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Vizio CinemaWide TVs
Vizio announces Cinemawide TVs up to 71"

11 Jan 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

Vizio has announced new TVs for 2012 and has a range of ultrawide 21:9 formats TVs, under the name CinemaWide, lined up for the US market.

Vizio 3D Cinemawide

Vizio’s new 21:9 format CinemaWide HDTVs come in 50, 58 and 71 inches - designed specifically for movie lovers. All three models come with Theatre 3D (passive 3D).

Vizio’s CInemaWide TV
Vizio’s CInemaWide TV


The 50 and 58 inch models include a Edge LED system that goes by the name Razor LED. The largest 71-inch model has a direct LED system with local dimming technology.

Vizio has also implemented their V.I.A. platform that allow users to split the screen into two, showing apps on one half and TV shows on the other. The Smart TV features also include access to services such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Vudu, Facebook and much more.

Check out the specs below and the promotional video at the end.





Prices and release dates remain unannounced.



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