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Vizio’s 2015 Line Ultra HD M-Series 4K TVs Start At $600

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It seems like Vizio’s plan to put their 4K TV in every home isn’t over yet. Vizio has already offered a bunch of affordable 4K TVs when compared to the absurd prices of most 4K TVs in the market. The company is now rolling out its 2015 line of Ultra HD M-Series screens. Vizio’s M-Series 4K TVs come with LED backlighting, 802.11ac WiFi and a six-core processor starting at $600 for a 43-inch model. If you like your screen bigger, you can go for the 80-inch set at $4,000, which still cost less than many 4K panels from other companies. You can see the full pricing list for the HD M-Series TV and the video below.

M-Series Full-Array LED Ultra HD Smart TV Collection Pricing

  • M-Series 43″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $599.99
  • M-Series 49″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $769.99
  • M-Series 50″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $799.99
  • M-Series 55″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $999.99
  • M-Series 60″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $1499.99
  • M-Series 65″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $1699.99
  • M-Series 70″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $2199.99
  • M-Series 75″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $2999.99
  • M-Series 80″ Ultra HD Full Array LED Smart TV $3999.99

Vizio also revealed details of its Reference Series set as seen below, these come with Dolby Vision-certified panels with wide color ranges, 384-zone LED backlighting and a bright 800-nit output. The luxury doesn’t end there, you’ll get a 5.1-channel sound bar if you buy the “entry” 65-inch model. The Reference Series also come in a 120-inch version if you want things bigger and better. We don’t have a release, pricing or availability date for the Reference Series yet, so better save up if you want one of these.

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