Vizio Rolls Out New 4K LCD and OLED TV Lineup

We previously reported on Vizio’s 2020 TV plans during the last CES, where the TV maker displayed its full line of new products, including OLED models. The company is now starting to ship those sets and has released detailed info on pricing.

All new Vizio M Series Quantum and above LCD models use quantum dots for expanded color, and the full line is compatible with Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, and—new for 2020—HDR10+ high dynamic range formats. All also feature the company’s SmartCast platform, which features built-in Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, YouTube, and Prime Video apps, and supports streaming via Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast built-in. Vizio’s new sets can also respond to voice commands via Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa-enabled devices.

HDMI 2.1 inputs are provided on all the new TVs, with the P-Series Quantum X, P-Series Quantum, M-Series Quantum, and OLED models further offering the company’s ProGaming Engine, which supports up to 4K/120Hz signals and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR).

P-Series Quantum X

Topping Vizio’s lineup are the P-Series Quantum X models, which for 2020 expand out to an 85-inch screen size. That set, the P85QX-H1, provides 3,000 nits of peak brightness, 792 local dimming zones, and will sell for $3,000. Both 75-inch ($2,000) and 65-inch ($1,500) models are also part of the P-Series Quantum X family and offer 480 and 384 local dimming zones and 2,800 and 3,000 nits of peak brightness, respectively. P-Series Quantum X models also feature the company’s new IQ Ultra processor.

P-Series Quantum, M-Series Quantum, and V-Series

Vizio’s regular P-Series Quantum sets slot in right below the X series and will be available in 75-inch ($1,700) and 65-inch ($1,200) screen sizes. These offer 240 and 200 local dimming zones, respectively, along with 1,200 nits peak brightness and Vizio’s IQ Ultra processor. Rounding out the lineup are the M-Series Quantum and V-Series models, with screen sizes ranging from 40 to 65 inches and prices topping out at $750 for a 65-inch M-Series Quantum model and $800 for a 75-inch V-Series model. All M-Series Quantum and V-Series sets feature Vizio’s IQ Active processor.



Vizio’s new OLED models will be very attractively priced at $2,000 for a 65-inch screen size and $1,300 for a 55-incher when they arrive in the fall. A highlight of the OLEDs is a pedestal base that provides docking for the company’s premium 5.1.4 Elevate Sound Bar (shown above) that supports both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X immersive audio formats. The Elevate Sound Bar will cost $1,000 when it ships this fall.

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