CES always sees a whole slew of new Vizio goodies. A couple of which are the 7″ and 4.7″ portable smart speakers that prevent music interruption from incoming alerts, and the gorgeous P-Series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV collection.
The VIZIO 7″ and 4.7″ portable smart speakers feature resounding quality audio with booming integrated bass modules for a spectacular low frequency fidelity. They feature an touchscreen Android platform that can stream directly from the cloud or local storage. This standalone approach contrasts with Bluetooth enabled speakers that rely solely on devices and therefore experience interruption from outside alerts or phone calls, although Bluetooth playback is a feature available as well. Apps can be downloaded to the Android platform whenever it is connected to Wifi and then be used when out of wireless range. There is plent of storage on the speaker itself and it can be expanded via a USB port to additional storage.
The P Series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV collection is bursting with features. There are 50″, 60″, 65″, and 70″ screen size options, all of which showcase backlighting that consist of 64 Active LED zones with local dimming tech, and Advance Color Management and Active Pixel Tuning that let viewers have precise color operation. Clear Action Rate 960 utilizes high-speed effective refresh rates combined with precise synchronization of backlight scanning in order to enhance motion clarity and ultimately deliver, as good as if you were there, fast and clear scenes. This should come in handy for the Super Bowl.
Further Smart TV features include HEVC Codec for HD streaming through its V6 six core processor, made of quad-core GPU plus dual-core CPU, and 802.11ac dual band MIMO wireless. Vizio has an entire platform dedicated to their Internet Apps Plus, that provide consumers with endless choice of high quality streaming and the ability to push content from the TV to mobile devices and encourage second screen interactivity. These options are compatible with Android and iOS. And in case it is too much trouble to lift your tablet to point at the TV, don’t worry, you won’t have to with Wi-Fi Direct Universal Smart Remote. It figures it out for you. See Vizio for more details.