When Vizio’s first generation of P Series televisions hit the market in late 2014, they were met with mixed reviews from consumers, enthusiasts and industry experts alike. These TVs generated reports from users of picture quality and functionality issues (see the review of P652ui-B2 here for more info). However, Vizio did work to correct many of the issues via firmware updates.
Over the past few years, Vizio has really stepped up the quality of their televisions in design (appearance), features and performance, all delivered to you – the consumer – at very affordable pricing, which has established the “Vizio” brand name as one of the “best bang for your buck” options currently available.
The E-Series is Vizio’s entry-level line of HDTVs and offers about the best bang for your buck in a 1080p display currently available. The level of performance vs. its budget-friendly pricing makes it a great value for anyone looking for a quality 1080p high definition TV.
Vizio’s new M-Series has made the transition from last year’s 1080p models to 4K UHD TVs for 2015, and initial reports on performance from consumers have been, overall, very positive with the exception of a few performance/technical issues. This is good news considering how Vizio’s P-Series 4K TVs got off to a very shaky start last year.
The arrival of Vizio’s P Series 4K HDTV’s has been highly anticipated ever since their introduction at CES 2014 earlier this year.
Now, the wait is over and the P Series is readily available at many retail stores. Before the release of the P Series, 4K TVs were priced a bit too high for many potential buyers. Now, with prices starting at $999.00 for a name brand 50″ display, many consumers can afford to jump on the 4K bandwagon.