VIZIO Adds 3D to HDTV Line Up

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VIZIO just announced that its XVT3SV series is adding 3D technology. VIZIO's 3D launch will feature three full HD 3D XVT series televisions with VIZIO Internet Apps available in 42", 47", and 55" screen sizes. The units are now available online at,,, and will hit retail shelves with wider availability in December.

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The XVT3SV series recently won the CNET Editor's Choice, Home Theater Magazine Top Pick, ThePerfectVision's Highly Recommended Components, HDTVSolutions #1 Rated 55" and 32" TVs, PC World's Best Buy 40- to 42-inch HDTV, TopTenReviews Gold Award as the #1 LCD HDTV and was recognized by as one of the five gadgets that broke new ground in 2010.


VIZIO's latest XVT series of HDTVs adds technologies such as high speed HDMI inputs, SRS TruSurround HD, and 480Hz SPS. With VIZIO 3D, Smart Dimming, VIZIO Internet Apps with built-in Dual Band 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth remote with sliding QWERTY keypad, these TVs are entertainment hubs for both 3D and 2D broadcasts, discs, online streams, games and more. The 55" and 47" HDTVs offer full array TruLED backlighting with Smart Dimming. These 3D HDTVs work with VIZIO 3D active shutter glasses (sold separately) and also feature VIZIO's 480Hz SPS high frame rate technology with Smooth Motion.

VIZIO's 42" XVT 3D HDTV produces 3D images with VIZIO's Razor LED backlighting with Smart Dimming.

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