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Vizio Budget Priced E-Series HDR 4K TVs Available (2017)

VIZIO E-Series 4K TV 2017

Full-array LED Backlit TVs up to 80-inches with Chromecast built-in

Vizio just released the all-new 2017 SmartCast E-Series TVs in sizes from 32 to 80-inches, priced from $210 to $3400. All nine E-Series models feature Chromecast built-in to easily stream from mobile apps. All TVs in the series offer 4K, except for the 32-inch model. The 55-inch and larger 4K TVs add-in High Dynamic Range (HDR) with support for the HDR10 standard.

The E-Series is one of the most feature-rich entry-level TVs available to consumers. Unlike edge-lit LED backlight displays, VIZIO utilizes a powerful Full-Array LED backlight and up to 16 Active LED Zones that dynamically adjust to on-screen content, producing dark, inky black levels much richer than edge-lit LED backlight displays can deliver. High Dynamic Range with HDR10 content support further enhances big screen viewing by offering greater depth and more vibrant contrast. HDR10 enables compatibility with HDR Blu-ray players from Samsung (UHD-K8500) and Philips (BDP7501/F7), as well as PS4 and Xbox One S game consoles. Clear Action 240 technology and ultra-fast 120Hz Effective Refresh Rate, achieved with backlight scanning, ensures action-packed scenes are consistently smooth, stable and realistic.

The all-new E-Series displays allow users to simply stream and control their entertainment. With Chromecast built-in, consumers can simply tap the Cast button in popular Chromecast-enabled apps like Netflix and YouTube to stream to their TV. By downloading the VIZIO SmartCast app, users can control their display from any room in the home, search for content across multiple apps at once and stream shows directly to their E-Series display through the Google Assistant on devices like Google Home. To further simplify the out-of-box experience, an all-new remote is included with all E-Series models to seamlessly allow users to complete the first-time set-up of their display without a phone or tablet. Once set-up is complete, the remote continues to provide access to the on-screen menu, sidebar settings and more.

Price and Availability
Both the 75″ and 80″ models are available now at, with the entire collection coming soon to and retailers nationwide including Best Buy, Costco, Walmart and Sam’s Club.

VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 32″ Full-Array LED Smart TV (E32f-E1) MSRP $209.99
VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 43″ Ultra HD Home Theater Display  (E43-E2) MSRP $399.99
VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 50″ Ultra HD Home Theater Display  (E50-E1) MSRP $469.99
VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 55″ Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display  (E55-E2) MSRP $549.99
VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 60″ Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display  (E60-E3) MSRP $749.99
VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 65″ Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display (E65-E0) MSRP $899.99
VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 70″ Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display  (E70-E3) MSRP $1,299.99
VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 75″ Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display  (E75-E3) MSRP $1,999.99
VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series™ 80″ Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display  (E80-E3) MSRP $3,399.99

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