Today 4K isn’t exactly a household technology around the world at the moment, but it is slowly working on that. The reason is because most 4K televisions cost more than what most people are willing to spend on a new set. That makes it harder for this technology to get into people’s homes.
However, there are companies out there who want to make this technology more affordable. Like Vizio. The company has announced its 2015 lineup of affordable 4K televisions, which start at just $600. That’s less than what you’ll pay for a full HD LED TV from companies like Sony and Samsung. This should help people get these sets in the home.
The Vizio M-series comes in sizes from 43-inches all the way up to 80-inches. 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. Also on board is Vizio’s V6 six-core processor and dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi. That means that the M-series TVs are more than capable of handling 4K streaming from services like Netflix and Amazon.
The 43-inch model starts at $599.99 and the biggest model, an 80-incher costs $3999.99. Those prices are cheaper than most 4K options right now. You can find the new M-series from Vizio online and through retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon and more. Now might be a good time to get yourself a 4K set.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Displays News