What?! a 40-inch 4K HDR TV for gaming priced at only USD $230!? … even a 65-inch 4K will only cost you $750.
Taken from Engadget … the company’s first 4K OLED sets that promise a borderless aesthetic, and of course, the technology’s precision lighting control that provides deep blacks and excellent contrast.
When the 65- and 55-inch OLEDs go on sale this fall they’ll cost $2,000 and $1,300, respectively. Compare that to LG’s BX series OLED that cost $2,200 and $1,500 in the same sizes, and you can see that a price war is coming… eventually.
Those aren’t the only new sets Vizio has lined up either, and it’s promising to deliver 4K resolution, HDR support for multiple formats (Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10 and HLG) as well as HDMI 2.1 inputs on the entire range. That goes from its top of the line $3,000 85-inch P-Series Quantum X all the way down to the 40-inch V-Series set that will sell for $230.
The V-Series TVs don’t specify an amount of LED backlighting, but for the price they’ll provide tough competition to value-oriented sets from the likes of TCL and Hisense. Once they hit shelves, a 40-inch model with 4K, HDR and HDMI 2.1 will cost $230, while the most expensive version is a planned 75-inch model for $800.
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