Vizio Announces 2012 Holiday Lineup of HDTVs and Soundbars

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Vizio Announces 2012 Holiday Lineup of HDTVs and Soundbars


Vizio-2012-Holiday-HDTVs-and-Soundbars-small.jpgJust in time for the holiday season, VIZIO just announced its new TV and audio line-up featuring an all LED-lit E-Series line and four newly designed sound bars. Along with the recently released E-Series 60" class Razor LED Smart TV (E601i), the line-up also includes the flagship E-Series 70" class Razor LED Smart TV (E701i) and new 2.0 and 2.1 E-Series and M-Series sound bars.

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VIZIO's new, sleek E-Series HDTV holiday line-up features large screen size classes of 70", 60" (E601i), 50" (E500i), and 42" (E420i) LED Smart TVs, perfect for a living room or master bedroom upgrade, and smaller screen size classes of 39" (E390), 32" (E320), 29" (E291) and 24" (E241) LED units, ideal for the kitchen, den or office. A high-definition 1080p LED picture reveals richer, more vivid colors, while advanced local dimming technology delivers deeper blacks and brighter whites. Select E-Series models also feature an ultra-thin profile, less than two inches, and utilize Razor LED backlighting technology.

VIZIO's 70", 60", 50", 42" and 32" Smart TVs feature VIZIO Internet Apps with built-in WiFi for entertainment options and instant access to Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU , Hulu Plus, YouTube, Pandora, Facebook, Twitter and others, all with the push of a button on the smart remote.

The new E-Series and M-Series Sound Bars amplify the TV-watching experience by offering advanced audio quality in a compact design to fit any space. The latest SRS technologies featured in the 2.0 and 2.1 models limit unwanted volume fluctuations and allow for a more immersive surround sound experience.

The new line-up of sound bars pumps out 95 - 101dB of sound with reportedly less than 1% total harmonic distortion. The E-Series (SB4021E) and M-Series (SB4021M) 2.1 Home Theater Sound Bars feature wireless subwoofers. All sound bars connect easily to most HDTVs with just one cable.

All E-Series LED TV units as well as the 2.0 and 2.1 E-Series and M-Series Sound Bars will be available both in-store and online through key retailers such as Walmart, Costco, Sam's Club, Target, Amazon and VIZIO.com.

VIZIO E-Series Sound Bars
?2.0 Sound Bar (SB4020E) - $99.99�
?2.1 Sound Bar (SB4021E) - $199.99

VIZIO M-Series Sound Bars ?
2.0 Sound Bar (SB4020M) - $119.99 ?2.1�
Sound Bar (SB4021M) - $229.99

VIZIO E-Series LED Smart TVs ?
70" Razor LED Smart TV (E701i) - $1,999.99 ?
60" Razor LED Smart TV (E601i) - $999.99 ?
50" LED Smart TV (E500i) - $699.99?
42" LED Smart TV (E420i) - $499.99?
32" LED Smart TV (E320i) - $299.99

VIZIO E-Series LED TVs
?32" LED TV [E320] - $269.99?29"�
Razor LED TV (E291) - $269.99?24"�
Razor LED TV (E241) - $199.99
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