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Vizio's 2016 M series with Google Cast is now shipping

27 May 2016 | Rasmus Larsen |

Vizio’s new M series TVs that are powered by Google Cast and feature support for Dolby Vision are now shipping, says the company. The 2016 M series is starting at $850 for a 50” model. It will be available in sizes up to 80”.

Vizio M series TVs

Vizio started selling its first Google Cast powered TVs in late March with the debut of the P series. The company is now adding more choice to the line-up with the more affordable M series that was unveiled in late April.

The 2016 M series TVs employ full-array local dimming (64 zones, 32 zones in 50”) to enable Dolby Vision HDR, says Vizio. The local dimming system is less advanced than in the more expensive P series that offers 126-128 zones but FALD systems like this are not typically found in mid-range TVs so many buyers have been eagerly awaiting Vizio’s new line-up. However, be aware that the M series does not offer wide color gamut like the more expensive P series.

Vizio M series


Netflix and Vudu both offer Dolby Vision content.

There are no TV tuners built into Vizio’s M series displays. Instead you push content from a tablet (included in the box) or smartphone via the Google Cast protocol. You can of course also connect media player or set-top-boxes via HDMI.

The 50” M series is shipping now. The 55, 60, and 65” models will start shipping any day, says Vizio. The 70 and 80” models will arrive a little later. The TVs are currently available only from vizio.com but will be rolled out to other retailers soon.


Vizio M series prices

50” M50-D1 - $849.99
55” M55-D0 - $999.99
60” M60-D1 - $1,249.99
65” M65-D0 - $1,499.99
70” M70-D3 - $1,999.99
80” M80-D3 - $3,999.99

- Source: Vizio



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