Vizio brings 4K to the masses with launch of sub-$1,000 P-Series TV

By Shawn Knight
Sep 23, 2014
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  1. Vizio has taken the cutthroat pricing model that made them a household name in the US and applied it to their new P-Series 4K LED Smart TV line that we first saw back at CES. Pricing starts at just $999.99...

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  2. davislane1

    davislane1 TS Evangelist Posts: 3,541   +2,337

    Talk about a misleading title.
  3. Littleczr

    Littleczr TS Addict Posts: 439   +84

    That is not bad at all. I have a 1080p above my PC desk, a 4k TV to replace my Samsung would not be bad at all.
  4. yRaz

    yRaz TS Evangelist Posts: 1,897   +940

    I've been waiting for a 46" 4k TV to replace my 23" 1080P Viewsonic for awhile now. I want to increase screen real estate without sacrificing DPI. Seems like that 50" is as close as I'm going to get.
  5. So.. What's the actual refresh rate?
  6. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,210   +424

    Yeah - I'm interested in specs as well. This would be a good TV to replace my bedroom TV with.
  7. ben5j

    ben5j TS Rookie

    Most 4K TVs advertise 120hz but thats only at 1080p. The real refresh rate at 2160 is 30hz. This TV has 240hz at 1080P. so would that make the 2160 60hz.
  8. erickmendes

    erickmendes TS Enthusiast Posts: 38

    240Hz, it's in the text body...
  9. Scrub206

    Scrub206 TS Rookie

    I'm curious about input lag.

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