Vizio announced new 21:9 Cinemawide TVs and Google TV boxes at CES 2012, but the US-based company also introduced 9 new TVs in the E, R and M ranges, with features such as LED, Theater 3D, internet Apps and much more.
Vizioâ€™s 2012 TV line-up
The new E series line-up includes inexpensive models from 32 to 47 inches with Theater 3D (passive 3D with polarized 3D glasses) and Vizioâ€™s Internet Apps platform.
Vizio M series TVs
The M series line-up includes 47, 55 and 65 inch TVs – the largest with Google TV built in (called V.I.A. Plus). The two 47 and 55 inch M series models include Vizioâ€™s Internet Apps (V.I.A) platform with access to Hulu Plus, Netflix, Pandora, Vudu, as well as access to Yahoo!â€™s Connected TV platform with 180 apps. All three variants offer Theater 3D and Vizioâ€™s Razor LED system that is basically an edge LED implementation with limited local dimming at the sides.
Vizio R series TVs
The R series models include 47, 55 and 65 inch TVs. The two smaller variants utilize Vizioâ€™s TruLED system that is a direct LED system with full local dimming. The 65-inch model uses Razor LED. All three models also offer the Theater 3D system with 4 glasses included in the box.
Shipping date and pricing details have not been disclosed yet.
See Vizioâ€™s own spec sheet below (it seems that Vizio has left out a few details).