There’s a reason why 4K isn’t a household technology around the world and that’s because most 4K televisions can cost more than what most people earn in one month. That obviously makes it much harder for a major segment of the market to spend money on 4K TVs. Fortunately there are companies out there who want to make this technology affordable, Vizio is one of them. The company today announced its 2015 lineup of affordable 4K televisions which start as low as $600. That’s less than what you’ll pay for a full HD LED TV from the likes of Sony and Samsung.
The Vizio M-series is available in sizes from 43-inch all the way up to 80-inch. All models have full-array LED backlighting, a Spatial Scaling Engine that upscales content to “near 4K” resolution as well as the company’s smart TV platform.
Vizio’s V6 six-core processor and dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi is also onboard, which basically means that the M-series TVs are more than equipped to handle 4K streaming from services like Netflix and Amazon.
The 43-inch model starts at $599.99 and the biggest model, an 80-inch behemoth, costs $3999.99 that’s still cheaper than most 4K options out there. Customers can purchase the new M-series from Vizio online and through retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon and more.
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