out some of Vizio’s other 4K solutions online at places like Amazon.


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