Vizio V series Smart TV

Everything around us have been going through a bunch of changes. Not necessarily good ones for all, but not bad ones either. With the changing times, we ought to upgrade ourselves in order to keep up with the pace of everything. We currently live in a internet driven, technologically dependent era and it only makes sense to be a part of it in some way or the other if at all we want to be up to date with everything that is happening around us. Keeping the never-ending change, we have a lot of companies bringing in new technologies to help people with it. And with these new launches, there is always a never-ending demand for things. Especially “smart things” now and if you happen to look around you, we are already surrounded by them, but this is nowhere near to the end of it. Starting from smart curtains to smart remotes, smart TV and even smart cars, the list is a long one and going to be a longer one in the near future. While many of us might have two ways of looking at it, I think it is a good thing that we are upgrading, and we have got smarter technologies to help us with it.

Taking advantage of this dependency and need, many companies have launched a bunch of smart things and one of those things are Smart TVs. Honestly, I like smart TVs. There is nothing to not like about those. They just make our viewing experience all the more enjoyable and comfortable. One of the TVs that I specifically want to mention here is the Vizio V series smart TVs. The reason why I am singling this one out, is because it has left me impressed in every aspect that’s possible.

It is nothing short of a treat. I am a gamer not an ardent one although I like to enjoy a few gaming sessions every now and then so that is my priority when it comes down to spending money on a gadget be it a smartphone or a TV for that matter. And the Vizio V series TV monitors are the best for gaming. These TVs have a lot up its sleeve and a bunch of things to offer to its users. It comes with a With a full array UHD display of 3840 x 2160p, a refresh rate of 120Hz, and support for a variety of HDR technologies (Dolby Vision, HDR10, & HLG), this TV brings a lot to the table for less than $500.

The one that I am talking about is the 50” 4K UHD Smart TV with local dimming, a MediaTek octa-core processor along with a Dolby Vision HDR capabilities and as mentioned above, this is all available for a price that’s less than $500. These specs, combined with a display resolution of 3840 x 2160, mean you won’t experience lag while gaming, and the monitor itself will have deep blacks with a high level of contrast, thanks in part to local dimming. This Vizio TV has two 10W speakers built-in for an adequate stock listening experience.

The added benefits of HDR technology on a screen size of 50″ mean you’ll continue to get a great picture no matter where you’re looking at the TV from. In terms of ports and accessibility, it includes 3 HDMI inputs, a USB 2.0 port, a cable antenna port (which works with the internal tuner), a composite input, and an ethernet port (if three HDMI inputs aren’t enough, consider the Samsung Q80R TV, which has 4 HDMI inputs). For outputs, it has both analog & digital audio-out ports. For what comes along with the tv, there are added accessories like a 6-ft. HDMI cord, two velcro cable ties, & a microfiber cleaning cloth, and Vizio also offers a one-year manufacturer’s warranty too!

A 4K display with a variety of HDR options along with a streaming support and everything for a price lesser than $500. It’s all worth it.

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